Old Yemeni prayer bead bracelet with black coral and sterling

$68.00 USD

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Old Yemeni prayer beads of black coral and inlaid silver are the main feature of this bracelet. The silver shows a some wear, a sign of many prayers having been said. Smaller black African horn beads and round frosted onyx beads lead to Bali silver and a sterling toggle clasp. The African horn is also from my older stash of beads. They have a wonderful smooth luminosity and are a pleasure to work with ... and to wear.

I recently checked online to find out more about the Yemeni prayer beads and discovered that today this type and quality is quite rare -- and expensive! My price for this bracelet is more commensurate with what I paid for the beads years ago, not the fortune asked for them today on eBay!.

Part of my World Peace Collection ... beads from the world's cultures and religions coming together in harmony. More on my blog: www.bit.ly/arXwxo

MADE TO ORDER: This bracelet is available in a limited edition. From one bead to the next, the prayer beads may differ slightly. I only use beads that maintain the overall size, color, design and proportions of the bracelet.

SIZE: On the wrist, this bracelet measures 6 1/2 to 7 3/4 inches depending on which loop you put the toggle in. It will fit a wrist from 5 3/4 to 7 1/2 inches. If you need a different size, please let me know the exact size of your wrist at it's smallest in the note box provided at check-out.

Your jewelry will be sent in a gift box, surrounded with padding, within the shipping box.

US SHIPPING: I use USPS Priority Mail with tracking. I've found that very reliable. If you want additional insurance, please let me know before you check out.

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Old Yemeni prayer bead bracelet with black coral and sterling Old Yemeni prayer bead bracelet with black coral and sterling

Ann Brooks ... contemporary and ethnic jewelry classics

Contemporary and ethnic jewelry classics, featuring my World Peace Collection: Creating a vision … beads from the world's cultures and religions coming together in harmony. More information at www.annbrooks.net and my blog www.annbrooksstudio.wordpress.com