Multistone Slave Bracelet
A beautiful array of 13 Stones with Sterling Silver in heavy bezels, includes Ruby, Malachite, Moonstone, Ret. Amethyst, Garnet and various Cat’s eyes.
Slave bracelets are a piece of jewelry understood to be associated with several cultures and are also worn as belly dancers jewelry.
Slave bracelets have been around for quite a long time, they first became popular among the Indian community, and first showed up in North America when they became popular with the 20’s flapper subculture.
They enjoyed a brief resurgence in popularity in the 70’s as well, when the term “hand flower” was also coined to describe them in an attempt to avoid the connotations of subservience and/or servitude conjured by their original name.
In fact, the term “slave bracelet” has nothing to do with actual slavery. The unusual piece of jewelry was so called simply because the bracelet and ring are attached to one another, and therefore the ring is a “slave” to the bracelet and vice versa.
Slave bracelet history shows the most common modern slave bracelets are made with chain maille, and are very popular at renaissance fairs and medieval re-enactments, as well as with the Gothic community.
They usually consist of various European weaves, most commonly the European 4 in 1, in a triangular pattern from the wrist and attached to a smaller chain, or sometimes multiple chains to be worn around the fingers.
Other slave bracelets popular in modern culture consist of a thick metal cuff with large adornments, attached to a large ring with a matching adornment, such as a spider, snake or dragon.
WRIST AND RING SIZE NEEDED.