Charm Bracelets – a quick history

February 2, 2009 · Filed Under Art Deco Bracelet · Comment 

Charm bracelets are hugely popular, always have been in fact.

They first started out around 400 B.C, according the Jewellery Information Centre and were worn by the Babylonians, Persians Hittites.  Back then, the charms on the bracelets were spiritual and religious in nature and although the charm bracelets that you get today are more fashion orientated, isn’t still a spiritual choice you make when you decide your charms?

If you have a charm bracelet, then your probably one of those people who never gets a bad birthday gift. I mean, you just specify what charms you want and hey presto!  And the beauty of owning a charm bracelet is that you’ll Read more

Onyx and Jet bracelet

January 24, 2009 · Filed Under Art Deco Bracelet · Comment 

I just love onyx.

I think it’s one of my favourite gemstones.
It is said that onyx can encourage positive thoughts and free you from negative ones,  it’s meant to help lift disappointment and mend any troubles in relationships.  Now who wouldn’t want to wear a bracelet that did all that?   Especially when it’s combined in this Art Deco Style Onyx and Jet Hues Stretch Bracelet which has separate frames showing off the stones.

The frames are linked together on two stretch bands so you don’t need to worry about it not fitting perfectly.

You can also buy this bracelet with different gemstones, Art Deco Style Russet Hues Stretch Bracelet, but as for me, I think I like this Onyx and Jet braclet better.

Art Deco Bracelet – diamond and solid silver

January 11, 2009 · Filed Under Art Deco Bracelet · Comment 

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Wow, now this is what I call a bracelet.

This beautiful cz diamonte and solid silver bracelet is, well, I have to say it, stunning.  Just look at that design.

Can you imagine this bracelet with a black evening dress or top?  Or how about a white evening dress.  In fact, how about any evening dress.

I love the little diamonte squares that make up the bracelet, just so elegant.  And even thought the whole thing is sparkly, the design manages to do it without too much overkill.  It’s completly understated whilst having every bit of the wow factor.
The geometric link design is a favourite of mine, Read more