A Traditional Tibetan Woman’s Bracelet. These Large Bangles Are Worn Usually Two Or Three At A Time On One Arm. While They Look Large To Us, Tiny Tibetan Women Lock Them Into Place By Wearing A Smaller Sized Bangle In The Very Front. The Pieces With The Interior Made Of Sheet Amber Are The Older Pieces And Are Seventy Five To Eighty Five Years Old. The Newer Tibetan Bangles, While Appearing Similar, Are Made Around A Wooden Base.
– This is one of the older pieces decorated with two elaborate peacocks and leaves
– Into the silver work is set four very luminous large freshwater pearls and two large pieces of coral
– Interior diameter is 2 5/8″
– Exterior diameter of the bracelet protrudes out to 4 1/4″
– Width of the bracelet is 1 1/8″
– Tribal Jewelry