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July 07, 2011


Nancy Beard

Hi Tina, I think this is even more
similar to your bracelet:

Also thank you for letting me know this ethnic jewelry shop!

Cheers, Nancy


Just came across your bracelet when I was seeing if I could find another one like mine. I got mine around 12 years ago from a sidewalk vendor in Oakland California. When I first saw it I immediately fell in love with it. But being a bit of a spendthrift I stopped myself. I was on my way to see the movie Frida with a friend when I saw the bracelet and I told myself that if it was there when the movie was over I would get it. Luckily it was. Interesting part is that the vendor told me that the bracelet was made in Rajasthan but I barely believed her and really didn't care. I loved it and wanted it. As it happens a good while later I watched an Indian movie and saw the main actor wearing the very same one. I watched the credits to the end and there it was.... filmed in Rajasthan India. Well I'll be damn :)

Well I know you have enjoyed your as much as I have mine. I would love to get another to have a matching set someday but I haven't bumped into one for sale yet.

ky girl

I have one of each - exactly like yours (but mine has Rajasthan woven tassels added to close it) and also the larger one you posted that was similar. I bought mine in Rajasthan about 10 years ago and get loads of compliments when I wear them.

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