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Lapis lazuli wrap bracelet, 'Garden'

Item # 46633
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Nestled on a beaded trellis, three sparkling blossoms exude an air of elegance. Busarin creates the ethereal images from lapis lazuli, threading the gems by hand on stainless steel strands. The bracelet is wrapped about the wrist for a custom fit. Made in Thailand.
  • 7.1" L (end to end) x 3.2" W
  • Weight: 1.02 oz
  • Stainless steel, lapis lazuli and glass
  • Offered in partnership with NOVICA, in association with National Geographic.

Ships directly from our partner office in Thailand. Please allow 10 to 18 days for delivery. This item is not available for express shipping and cannot be delivered to PO Boxes or APO/FPO.

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Artisan: Busarin

Artisan Busarin

"After I graduated from the university, I did some disc jockeying but felt that this job did not reflect who I was and what I wanted. Indeed I wanted to be independent and earn a living from something I love.

"The idea of making jewelry came not only because I love jewelry but also because it goes along so well with women. I initially bought and resold items, but gradually started making them myself. I chose easy patterns and low prices but customers came to me with different needs, asking for better items regardless of the price. Therefore, I started using higher quality materials and updated the patterns accordingly.

"My jewelry is skillfully handmade with delicate patterns. I always pay attention to new or different things that could inspire me.

"Although I could draw my inspiration from pop culture, mostly I prefer to help get society more in touch with the natural environment. Most of my patterns display butterflies, dragonflies, flowers and other images that put people and nature back together."

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