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Collection: BRACELETS AND BANGLES

Bracelets have a history dating back to ancient times. For thousands of years, people used them, made of bone, shells and stones. Not only were they accessories, but they also had protective powers and revealed a lot about the wearer.

Throughout history, bracelets have been made from a variety of materials, including gold, silver, bronze, leather, wood, and precious stones such as diamonds, rubies, emeralds, and sapphires. These materials were often selected for their beauty and symbolic value.

From the splendors of ancient Egypt, where gold and lapis lazuli bracelets were symbols of divine protection, to the grandeur of ancient Rome, where gold and silver bracelets denoted status and wealth, bracelets have been prized adornments throughout the ages. the history. The Greeks also prized these jewels and wore them elegantly as part of their distinctive clothing. In the Middle Ages, bracelets were worn by both men and women.

During the 19th century, jewelry, especially Victorian bracelets, played a crucial role in fashion and culture. These bracelets were characterized by their romantic and symbolic motifs, such as hearts and snakes. The influence of Queen Victoria popularized jewelry with precious stones and diamonds. In the early 20th century, the modernist era introduced a change in aesthetics, with bracelets notable for their simplicity and geometry. In the Modernist era, clean lines and abstract designs were the norm.

In the 1920s and 1930s, the extravagance and elegance of Art Deco defined jewelry, with geometric bracelets and Egyptian and Oriental influences.

Years later, during the 60s, in the hippie movement, bracelets became symbols of peace, love and counterculture. Friendship bracelets, handmade with colorful threads, became popular during this period.

Discover the perfect bracelet for you and turn it into an antique or vintage piece of jewelry that tells your own story.

Pulseras y brazaletes de diferentes épocas como la victoriana, la art déco, modernista o retro vintage boho