Swazi Sisal Bangle Bracelet
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Add a splash of color to any outfit with our handwoven sisal bangles made by the women of Tintsaba in Swaziland. These bright bangles are perfect alone or layered in multiples. Each bangle is hand crafted of fibers from the Sisal Agave plant that grows wild in Swaziland. Tintsaba uses only environmentally safe dyes to color their sisal and sets their dye with natural vinegar.
- 2.5" diameter (6.4 cm)
- Handmade in and fairly traded from Swaziland
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July 27, 2015 - Very fun. Bright and colorful. I agree that they are best when stacked. I got two of the green and a fuchsia. They're great!
May 8, 2014 - Love these. You definitely need to buy more than one - they are like a bangle, a bit stiff and are loose on your wrist. I've gotten almost all colors - great to layer! :)
April 2, 2014 - These look really nice combined in different colors, however they are too stiff and one of mine broke the first time I wore it. Not very sturdy.
February 5, 2014 - I bought fuchsia, green, & mulberry. Well made; larger than most bangle bracelets. A little bit scratchy, but they are very pretty together.
July 3, 2013 - These are really pretty. Simple but pretty in their simplicity. I bought red, lilac and purple and they look gorgeous together. You really do need several. Just one would look pretty sparce and lonely.