Bridgett Rapt In Maille Stainless Steel Chainmail Bracelet

Bridgett Rapt In Maille Stainless Steel Chainmail Bracelet is perfect for work or play.

Adjustable length will fit small, medium and large wrists. 
Measures 7" to 8" long, by 5/8" wide.

See matching necklaces: Cypress Medium Woven Necklace & Raphaella Small Woven Necklace

Composed of durable stainless steel; this metal does not require polishing unless it is soiled.  People with metal allergies are rarely adversely affected by stainless steel. 

Gorgeous photos by Audrey Tarris Photography

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Musings: Quantum mechanics and its correlation with reality are particularly interesting to me. A friend once counted the candles at one of my parties and found over 100. My last birthday party was themed 'An Arabian Night'.  I made a Moroccan Tagine with glazed Turkish apricots and naked almonds, using the Moroccan spices I'd recently begun carrying in my exotic little shop in the country. Belly dancing, sheiks and divine harem goddesses paraded through my shanty, with guitars tuned to Middle Eastern chordings. I have difficulty driving slowly, but will from time to time...taking in a ripple or moment of magic here on the coast. I loved my trip to Argentina...where I danced the Tango, talked philosophy, and took in great artworks (both new and old), and went horseback riding in the pre-Andes, where we waded through fields of Peruvian Lily, and ate wild cherries without dismounting our horses.  Later on the ride, as I was cantering along solo, my pretty mare decided to gallop, and silly her, ran directly into a moving car! We all survived. When I dismounted, I vowed to learn to ride a horse...which I did upon my return to the U.S..  While in Argentina, I learned the tradition of Yerba Matte, and what it means to these fine people. Shall I continue? One more...CAVES!  I was in Oaxaca, Mexico and trekked out to a remote village because I'd always wanted to see stalactites, stalagmites and bats. I adore bats, but had never seen them living in a cave. They're amazing are the stalactites. I ventured into a canyon where ravens followed me for hours, calling to me with human voices. Were they shape-shifters?  Me thinks so. The echos in that canyon were like beings from The Underworld... whipping around me, challenging me to go further. I LOVE canyons...and the Oaxacan Mezcal for that matter. Next on my agenda is to go horse camping in a canyon in the southwest.  Hmmm, I think I'll wear my Bridgett for this adventure!

A ribbon weaves, like a story, like a Sumi Painting, like a creek, through Melissa Banks' individually made chain-maille links.  Tassel swishes at the close...or open, depending on how you consider it.

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