Chrysanthemum Bangle Bracelet

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Blooming chrysanthemums, known as kiku in Japan where they're an emblem of the imperial family and a symbol of autumn, adorn these gleaming hand-enameled bracelets. The motifs are adapted from Japanese artworks in the National Museum of Asian Art. Goldtone brass with easy-open hinged clasp.

This jewelry item comes packaged in a white box (pictured).

Museum Story

The Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, the Smithsonian's National Museum of Asian Art, opened to the public in 1923, a gift to the nation from Charles Lang Freer. The Gallery contains an extensive collection of oriental art, prints, sculpture and silk panels, as well as a major group of 19th and 20th century American works.


  • Enameled brass
  • Available in Dark Blue, Light Blue, and Teal
  • 3" from hinge to clasp x 0.75"W
  • 7" circumference; 3.5"dia.
  • Avoid contact with perfume, hair spray, and water
  • Store sterling silver in a cool, dry place
  • Made in Thailand