Pull on this Lapis and Porcelain Stretch Bracelet that is evocative of porcelains found in the Peacock Room in the National Museum of Asian Art. The hand painted blue and white porcelain bead is believed to represent longevity and happiness, and it sits alongside genuine lapis and 24 karat gold plated beads.
This jewelry item comes packaged in a white box (pictured).
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.
- Genuine lapis beads, 24 karat gold plated beads, porcelain beads
- 8"dia. x 0.375"w.
- One size fits most
- Bead size and design may vary slightly
- Do not get wet. Keep away from lotions, perfumes, oils, or jewelry cleaners
- Wipe with a dry, clean cloth
- Made in the USA