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Modern Murano Bead Bangles
Item #48352
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Smithsonian Institution Exclusive

SPECIAL OFFER: PURCHASE TWO OR MORE BANGLES FOR $20 EACH

A trio of modern Murano glass beads—in colors complementary to the rubber-coated steel bangles they adorn—add modern elegance to these open-style Modern Murano Bead Bangles. The beads are mouth-blown on the Venetian island of Murano. Each bead may vary in size, shape and color.

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Red
Orange
Blue
Green
Light Blue

Reminiscent of Murano bead and mixed-media jewelry in our costume collections.
One size fits most.

Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
By Seniors
San Antonio, TX
June 17, 2017
5.05
"We bought the red and blue bracelets for a high school graduate friend who will be going to Texas Southern Methodist University. SMU's school colors are red and blue. That is why we chose those colors. We had them sent to us rather than to her directly so we could see the quality. We thought they were lovely and our young friend said she loved them."
By KT
Austin, Texas
May 20, 2017
5.05
"Fun bracelets with bright colors for summer. Very light and quite cute."
By Micki
S.C.
May 17, 2017
5.05
"I was hesitant about buying this product because of my wrist size. My wrist measures size 6. It's very difficult to find a bracelet that fits correctly. This one does. I put it on, adjusted it, and off I went. I've received many compliments because of it's unusual design. I got the blue. Beautiful color. Thank you from a very satisfied customer."
By WPGSAH
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada..
May 17, 2017
5.05
"The giftee was more than pleased"
By Halliecat
Bentonville, AR
April 25, 2017
5.05
"Gave three of these to my 80 year old sister. She has always been a fashionable dresser and much younger than her years. Knowing my sister as I do, I can say she honestly loved these. Best gift ever!! She wears them all the time both separately and all together. Buying a couple for myself. Don't hesitate. The pictures don't really do them justice."