Thought to have originated from 13th century Arab weavers, these macramé bracelets are a fresh spin on Pandora’s popular charm bracelets.
Coloured string fabric are intricately interwoven using the macramé technique and comes tied in a knot with either 14ct gold or sterling silver ends as well as fasteners.
With a special indent at their centre, the bracelets can be creatively styled with new season fixed clips as well as clips from Pandora’s ‘Moments’ collection.
The bracelets come in eight vibrant flower-inspired colours that are burgundy, coral, nude, lavender, black, khaki, pink and steel grey. Each bracelet takes three hours to make.
Pandora's new macrame bracelets
Shaped and hand-finished in Thailand, the macramé bracelets are available to retailers now.
Founded in 1982 and headquartered in Denmark, Pandora jewellery is sold in more than 55 countries. It is best known for its charms and bracelets.
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Posted June 30, 2011