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Vintage Handmade Afghan Kuchi Cuffs
Vintage Handmade Afghan Kuchi Cuffs
Vintage Handmade Afghan Kuchi Cuffs
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Vintage Handmade Afghan Kuchi Cuffs

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* This heavily embellished ornament is a vintage handcuff, crafted by the local artisans of South Asia. The exclusive design is inspired by the tribal style of jewellery. The vibrant multicolor stones embedded along with the fine and delicate engraved motifs is flaunting all the traditional and classical vibes. The timeless ornament is a tantalizing handmade bracelet is made with fine quality metal and easily adjustable with smooth inner side.


* The exceptionally fine cut work and carved archaic patterns have covered the whole surface of the ornament. The accent green and pink glass stones embedded within the bracelet has enhanced the design with their striking addition. The Cuff bracelet contains a pin-clasp and hinge that opens and closes the bracelet for a secure fit. You par this dynamic ethnic article with any traditional attire, as well as trendy outfit.


* You can pick this astonishing handmade vintage bracelet with any customary or modish outfit and it will get along your look, leaving you stun the whole statement effortlessly.



These classic and stunning handmade vintage tribal jewelry pieces are reproduced in the 19th- century ornament style. The classic ornaments have been made with metal, silver, glass stones, and beads. The Himalayan artisans craft them with fine details and style they have learnt from their ancestors. The origin of the jewelry is hits back to South and Central Asian region where tribalism expanded, and these tribes crafted unique pieces to get distinguished from their fellow sub tribes. Their women, kids, and men used to war them as it was their way of showing off their social status.