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ccj BI-COLOR COPPER Bracelet Cuff Style M08

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New BI-COLOR COPPER Bracelet Cuff Style This is an elegant looking Copper bracelet with brass accents. The bracelet is 5/8 inch wide and 7 inches from end to end and is adjustable. When I saw this bracelet all I could say was WOW. This bracelet was handmade in India. It can be worn by men or women. Please visit our Bonanzle booth for more great jewelry bargains. Thank you for looking!! COPPER FOLKLORE: Beginning in the 1970s, in the United States, Copper use as a healing agent began to see an increase. People who believe in its power believe it is a very powerful assistant in coping with arthritic and rheumatic diseases, but also look to it for its healing properties in improving blood circulation, increasing energy, detoxification, reducing inflammation, stabilizing metabolism and improving oxygen use.....According to New Age healers, copper can stimulate the flow of energy and hence helping the wearer overcome lethargic tendencies, resulting in a more vitalized person with amplified thoughts. They also attribute powers of communication, channeling, cleansing, purification, increasing self-esteem and freeing the wearer of mental burdens. COPPER HISTORY: Egyptians were among the first human cultures to use copper and they were also one of the first to develop bronze, a mixture of tin and copper, and usher in the Bronze Age of human history. As early as 3900 BC, they were developing copper products that eventually showed up as common household items such as cooking pots. By 2500 BC, Egyptian jewelry makers had developed Copper working to such a level that they were creating crowns and headdresses made of the metal. Please visit my BOOTH DETAILS page for information on payments accepted, shipping options, insurance, delivery timeframes and returns.

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Bracelets

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2 in stock

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New with tags

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More than a week ago

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3385050

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