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These bracelets are constructed using a four-string braiding technique, which yields a square strand.
Two such strands are sewn together with a center string featuring a white or black bone, with etching and small black and silver-colored accent beads on each side.
A silver-color lobster-claw clasp completes the bracelet. (See Picture) The Lobster Claw Clasp is the safest clasp to own. It's the most durable of all the clasps. It's heavy and It's solid, so it won't come open. You won't have to worry about it coming loose, breaking or falling off!
They are all handmade and no two are exactly alike.
Length is 7 1/2" to 8".
American made in Texas.
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Etched Bone or Scrimshaw is scrollwork, engravings, and carvings done in bone. Scrimshaw is a fairly simple process. It can be done with a variety of sharp, pointed tools and colors and almost any smooth, relatively hard material can be used.
Horsehair is the long, coarse hair growing on the manes and tails of horses. Horsehair can be very stiff or very fine and flexible. Mane hair is generally softer and shorter than tail hair. The texture of horsehair can be influenced by the breed and management of the horse, including natural conditions such as diet or climate.
Most horse hair braiders use a square or box braiding technique to create the strands. The strands are about 1/8" square and then can be sewn together side-by-side to make a wide surface for any project. For example, a seven-strand hat band will be 7/8"wide.
Why a Lobster Claw Clasp? It is the safest, most secure, durable necklace or bracelet clasp on the planet. Lobster clasps are named as such because of their "pinching" mechanism, and they are often shaped like a lobster's claw. They have a tiny spring in its mechanism that keeps the arm closed until you push on the lever. It is easily opened or closed by holding the small lever, usually with a fingernail long enough to apply (which is great, because you can put your own jewelry with no Problem). They are smooth to the touch and they won't snag or catch your clothing or sweaters.
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