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intricate bracelet design with fine intertwining lines

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The idea for the Cirrus Bangle design came about from the Shimenawa

which refers to the sacred rope of rice straw in Shinto temples.

A rope is a tool in our everyday lives since a long time ago dating back to ancient Egyptian times.

In Japan as well as China, the rope is seen as a sacred symbol that protects mankind.

The idea of binding and tying multiple thin ropes together to form a thick rope with such strength,

simple as it may seem, somehow possesses such prominance in concept.

The Shimenawa is composed of 2 layers of spiralling ropes intertwined

and this brings to mind the double helix composition of our DNA!

We cannot help but contemplate on the relationships between what mankind has created and invented, and what mankind is made of.

The design of this Cirrus Bangle is like the binding of 'air',

a double helix structure that forms the singular rope.

The translucence of this intriguing structure brings to mind the cirrus clouds in the sky, hence the name, Cirrus.

We hope you will enjoy this very outstanding yet 'light' design whether for formal or casual occasions.

If you prefer your item to be in a specific color, please place your order for the white item

and leave a comment at checkout to let us know your preferred color.

More Information
sales modenew works for pre-order
type of accessoriesbracelets
materialnylon plastic
dimensionsW 6.0 x T 2.0 cm Bracelet inner diameter: 5.5 cm Gap: 2.5 cm
quantity per setsingle piece

This item is a Pre-Order Sale item. Purchase made within the Pre-Order Sale period will be entitled to an additional 500 reward points.
Kindly note that the scheduled ship date for the item will be after the Launch date of May 1st. Please click here for details regarding our Pre-Order Sale.

To order this item in other colors, place your order for the white item and leave us a comment at checkout to let us know your preferred color.
You may also specify your preferred colors in html color codes. See color samples page here