Characteristics of BanglesFor centuries, the people of South Asia have worn bangles as a symbol of elegance and beauty. In traditional weddings, the bangle stands as a representation of young love; the bride wears glass bangles and the honeymoon is said to last until the last bangle breaks. Bangles are made to last, and formed from one or two rigid pieces in two styles: full circle bangles and partial ring bangles. The full circle bangle is worn loosely on the wrist, while the partial ring bangle has an opening for clasping more tightly around the wrist. Golden Tree Jewellers offers a variety of styles, from simple yet elegant designs to more intricate multi-layered bangles.
Popular Collections of Bangles at Golden Tree JewellersThe bangles from Hearts on Fire includes the Copley collection, available in 18K rose gold and yellow gold, inlaid with diamonds. The Lorelei Chandelier Diamond Cuffâ€”an 18k white gold band adorned with a cascade of flowing diamonds, is more extravagant but no less elegant. The Tacori collection offers the discerning buyer a unique designâ€”its crescent silhouette, characterized by interlocking half-moon arcs, is as captivating as it is versatile and is sure to be a staple part of any collection.
The offerings from Marco Bicego offers buyers a more intricate bangle. The Marrakech collection is sure to make an impression no matter the venueâ€”its constellation-like design entrances and enraptures, with diamonds scattered delicately on its 18K white or yellow gold threads. For a more traditional bangle, look to the Masai collection for a sleek 18K white or yellow gold band with a single pave diamond, offset with an ornamental clasp.