Monday Market Kuchi Bracelet

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Kuchi bracelet, handmade by an ancient tribe in Afghanistan.

The Kuchi people are Pakhtuns, which is the dominant tribe in
Afghanistan. While they are largely settled now, historically they
were a nomadic tribe that traveled the ancient trade routes between 
Afghanistan and Pakistan. They were the wanderers, the explorers,
a romantic tribe of nomads who revered the vibrant and intricate 
art their jewelry displayed. This craft of jewels is a celebration of 
life, of beauty, of style, of electric, colorful boldness! 

The Kuchi often add coins, bells, and colorful cut glass to their 
adornments—bringing a richer life and experience to the jewelry. 
Many believe that these jewels not only amplify ones radiance and
beauty, but that they also ward off evil spirits.

Kuchi jewelry has a great and rich cultural history—with the 
designs having remained mainly unchanged over the last 
3000 years. 

Whites, Reds, greens and turquoise pieces are commonly a colored Howlite. 
Howlite is said to be a calming stone and is ideal to wear when 
encountering stressful energy.

Made from Alpaca Silver.

Monday Market Kuchi Bracelet
Monday Market Kuchi Bracelet
Monday Market Kuchi Bracelet
Monday Market Kuchi Bracelet
Monday Market Kuchi Bracelet
Monday Market Kuchi Bracelet