Light Steel Pan Bangle with Diamante Pattern - SOLD INDIVIDUALLY
Products sold individually
Material - genuine sterling silver .925
Wire thickness - .110”
About this bangle:
The bangle is marked along the sides with a unique diamante pattern. The heads are representative of a steel pan or steel drum. These pans or drums are Trinidadian instruments that are prominent around carnival time. The steel pans are casted separately and soldered onto the marked wire with .925 sterling silver solder. Each item is handmade and therefore every piece is unique.
The Unique rhythmic music of the Caribbean Islands comes from the steel pan. Developed as a musical instrument during WWII from oil drums discarded by U.S. warships harbored in Trinidad, the steel pan can emulate every note on the musical scale ranging from a single instrument to a whole orchestra. Today, it is known worldwide is a symbol of an innovative and musical people
About West Indian Bangles:
West Indian Bangles are a tradition of the Caribbean Islands. They were originally created through the unison of East Indian and African designs. These West Indian Bangles are typically worn in pairs but I price and sell them individually so you can choose how many you want to buy. These bangles are unisex such that both men and women wear thick bangles and thin bangles although men tend to prefer the thicker ones. They are often given to children to remind them of their heritage.
weighs between 13g-16g
Small - 7" circumference
Medium - 7 1/2" circumference
Large - 8" circumference
Please note: that all items are handmade and that means that there will be variations in listed dimensions. They are to be used as guides for your purchase but are not exact values.