Cuff bracelets have been worn throughout history. There is even evidence that some early humans wore leather bracelets to signify tribal roles, such as group leader. Egyptians later wore them as a symbol of monarchy. They were also worn by ancient Greek and Roman soliders to signify rank. Even Spartacus wore simple leather cuffs as a symbol of raw power!
No matter where the cuff bracelet origins come from I am a fan! This look is regal, strong, raw, powerful and I like to add a touch of feminine to create a look that is timeless.
I love to doodle freehand decorative designs. This cuff is simple but so effective. Inspired by the traditional ancient indian mehndi art. The silver leaf against the black transforms when the light hits it.
Cuff measures 10 inches long (if this is too big consider it as an ankle cuff!) and 1 inch wide - made with imitation leather, silver leaf and button embellishment. Snap popper clasp for easy wear.