BONE BRAIDED Leather Bracelet

by Jungle Tribe LA

$79.00
BONE BRAIDED Leather Bracelet I have an always expanding collection of bones and skulls. My workshop table is littered with skulls and bones. They are scattered all over, so sometimes when i pick up a bone i have a hard time remembering what animal its from, and what part of the body the bone is from. thats definitely the case with the bone that i picked up one day and decided to use for the bone braid bracelet. Its a snake bone, but I'm not sure which snake skeleton i pulled it from. We used to make jewelry out of raw original bones. But we found ourselves using up a lot of our collection. Then we found out that if we wanted to sacrifice a bone we could make a rubber mold out of it, and take the wax and have our bone reproduced in a metal version, like brass or silver. After getting the bones back from casting we found that the bones looked pretty good in a row. I put a scrap piece of leather through the bone hole and lined them up. I put it around my wrist and realized it could make a cool bracelet. Only thing was there were some sharp pieces that made it uncomfortable. So after filing one down, I sent it back to get a new rubber model and more casting done. Once i had the new casted bones I realized that the leather wasn't going to hold the bone beads. I tried braiding some leather to make a bit of thickness and all of a sudden I had something that was kinda sorta completely rad. Voila, there you have the Bone Braided Bracelet Its adjustable with a sliding bone bead, made to fit a variety of wrists. Measures 6.5 inches at it's tightest Check out the rest of the Jungle Tribe collection for something bad ass for your next festival outing, Comicon, WonderCon - or maybe some rock, punk, goth, biker, steampunk and cosplay inspired accessories. Whether it’s a dark occult inspired necklace, a witchy vibes bracelet a perfect pair of earrings for Coachella or Burning Man or maybe even some righteous turquoise rings, let us be your one stop shop for uncommonly incredible statement pieces. And many thanks for supporting independent artists!