Copper Bangle, plain
A wrap around, copper bangle with six magnets on the inside. There is some evidence to show that copper can have anti-inflamatory effects and that copper from a bracelet can be absorbed into the body, which may bring about pain relief. Many people, who suffer with joint pain and stiffness, find that their pain and suffering is eased by wearing magnets next to their skin. Magnetic therapy is said…
Diamante Curls Bangle, silver-plated
This is a silver-plated bangle, set with clear diamante stones in the shape of curls. It comes in a gift box. Size: 7 cm x 1 cm
Flower Circles Bangle, blue and purple
A hinged, half-circle bangle with jewel-tone flowers in three circles. Colour: silver-coloured bangle with blue and purple flowers Size: 2.5cm x 7cm Comes in a gift box. From the Equilbrium range.
Guardian Angel Bangle
Guardian Angel Bangle A silver-plated bangle which has a guardian angel charm hanging from it. It is engraved inside and out with the words: "Guardian angel stand by my side". This is a lovely present to give to someone who needs support or guidance and it comes in an attractive gift box. From the Equilibrium range. Size: 22cm diameter
Lion Head Stainless Steel Bangle
This is a chunky, stainless steel bangle with a lion's head on the front and gothic detail at the sides. The opening is 40 mm wide and the maximum diameter is 76 mm. It is supplied in a navy blue, leatherette gift box with a matching navy blue, velvet pad and white lining.
Skulls Stainless Steel Bangle
A black, twisted cable, torque bangle with silver-coloured skulls at each end. It is supplied in a navy blue, leatherette gift box with a matching navy blue, velvet pad and white lining. Made from stainless steel.
Violet Pansy and Crystal Bangle
Pretty and vibrant are the first words that come to mind when looking at this violet pansy and crystal bangle. The bangle is silver-plated and adjustable. It comes in a gift box, from the Equilibrium range. Victorian Britain was a time of repressed emotions and open displays of love were frowned upon. Flowers were used to send coded messages between lovers or would be lovers. Pansies came to mean…