Help identify bracelet

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by maxse, Jun 4, 2012.

  1. maxse

    maxse Active Member

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    Hey guys,

    I need some help please. I know some of you may not think much about this, but I have been wanting to get this bracelet for a while. I see many people wearing them but have no idea what they are called or even where to get them. They seem pretty cool to me especially for the summer beach and casual wear.

    I would really appreciate it if you guys could help me out. I was able to crop these two pics of it. Thanks much in advance.

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    It is the large round one that looks like pears of some sort?
     
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  2. maxse

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    So no one could help me figure out what this is?
     


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    Google bead bracelet.
     


  4. Del-Toro

    Del-Toro Senior member

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    maxse: Just in case Crane's post didn't make sense: www.google.com!

    Try keywords like "pear," "apple," "orange" and "pomegranate."
     
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  5. maxse

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    thanks guys!
    Actually after doing a search for "Bead bracelet" it is actually called a Shamballa bracelet.

    Unfortunately I can't find one like that with glossy round and yellowish alternating beads.
     


  6. Del-Toro

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    Congratulations. You now know how to use the search function.
     
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