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Black & Bronze Japanese Glass Bead Bracelet


These classic Japanese glass bracelets are handcrafted and laid with a variety of colors; yellow, slate, bronze, pearl, pewter, and more. Variations come in slim and wide designs to complement your outfits perfectly. While glass bead bracelets were first created 3,500 years ago in ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt. The Japanese glass beads, known as Miyuki beads, are considered the highest world standard for their incomparable quality, brilliance, and uniform shape.

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Black & Bronze Japanese Glass Bead Bracelet


Japanese Miyuki glass bracelets are handcrafted in a variety of colors to elegantly enhance any look.

Japanese glass bead bracelets, also known as “miyuki bracelets” or “tensha bead bracelets,” are popular accessories that originated in Japan. They are crafted using tiny, high-quality glass beads made by the renowned Japanese company, Miyuki. These beads are meticulously manufactured to ensure uniformity in size and color, making them ideal for creating intricate and delicate designs.

The bracelets are typically made by weaving the tiny glass beads together using a beading technique called “kumihimo,” which involves braiding threads to form a strong and flexible structure. The patterns and designs created with Miyuki beads can be quite intricate.

Caring for your Japanese glass bead bracelets will help preserve their beauty and keep them looking vibrant.

Japanese glass bead bracelets should not be exposed to water, as it may weaken the threads used to weave the beads together. Remove them before showering, swimming, or any water-related activities.

Glass beads can be delicate, so handle your bracelets gently to avoid pulling or snagging the threads. Avoid excessive bending or twisting of the bracelet.

While they are designed to stretch slightly for easy wearing, avoid overstretching them, as this can lead to permanent deformation.

To prevent accidental breakage, take off your Japanese glass bead bracelets during physical activities, sports, or other situations where they might be subjected to excessive stress.

Experiment with stacking multiple bracelets of varying widths and styles to create a trendy and eclectic wrist stack. Combine Japanese bracelets with other types of bracelets, bangles, cuffs, or even a wristwatch for a stylish arm party.

Pay attention to the balance and proportion of the bracelets on your wrist. Mix thin and thicker bracelets to add dimension, or choose a single statement piece to stand out.

Styling miyuki bracelets is all about expressing your individuality and creativity. Whether you prefer a minimalist and sophisticated look or a bold and vibrant statement, these versatile bracelets offer endless possibilities for showcasing your personal style.

Opt for more subdued and neutral colors for formal occasions, while embracing bright and colorful miyuki bracelets for casual and festive events. For a more understated look, wear just one or two miyuki bracelets on their own, focusing on simplicity and letting their delicate beauty shine through. Or you can create an “arm party” by combining miyuki bracelets with other types of bracelets, cuffs, and watches on both wrists for a fun and fashionable statement.