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Description

Sailors made macramé objects in off hours while at sea, and sold or bartered them when they landed, thus spreading the art to places like China and the New World. Nineteenth-century British and American sailors made hammocks, bell fringes, and belts from macramé. They called the process “square knotting” after the knot they used most frequently. Sailors also called macramé “McNamara’s Lace”.

Macramé has been transformed to a bracelet only for him!

This bracelet belongs to Sailors Stories Collection.

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Material & Size Details

This bracelet  is made of Sterling Silver and black rubber cord.

You can also have them in gold 14K, 18K, ask us for a quote, click here.

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$95 USD (Sterling Silver – Shop here)

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