This bracelet uses a single layer of Sanada Obi, a tightly handwoven Japanese silk cord with a 400 year old history. It was originally used in the 1600's by Samurai warriors to wrap their sword handles and eventually used as decorative belts around women's kimonos. Created on specialty looms by a collective of artisans outside of Kyoto, a full length of Obi can take up to one month to complete. All original colors and patterns are maintained to preserve its unique level of craftsmanship and durability.
Fits wrist size 6 1/4" - 7 1/2"
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