Originals

Vöyri Bracelet

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Fashion dating back to more than a thousand years! This Merovingian era bracelet found in Vöyri has been in our collection since the 1940's. The Vöyri bracelet made of silver is for all fans of Kalevala Originals, women and men alike. This bracelet is made in three different sizes. NB! The smallest size does not have the row of round bull's eye symbols at the ends of the bangle.

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Weight: 0.025 kg
Article number: 250207057
Material: Silver
Weight: 0.025 kg
Article number: 250207057
Material: Silver
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Vöyri bracelet

Alone and proud, two is always more beautiful, no two without three.

When an ancient woman of power dressed up in her finest, in most cases she did not settle for one bracelet – she could wear many, and on both wrists. In the later age of tribal migrations, bracelets widening towards both ends and decorated with rich stamped ornaments were very popular. The bull’s eye patterns, protecting from evil, strengthened the magical protective power that a bracelet encircling the wrist was believed to produce. This bracelet is based on the model of an ancient original found in Vöyri in western Finland.
Vöyri bracelet

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