A Brief History of the West Indian Bangle
The West Indian Bangle is centuries old, a mixture
of African and Indian cultures and traditions
brought to the West Indies during and after slavery.
African women wore bangles for centuries as symbols
of adornment, while Indian women wore bangles
as a symbol of marriage.
These beautiful bangles are made in silver and
gold, with detailed engravings on the heads and
bodies of the bangles. These bangles are extremely
durable and their flexibility allows them to fit
all wrist sizes. They are worn traditionally in
They are extremely popular in the West Indies
and make a wonderful gift. They are even available
in baby sizes.