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Balinese Women's Sterling Silver Bangle Bracelet - Sterling Circles
Sterling Circles
Balinese Women's Sterling Silver Bangle Bracelet - Sterling Circles

Balinese Women's Sterling Silver Bangle Bracelet - Sterling Circles

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This glimmering bangle bracelet, actually made of three interlinked bangles, is handcrafted in sterling silver for a classically chic look. The bracelet is created by Bali's Nyoman Ariawan and features a neat hammered motif with a high polish finish.

  • 925 sterling silver
  • 0.35 oz
  • Each: 3 mm W


Artisan Organization: Nyoman Ariawan

Country: Bali and Java

"I'm from a village in Klungkung, Bali and, when I was still a child, my life was extremely hard. There was no electricity, no gas, no water, and no television. We used firewood for cooking and for lighting we used traditional lamp in the night. Luckily we had the old radio to keep up with the news.

"My mother and my sisters walked about three kilometers to fetch a gallon of water while my father and I would go looking for firewood two times a week. Once, when he was at work, I made small wooden beads with a small knife that I brought and I strung them into a bracelet. My father was very proud when he saw my bracelet. It wasn't perfect but the jewelry idea was there.

"My parents changed my life by sending me to a high school, even though they never received formal education as they were pressed by harsh living conditions. I studied at a technical high school in Denpasar, 40 kilometers from our home, so I walked around six kilometers to the school everyday.

"Unfortunately, when I was 18, my Mom passed away.

"I got the school fee from my sister, auntie and sometimes from my father. I'd only eat rice with salt so the money they gave me was enough for me to live far from home. Despite all of this, I got the best rank in class and I got a scholarship from the government.

"Not long after I graduated from technical high school, I worked with a famous jewelry designer in Bali where I learned about gold and silver designs. I worked there for 21 years and handled quality, even did final inspections for China and Thailand.

"After a long time working there, I wanted to explore my dreams and talent, so I started creating jewelry on my own. Now I can give my son a motorcycle to get to school.

"It started when my neighbor asked me to make a ring with his local stone. I created a traditional design which I combined with western or modern methods. The result was very nice and he was very happy with it. And then I started to build a workshop.

"There are three people who help me, and I coordinate them based on their skills. We use pliers, burs, grinding diamonds, grinding silicone, hanging dynamo, a polishing machine and buffing wheels. I use leather, wood, stainless steel sheets, semi-precious stones and silver.

Some are easy to get. We purchase the material from the supplier. We also prepare our own, for example, we have to cut stainless steel to make a spring. I make sure my products are special to my customers by focusing on the quality and unique design.

"Based on my own personal experience, I have a dream to help unfortunate people improve their lives by hiring disabled people to be craftspeople. But I cannot do it by I myself. I need your help to realize this dream.""

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