Summer Showcase

The ever versatile bracelets of Chibi Jewels!

Summer is well upon us, and what says summer better than a wardrobe full of colorful and vibrant jewelry!

The bracelets shown above are some of the best selling pieces for us at the moment, and it definitely lets us know the season we are in.

Our bracelets are available in multiple colors, and there are many choices in gem stones, and charms to create enough combinations for every single day of the summer!

The cuffs are definitely a statement piece, which also go well with all the other bracelets in the line.  These cuffs were conceived from start to finish in NYC, beginning with initial sketches, wax models, and a final casting and even plating, depending on the desired finish.

The cuffs were inspired by the many Native American arts and traditions, and we tried to pay homage to their immense cultural gifts.

That’s the latest! Happy July from Chibi Jewels!!!

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About chibijewels

Chibi Jewels is a New York jewelry studio whose whimsical collection of handmade jewelry takes inspiration from the traditions, colors, patterns, and symbols of cultures from around the world. Each collection starts with travel, encounters, and collaborations between artisans and results in beautifully handcrafted jewelry, designed and constructed here in New York City. In Japanese, chibi means small, but it is a term of endearment used only between those that are close. Chibi Jewels aims to unite far away people and cultures and to bring their traditions together through their unique collection of modern jewelry.
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