A gorgeous bracelet made by the Miao Hmong tribal people. Silver wire hand-coiled into connecting swirls makes the base of the bracelet a dragon's head & tail are at either end. The dragon's tongue connects to the tail, closing the bracelet.
The Miao Hmong hill tribes believe that the silver from their mountains has the ability to keep away evil spirits that bring misfortune. They traditionally wear their silver jewelry for good luck for themselves and their communities.
The dragon is an important symbol of good luck, longevity, power, and protection to the Hmong people. Many traditional Hmong pieces incorporate dragons such as this piece.
A gorgeous artifact of traditional Miao Hmong hill tribe silver craftsmanship and artistic heritage.
- Origin: The Miao Hmong Hill Tribe of Laos & China
- Material: The metal is a mixture of Silver and Brass.
- Size: Approx. 7" (18 cm)