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Thousands of years ago, the Romans came to Afghanistan to trade glass and teach the art of glass making. This bracelet features a broken piece of a plate or bottle that was excavated from the ruins of an ancient glass-blowing studio. Buried for centuries, the discarded chunks had been thrown into a pit for recycling, a common practice in ancient times, but instead were forgotten. The heavy duty oval link chain holds a sterling silver disc that is embossed with ancient text. This cylindrical piece shelters the piece of 2000 - year- old Roman glass. This bracelet will definitely be the coolest piece in your jewelry collection. A conversation starter indeed! Handcrafted in Montana by jewelry artists Jennifer and John Walsh, this bracelet comes with the artist's statement card.


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