Black & Blue Boho Woven Bead Bracelet

Black & Blue Boho Woven Bead Bracelet


Pretty beadwork blue boho cuff bracelet that is beaded with blue, white, and black glass seed beads. Each bead is woven one at a time, and for this bracelet that takes about an hour and a half per inch of beadwork. The unique adjustable bracelet closes with a sterling silver clasp.

***Please measure your wrist before purchase to make sure bracelet will fit and fasten comfortably. (See below for tips)


  • Bracelet measures 7 inches at its smallest and extends to about 8 inches long.

  • Bracelet's cuff is 1.42 inches wide (36mm).

  • Clasp is sterling silver, lobster claw style and is securely wire-wrapped to the beadwork with sterling silver wire. The extender chain is also sterling silver.

  • Handwoven with glass seed beads.

This style of bracelet is also available in a smaller size,

How To Measure Your Wrist for Proper Bracelet Fit:
To determine your wrist size, measure your wrist using a flexible measuring tape. Then depending on how tightly you like your bracelet to fit, add whichever length is most comfortable:

  • For a tight fit, add 1/2 to 3/4 of an inch to your wrist measurement.

  • For a comfort fit, add 3/4 to 1 inch to your wrist measurement.

  • For a loose fit, add 1.25 inches to your wrist measurement.

This final measurement is the bracelet size that you should order.


This bracelet will arrive beautifully packaged in a paper box tied with a pretty ribbon --- perfect for giving as a gift to yourself or someone special.

Once payment is received, I usually mail next business day.

About Iris Elm Jewelry:
Everything in my shop is handmade by me, Erin, with much thought, care, and time going into every piece. For my beadwork jewelry, each bead is individually handwoven to form the design, a process that for some pieces can take hours. I carefully handcraft all the metal work and wire work as well as most of the ear wires my earrings dangle from. For my resin flower jewelry, all the flowers are handpicked here in Minnesota, pressed and dried by me, then encased in resin which is a multi-stage process. I truly love creating unique and special jewelry!

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