Men's Bracelets(1,447 items)
You will find excellent craftsmanship in this exclusive collection of men’s bracelets below.
Featured Reviews on Men's Bracelets
Ive purchased other bracelets for my husband, but the clasps can be complicated. This one is perfect. Its magnetic but, with a little turn, its secured. I think hes going to love it.
I purchased this for myself as I felt it was tasteful, substantial and most importantly (for me), colorful. I am certainly not disappointed! It is so well made and I am pleased and happy every time I wear it. Many compliments. I definitely recommend their work. I think I will be purchasing more as Christmas presents,
I really like this item. I purchased it cause it reminded me of the bracelet that Ragnar Lothbrooks Vikings clan wore. A really nice surprise is the bracelet has a sparkle to it day or night.
Popular Men's Bracelets
Bali Obsidian and Sterling Silver Cord Unity Bracelet, "Silver Handshake"$44.99
Crafted of sterling silver, hands come together to clasp an orb of obsidian. They seem to share both its weight and responsibility in a single gesture of friendship. Henry Anthony Sanny displays the lovely pendant on a black cord unity bracelet. The sliding clasp reads "Fight Racism."
Brass and Black Obsidian Cord Unity Bracelet from Bali, "Golden Handshake"$29.99
Crafted of golden brass, hands come together to clasp an orb of black obsidian. They seem to share both its weight and responsibility in a single gesture of friendship. Henry Anthony Sanny displays the lovely pendant on a black cord unity bracelet. The sliding clasp reads "Fight Racism."
Thai Sterling Silver Macrame Morse Code Unity Bracelet, "Morse Code Unity"$29.99
Thai artisan Sarote Lochotinunt crafts a macramé bracelet with an important message. Crafted of sterling silver, long and short beads recreate the dots and dashes of the Morse Code. Knotted by hand on slender black cords, they spell out the word "Unity."
Thai Hill Tribe & Sterling Silver Black Cord Unity Bracelet, "We Unite"$39.99
A sterling silver pendant urges us to unite in this original bracelet by Napapat. It depicts a square knot. She displays it on a black macramé cord and adds beads of 950 silver from Thailand's hill tribe artisans. "The idea comes from the terrible scourge of COVID-19," she confides. "We shall unite to fight back and stop the death toll that seems to rise each day."