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A color that gives you a glimpse of the glamour of Paris, the nostalgia of a carousel ride, and the pinks of rock candy.
Set of four, Carousel Pink All Weather Bangles have the amazing qualities that make them a must-have for the modern goddess...they are weightless, soundless, waterproof, and TSA proof.
Each of the four Carousel Pink All Weather Bangles in the set is meant to represent the gradating coloration of life. We call it the "ombre" of things; situations or events in life that are at first heavily tinged with emotion, and then with time, transition to becoming a peaceful part of life.
Carousel Pink bangles are made of flexible, custom-colored polyvinyl carbonate rings that are then filled with gold and silver leaf and sealed with our exclusive BuDhaGirl Serenity Prayer bead. This unique non-metal material allows you to go from the pool, to the office, and through the airport all without needing to take them off.
Carousel Pink All Weather Bangles® (AWB®) are beautifully packaged for you in our custom BuDhaGirl All Weather Bangles silk pouch, included with your purchase.
Handcrafted in Thailand by really nice people. Each Carousel Pink All Weather Bangle is made by a team of 20+ artisans, each bangle is hand made, each is a labor of love.
Carousel Pink All Weather Bangles are made with organic products, at times a slight color differentiation might occur, this is only natural as humidity and temperature conditions do affect the outcome. Our Serenity Prayer Bead is made with uncoated brass which as time goes by, might develop a verdi-gris patina. Our point is that Carousel Pink All Weather Bangles are a product that will age, develop character, and will remain beautiful...just like our BuDhaGirls.
BuDhaGirl Carousel Pink All Weather Bangle bracelets are made of polyvinyl carbonate tubing that is a semi-flexible material, so there is a little give when you slide the bangles over your hand. The key to deciding your size...how the bangles go over your hand, not the size of your wrist.
The Serenity Prayer is not new, although in modern times it is attributed to Reinhold Niebuhr. Epictetus had a version, the Jewish philosopher Solomon ibn Gabirol had a version, and even W.W. Bartley had a version with a Mother Goose rhyme dated 1695. The prayer is simple yet powerful: