RED CORD BRACELETS
“Simple looking & easy wardrobe match: - lucky red cords to wear for your auspicious new year.”By XiaoXiao - 29 JANUARY 2019
ed is a special colour. In many countries red represents the meaning of festivals, guardian and luck. The red cord tied to the wrist has a long history and is also a symbol of the Kabbalah, a Jewish mystical philosopher, symbolising unparalleled luck and guardianship. A delicate and beautiful red bracelet, this cord can be easily create for whole family members. It is also a great gift for the newborn babies in the new year. You can select your lucky red codes from the many different ones and try not to miss this opportunity if you want to start your auspicious luck for yourself
RED CORD BRACELETS In many countries red represents the meaning of festivals, guardian and luck.
JIE SHENG JI
JIE SHENG JI was found in 2003, and it is the first knotted bracelet store in China which grew from a 5㎡ store. Today, knotting is not only a craft, but also a cultural heritage. It transcent through the knotted cord wishes and conveyance of emotions. Knotted cords enlightens the hearts impetuously.
JIE SHENG JI is persistance to original hand made designs blending the charm of Chinese traditional culture with the taste of modern art.
Vivien Frank is an independent designer whose collection is a collision of Urban Bohemian Glam featuring stacking bracelets, layered necklaces and every day pieces with an edgy twist fused with fine silver, sterling silver, solid gold, diamonds, leather, wood, silk and anything else that can be combined or knotted together. The collection is forever changing and evolving. All pieces are handmade in Zurich, Switzerland with the finest quality materials and Swiss workmanship.
The classic ring design of their bracelet series is matched with the red cord which brings good luck. The red cord is made of Irish linen thread and is not worrisome of it breaking apart. It is a fashionable lucky wrist strap. There is a selection to chose from for yourself and your family to bring luck and guardianship.
Founded in 1991 by an independent designer Maizel Clarke, Dogeared is a Californian's handmade jewellery brand. With an attitude of “creating inspiration in life”, she brings positive energy into the beautiful wishes of the world and is completely immersed in the ocean of design.
Dogeared conveys love and dreams in a minimalist style. Their exquisite workmanship and reasonable priced jewellery became a popular brand because of the Korean drama "The Heirs.” Today, its is a favourite amongst many stars and fashionistas.