They have many names—belly dancer bracelet, ring-to-wrist or hand-to-wrist piece—but they’re all the same accessory: a chain bracelet with an extension snaking up the hand and attaching to a ring that sits on the wearer’s finger. It’s unusual to see the styles in the American market (they’re more a custom in Asia and the Middle East), but they’ve appeared in myriad lines from fashion-forward designers in the past year, who all swear they’re comfortable to wear and sell out quickly. Here are four more styles we couldn’t fit into the March issue—which also features some handlets.
Hand-to-wrist piece in 14k rose gold with 0.08 ct. t.w. diamonds, $835; Kismet by Milka at Fragments
Wrist lariat in 14k gold with Blake chain and turquoise, $1,055; Lana Jewelry
Serpent hand accessory in 18k yellow gold with 0.3 ct. t.w. diamonds, $1,890; Khai Khai
Ring-to-wrist piece in 18k gold with black rhodium and opal, emerald, and diamonds, $8,700; Sutra
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