The Testimony of Hands


62.20.8, bronze bracelet
Frank Hibben collection
Photograph by B. Bernard

In an age when bronze was inherently valuable, a bracelet as simple as this one would have aroused envy. Today it can be reproduced cheaply but our modern eyes appreciate the inherent simplicy of the design. This example measures 7 1/2 centimeters (3 inches) across.

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