This “hand flower” bracelet was inspired by two lovely middle eastern women I met this year. The “Hand Flower” is translated from the Indian word “Hathphool”. The Hathphool originated as an ornamental piece of bridal jewelry, with five rings attaching to a bangle bracelet. The five rings each represented goddesses which would protect the bride’s family in times of need. Later, this changed to anywhere from one to three rings attached to a bracelet, and is believed to represent the bonds of matrimony. Shown in Peach Moonstone, Agate, and 14K Gold Fill. Also available in Sterling Silver with custom stone options. Please note your color choice in the comment section upon ordering.