The bracelet is an age-old part of human culture. In 1973 during the excavation of Mohenjodaro, a city from the Indus civilization located in present-day Pakistan, an archaeologist discovered a statue that was named ‘Dancing Girl’. The 4500-year-old statue represents a naked dancer whose left arm is completely covered in bracelets. In a way, every modern creation pays tribute to that primal jewel and perhaps it also explains the pure and eternal attraction of the bracelet. The very diverse, handmade bracelets in the exclusive collection of Lilly Zeligman are made from the noblest materials. Here’s a small selection.