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These amazing brass bandana slides are made of cast brass by various artisans.


The snake,  moth and fingers crossed medallion slides are made by Mineral & Matter in Salt Lake City, UT


The snake bandana slide is a representation of the Snake Nebula that weaves through the Ophiuchus constellation in front of the Milky Way.  It is approximately 1" in diameter.


The moth bandana slide is a Cecropia moth. Cecropia moths are North America's largest native moth and part of the giant silk moth family. They have wingspans of 5 to 7 inches and live only for about two weeks.  This slide is approixmately 1.25" wide and .5" tall.


This Bandana Slide depicts a delicate hand with fingers crossed and a flower on each side with ray accents between. approx 1" in diameter.


The face, and hand-eye slides are made by Therese Kuempel Jewlery.  These unique rings were handmade using traditional metalsmithing techniques and the lost wax casting process. Fabricated in nickel free jewelers brass.  Ring bands are Gold Fill. Gold Fill is tarnish resistant and won't turn your skin green, so you can wear as a ring when not wearing on your bandana!


The quartz crystal and moonstone ray slides are entirely handmade pieces and cast designs, with all details being hand carved. Made by skilled metal smiths in the Rajasthan region of Northern India. The brass they use is a combination of zinc and copper and is nickel-free.


The cat face brass slide is made by skilled artisans in Bali, Indonesia.  They are made using lost-cast wax designs and made entirely of nickel-free brass.

Brass Bandana Slides

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