Sun Moon Star Anklet
The sun is the center of our universe, and all of life revolves around its light. Its energy and heat are essential for growth and even on the cloudiest days, it can’t fully be hidden. Shine as bright as you can, and your energy will be infectious.
The moon is an influential force of nature. Its gentle strength changes the ocean tides and even our moods. Just as the moon passes through unique and beautiful phases, remember that we will change and progress with every season of our lives.
People have always looked to the stars for guidance and navigation. As lost as you might seem, the stars will always show you how to get home. Don't hide your inner light. Let it shine. You have the power to be a guide for the people in your life.
In a village at the edge of a jungle in Bali, each anklet is hand-carved from all-natural materials and woven into an adjustable nylon thread band.
Anklet Fits up to 11" Ankle in our fully adjustable button closure.
Check out this anklet's twin bracelet and complete the set here!
As each symbol is made from natural materials, the color will slightly adjust over the first few months of wear as it takes on elements that are a part of your life journey. Salt water, perfumes, and natural oils will give each bracelet its own look that is uniquely yours.
Your Journey Is One-Of-A-Kind
No one will ever follow your same steps, dream your same dreams, or make your same connections. Mark your own unique journey in your Wanderer Bracelets. #WhereIWander
Handmade by artisans in Bali using sustainable materials
Bone: Balinese communities live very close to nature and make effort not to let anything go to waste- so these materials are collected and brought to villages who specialize in using them to create art, tools, and jewelry as they have for generations.
Wood: Our wood beads are made from locally sourced species including Kempas, Merbau, Jackfruit, Guava, and Crocodile woods.
Horn: Our horn beads are made using reclaimed domestic water buffalo horn. In Indonesia, water buffalo, or “banteng”, live on small family farms where they are highly valued and cared for and families rely on them to plow rice terraces and fertilize crops.