The Bossche Dragon | Pink

€29,95

The Bossche Dragon bracelet is handmade from 4mm lava beads and 8mm pink natural stone beads with stainless steel dragon head and logo bead.

 Handmade in the Netherlands
 €1.95 shipping costs within the Netherlands
< span>✓ Size guarantee: exchange for the right size
 Supplied in a luxury storage box

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This beaded men's bracelet is named after De Bossche dragon, better known as the golden dragon. Because Den Bosch has traditionally been partly located in a swamp area, the city was also known as the swamp dragon. Because the area could easily be flooded and was considered an impregnable settlement.
The dragon is an heirloom of the deceased in 1894 Paulus Jan Bosch van Drakesteijn. He was the Queen's Commissioner for the province of North Brabant. After his death, it took another 9 years before the golden dragon with accompanying fountain was placed. The dragon holds in its claw the spell 'virtute et labore' (by virtue and labor).

Fight for what you're worth!

Men who make the impossible possible, by fully focusing on their goal. It takes a good dose of willpower not to be fooled by others or by a setback. You need confidence and guts for this. To achieve your goal it is sometimes said that you have to move mountains. Or that it is a way up with sometimes deep valleys. That's why we put three mountain peaks in our logo to remind you of those goals.

Our bracelets are handmade in the Netherlands. Various elements are used for this, including mountain climbing rope, ship rope, stainless steel closures, natural stone beads and cow leather of the highest quality. We make the bracelets to size, so as soon as an order comes in, we get to work. This is to waste as little material as possible. Our bracelets are also waterproof and last a lifetime. Read here span> more about the story behind Wildenberg Wear.

In our webshop we sell more than 50 different bracelets in the Netherlands and Belgium.

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