Medium Braid Fox Bracelet
The Celtic people honored the fox for its cleverness and wisdom. Since one can only see the fox in the twilight periods of dawn and dusk, the Celts believed the fox could travel between the faerie world and our own. They also believed that the fox would guide them in the spirit world.
Crafters constructed our fox bracelet with a medium braid of wire. It measures approximately 5/16 inch (8 mm) thick. Available in bronze or silver.
- Medium braid (12 gauge)
- Approximately 5/16 inch (8 mm) thick
- Strong and flexible
- Hand-crafted in bronze or silver
The fox has become a very popular animal in recent years. We all know the wonderful Norwegian made song, “What Does the Fox Say?” I’m sure most of you have Googled it to find out what they sound like. If you or someone you know has adopted this mischievous creature as your favorite animal, this is the bracelet for you!
The fox is an animal common in folktales across the world. From Dr. Seuss and Aesop’s fables to ancient Chinese tomb paintings of the Queen Mother of the West with her fox friends, the fox is everywhere. Of course, they are quite common in the UK. Celtic druids admired them for their skill and cunning.
You might know that a female fox is called a vixen, but you might not know that we call a male fox a dog. Foxes tend to hunt alone at night, and live in families. These families consist of a dog, a vixen, her cubs, and sometimes a few daughters from previous litters that stay to help. Click here to read more about foxes.