The Time of No-Time

Inspirational Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelet

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SKU: 207666
Mexico's Oscar Figueroa is inspired by the ancient Maya who prophesized about El tiempo del no tiempo for the design of this cuff bracelet. Meaning 'The Time of No-Time,' it refers to a period of great teachings in which a world riddled with hatred, war, self-destruction, pollution and materialism ends as humans decide to evolve toward a harmonious integration with the universe. 'Through my designs I would like to share with you such concepts as love, hope, light, balance, freedom and the infinite as understood by the Mayas,' explains Oscar Figueroa.

.925 Sterling silver
  • Sterling silver
  • 0 oz
  • 6 inches L (end to end) x 0.2 inches W
  • Made in Mexico

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Oscar Figueroa Escorcia

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3 Reviews

  • 5
    So meaningful and lovely

    Posted by Liz on Mar 18th 2020

    This is one of my prize possessions

  • 5
    Lovely bracelet

    Posted by Frances on Oct 5th 2019

    Love the bracelet wear it daily. The meaning of words was main reason I purchased. It is well made sturdy and goes with my daily wear.

  • 5

    Posted by Esther on Sep 19th 2017

    Beautiful bracelet with an important message. Thank you for making such beautiful pieces!

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