Natural Matte Crystal Elephant Bracelets - Kingdom of Melanin
Natural Matte Crystal Elephant Bracelets - Kingdom of Melanin
Natural Matte Crystal Elephant Bracelets - Kingdom of Melanin
Natural Matte Crystal Elephant Bracelets - Kingdom of Melanin

Natural Matte Crystal Elephant Bracelets

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Ships on Fridays, shipping takes 5 to 7 days. For US orders only.

International orders 45 days

Material: Crystal
Bracelets Type: Charm Bracelets
Clasp Type: Toggle-clasps
Metals Type: Zinc Alloy
Shape\pattern: Elephant
Compatibility: All Compatible
Chain Type: Rope Chain
Length: Elastic

Why choose us?

Reason one

We are blackowned and have been established since 2016. We have over 8000 customers worldwide, and we are the original designers of all our designs.

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We are the original designers

Ever wondered how Kingdom of Mel, became Kingdom of Mel?

The first few days of launching our very first design we gain one million organic views of our video on facebook, and made $25k in sales the first 3 days!

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What does Red Black and Green stand for?

The Pan-African flag, (also called the Marcus Garvey, UNIA, Afro-American or Black Liberation flag,) was designed to represent people of the African Diaspora.

Marcus Moziah Garvey, (born August 17, 1887, St. Ann's Bay, Jamaica—died June 10, 1940, London, England), Was a Black charismatic leader who organized the first American Black nationalist movement (1919–26), based in New York City's Harlem.