The origins of the bracelet date back to the Bronze Age, but it was the Mycenaens who created the gold bracelet, even engraving it with geometric symbols and shapes believed to be magic.

The Egyptians even wore bracelets around their ankles, often gold bands decorated with coloured enamel and set with turquoise scarabs.
The use of bracelets was widespread among Roman soldiers, as a sign of their military valour.

It wasn’t until the nineteenth century that bracelets were seen as real jewellery, engraved and set with precious stones.

Today, Bibigì has tennis bracelets in diamonds and precious stones, pearl and fashion bracelets.