It's called La Bruja as a tribute to Fanciful Devices, who sent me the Uruguayan $10 bill that covers one of these bangles. Marina is definitely the sorceress of the bangle stack!
There's a link to her blog over to the right of this column.
This new set is so richly detailed and unique you may not want to wear them all at once, or you may want to cast a spell and pile them on.
The plentiful charms include a corazon milagro, souvenir Egyptian faience pharonic charms, a netted bottle with mysterious contents sealed and collaged with a fragment of antique text, wrapped sari silk, a seabird femur, the repurposed concha with lac bead and tin charm, a recycled iridescent shell inlay bangle a bit better for the wear, and a British two pence coin. All the bangles were then antiqued with desert canyon dirt for that look of archaeological antiquity and sealed with encaustic resin. And I thought I would quit making them after the last stack . . .