Slave bracelet may refer to:
- A copper bracelet used as a medium of exchange in the West African slave trade, see Manillas.
- Any bracelet made of chain links.
- An Indian wrist bracelet joined to a ring by a chain (Panjas).
- A bracelet worn by a slave (this meaning comes from BDSM fiction, e.g. John Norman's Gor series of novels; in this context it may be a colloquial term for handcuffs).
Other terms for slave bracelets include: handflower.
Slave bracelets are a piece of jewelry understood to be associated with several cultures and are also worn as belly dancing or harem jewellery. They are a favoured piece of jewelry by the Gothic subculture and are worn by some BDSM lifestyle couples as a symbol of ownership between Master (BDSM) and Slave (BDSM).
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