This bracelet is made from 8 mm round brecciated jasper stone beads, 8 mm round matte black onyx beads, an antiqued silver plated heart focal bead, and black coconut wood spacers.
They are all strung on a sturdy stretch string for an easy, clasp-less fit by sliding over the hand. The knot that closes the loop has been reinforced with glue for additional sturdiness.
Brecciated jasper (sometimes also known as poppy jasper in its lighter colored ranges) is a natural gemstone that consists of swirls of deep brown, brick red, and cream colors. This is a natural stone and may therefore vary in color and patterning from specimen to specimen. It is known for promoting vitality, focus, and grounding.
As shown, it is sized to an inner circumference measurement of about 7.5 inches where it touches the wrist (see image 4). The size can easily be adjusted with the addition or subtraction of brecciated jasper beads for no extra charge. If you need a different size, leave a note with the size you desire in the comments area of your order, and I will re-size it for you prior to shipping.
To determine the size you need, wrap a non-stretchy string or cord around your wrist at the place where you would normally wear this bracelet at the looseness at which you would want this bracelet to fit on your arm. Mark the length of string/cord needed to wrap that fit and then measure it on a ruler or tape measure for the inner circumference measurement needed.
Although I have done my best to photograph the color of this item accurately, please allow for variations in monitor settings and for the fact that the photo is taken under high powered lights.
This item comes in a gift box suitable for gift giving.
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