LAPIS LAZULI & GOLD BEADED BRACELET - HALCYON COLLECTION
LAPIS LAZULI & GOLD
CRYSTAL BEADED BRACELET
- In stock and Ready to Ship
- Handmade and owned in Australia
- Shipped with-in 24hrs
- Comes in a sustainable gift box with a crystal card
Our Gold Bracelet collection features 10mm natural crystal gem stones and plated 20ct gold findings, thread on the highest quality jewellers elastic available.
Our crystal beaded bracelets are the perfect weight. Light enough to wear all the time, heavy enough to feel the quality of the gem stones. Putting the bracelet on can act as an instant moment in mindfulness and impart gentle inspiration. Whatever stones you have chosen and for whatever reason, you can be reminded of their specific healing energy as you slip them on.
Strung onto elastic cord and available in 2 sizes, they’re strong and stretchy and will fit most wrists.
Our crystal beaded jewellery is designed and handcrafted by us from our home studio.
Each natural crystal bead holds a visible world of magic.
COLOUR: Indigo blue with little specks of gold folded through, reminding us of a late summer nights sky
HISTORY: Lapis Lazuli is known as the stone of the Egyptians and was believed to open the heart to love. It was used extensively buy them in their scarabs, jewellery and make up. The golden sarcophagus of King Tutankhamen was richly inlaid with Lapis.
CRYSTAL MEANING: Lapis Lazuli is the stone of communication. It will help you say what you need to say in a very clear and calm way. A stone of truth, Lapis Lazuli encourages honesty of spirit. Wear it for all forms of deep communication. Lapis is also a stone of friendship and is said to bring harmony to relationships.
Since the earliest of times, Lapis Lazuli has been associated with strength and courage, royalty and wisdom, intellect and truth. It is also believed to ward of evil, and is known as the Wisdom Stone and thought of as key to spiritual awakenings.
METAL: Plated 20ct Gold
SHORT LENGTH: 18.5cm
LONG LENGTH: 21.5cm
Our jewellery is made from natural crystal stones, which means colours may appear slightly different from piece to piece.