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Lapis Lazuli and Mother of Pearl Bracelet, Under 25, Christmas Gifts for Her, Mother's Day

Lapis Lazuli and Mother of Pearl Bracelet, Under 25, Christmas Gifts for Her, Mother's Day

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Lapis Lazuli, Mother of Pearl, Gemstones, Pewter Bicones, Silver Plated Lobster Clasp, Soft Flex Wire, 2 inch Chain Extender
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From Cedar Park, TX
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Description

This colorful bracelet is called "2 Blue". This name came to me by mistake as I was creating a new bracelet for a friend. I put Turquoise and Lapis together and thought this bracelet is TOO BLUE! By replacing the Turquoise with Mother of Pearl, I was able to create the balance I needed for this piece. To give a polished look, I added some Pewter bicones and Silver Plated finishings.

Lapis Lazuli literally means "blue stone" in Latin and has been associated with Royalty in the past. The blue eyes in King Tut's tomb is Lapis. Very royal indeed!

Found in the lining of the shell where pearls are grown, Mother of Pearl is a beautiful stone that has an amazing shimmer to it. Traditionally it has been said to attract prosperity, but it also has properties that serves as a protector especially towards children.

Features include:
-Handmade in Austin, Texas USA
-Lapis Lazuli chip beads, Mother of Pearl chip beads, Natural Gemstones,
Pewter Bicones, Silver Plated Lobster Clasp, 2" Silver Plated Chain Extender
-Bracelet Length: adjustable between 7"-9"
-Arrives in a shimmery bejeweled drawstring bag
This colorful bracelet is called "2 Blue". This name came to me by mistake as I was creating a new bracelet for a friend. I put Turquoise and Lapis together and thought this bracelet is TOO BLUE! By replacing the Turquoise with Mother of Pearl, I was able to create the balance I needed for this piece. To give a polished look, I added some Pewter bicones and Silver Plated finishings.

Lapis Lazuli literally means "blue stone" in Latin and has been associated with Royalty in the past. The blue eyes in King Tut's tomb is Lapis. Very royal indeed!

Found in the lining of the shell where pearls are grown, Mother of Pearl is a beautiful stone that has an amazing shimmer to it. Traditionally it has been said to attract prosperity, but it also has properties that serves as a protector especially towards children.

Features include:
-Handmade in Austin, Texas USA
-Lapis Lazuli chip beads, Mother of Pearl chip beads, Natural Gemstones,
Pewter Bicones, Silver Plated Lobster Clasp, 2" Silver Plated Chain Extender
-Bracelet Length: adjustable between 7"-9"
-Arrives in a shimmery bejeweled drawstring bag

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