Wood Bracelet for Men or Unisex, Om Charm, Unakite Gemstone Tai Chi Yoga Jewelry Buddhist Symbol, Evil Eye Bead, Boho Spiritual Gift for Him

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Wood Bracelet for Men or Unisex, Om Charm, Unakite Gemstone Tai Chi Yoga Jewelry Buddhist Symbol, Evil Eye Bead, Boho Spiritual Gift for Him

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Materials

Om rhodium plated charm, unakite gemstone beads, bayong wood beads, evil eye pewter bead, bone rondelles, Japanese seed beads, silver plated jump ring, high quality elastic cord

This men's or unisex yoga bracelet features a stylish silver Om charm, brown wooden beads, green and salmon unakite gemstone, and a protective "evil eye" bead. Its style is earthy and boho yet the bracelet is spiritual in significance. A Buddhist-inspired piece appropriate for men and women with medium-size wrists, it would make a wonderful gift for anyone who loves meaningful jewelry—perhaps a practitioner of meditation, tai chi, or yoga, or someone who is simply drawn to Buddhist and Hindu religious symbols and beliefs.

Here is more about the stretch bracelet's components:

• The silver Om charm is a shiny rhodium-plated beauty from TierraCast (made in USA; about 1.6 inches in length) and shows the sacred syllable of Om in flowing Sanskrit script.
• The brown wooden beads are a nice size (10mm) and made of bayong wood, which is warm and inviting.
• The unakite beads are rectangular in shape and very earthy, with dark green and salmon colors. There are also smaller (4mm) unakite rounds where the charm is attached.
• The protective "evil eye" bead is lead-free pewter (made in USA) and representsa talisman that has held importance for a variety of cultures since ancient times.

Also used in the bracelet are:

• Bone rondelles
• Japanese seed beads (hidden), which I used inside the wooden beads to stabilize them
• A silver-plated jump ring linking the Om charm to the bracelet
• High-quality elastic cord (made in USA)
• TierraCast rhodium-plated heishi spacers (made in the USA)

The bracelet size when averaged (from outer measurement to inner) is about 7.75 inches. It should fit a wrist from 7.5 inches to 7.75 inches. My wrist is currently 6 3/4 inches, and the bracelet is loose on me. If you have any questions about sizing, please contact me. I'll do my best to help.

I have included a photo of the bracelet with a ruler, to show you the size of the Om charm and to give you an idea of the relative size of the charm and bracelet's beads.

Inspirational and Buddhist-inspired, this wood and gemstone yoga and tai chi bracelet was handmade by me with care, thought, and best wishes for its destined wearer. It comes in an organza bag, wrapped and ready for gifting to a special friend, companion, spouse, or relative—or yourself!

To see more PrettyGonzo stretch bracelets, including yoga and tai chi styles, please link to: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?section_id=22859596

To see more PrettyGonzo jewelry, please visit my Etsy shop! Link: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?ref=profile_shopname

About Om
Om (or Aum) is a sacred word/symbol in Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikh. Its meaning is complex, so the following two explanations are quite simplified.

To Hindus, Om is both the sacred vibration of creation and the goal of spirituality and knowing: the Absolute. It thus represents a beginning and an end that itself is a beginning. It is more than simple sound, being the expression of and connection with the force and matrix of all existence, the eternal Brahma.

In Tibetan Buddhism, Om initalizes the mantra of the bodhisattva of compassion: "Om mani padme hum." Often simply translated as "Hail the jewel in the lotus," the mantra has complex meaning for the practice of working toward enlightenment. Om in this context is purifying energy for the achievement of perfection in generosity. It is the first meditation on the contrast between one's physical/mental state and the pure, noble state of the Buddha.

About Unakite

Unakite is also known as epidote and is thought to be a gemstone of positive energy, particularly for the heart chakra. It's a power stone of connection and unity, which is one reason why I used it for this bracelet. The term "epidote" comes from the Greek "epidosis," which means "growing together." The stone's composition, despite its alternative name of epidote, is actually a combination of epidote and feldspar with altered granite.
This men's or unisex yoga bracelet features a stylish silver Om charm, brown wooden beads, green and salmon unakite gemstone, and a protective "evil eye" bead. Its style is earthy and boho yet the bracelet is spiritual in significance. A Buddhist-inspired piece appropriate for men and women with medium-size wrists, it would make a wonderful gift for anyone who loves meaningful jewelry—perhaps a practitioner of meditation, tai chi, or yoga, or someone who is simply drawn to Buddhist and Hindu religious symbols and beliefs.

Here is more about the stretch bracelet's components:

• The silver Om charm is a shiny rhodium-plated beauty from TierraCast (made in USA; about 1.6 inches in length) and shows the sacred syllable of Om in flowing Sanskrit script.
• The brown wooden beads are a nice size (10mm) and made of bayong wood, which is warm and inviting.
• The unakite beads are rectangular in shape and very earthy, with dark green and salmon colors. There are also smaller (4mm) unakite rounds where the charm is attached.
• The protective "evil eye" bead is lead-free pewter (made in USA) and representsa talisman that has held importance for a variety of cultures since ancient times.

Also used in the bracelet are:

• Bone rondelles
• Japanese seed beads (hidden), which I used inside the wooden beads to stabilize them
• A silver-plated jump ring linking the Om charm to the bracelet
• High-quality elastic cord (made in USA)
• TierraCast rhodium-plated heishi spacers (made in the USA)

The bracelet size when averaged (from outer measurement to inner) is about 7.75 inches. It should fit a wrist from 7.5 inches to 7.75 inches. My wrist is currently 6 3/4 inches, and the bracelet is loose on me. If you have any questions about sizing, please contact me. I'll do my best to help.

I have included a photo of the bracelet with a ruler, to show you the size of the Om charm and to give you an idea of the relative size of the charm and bracelet's beads.

Inspirational and Buddhist-inspired, this wood and gemstone yoga and tai chi bracelet was handmade by me with care, thought, and best wishes for its destined wearer. It comes in an organza bag, wrapped and ready for gifting to a special friend, companion, spouse, or relative—or yourself!

To see more PrettyGonzo stretch bracelets, including yoga and tai chi styles, please link to: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?section_id=22859596

To see more PrettyGonzo jewelry, please visit my Etsy shop! Link: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?ref=profile_shopname

About Om
Om (or Aum) is a sacred word/symbol in Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikh. Its meaning is complex, so the following two explanations are quite simplified.

To Hindus, Om is both the sacred vibration of creation and the goal of spirituality and knowing: the Absolute. It thus represents a beginning and an end that itself is a beginning. It is more than simple sound, being the expression of and connection with the force and matrix of all existence, the eternal Brahma.

In Tibetan Buddhism, Om initalizes the mantra of the bodhisattva of compassion: "Om mani padme hum." Often simply translated as "Hail the jewel in the lotus," the mantra has complex meaning for the practice of working toward enlightenment. Om in this context is purifying energy for the achievement of perfection in generosity. It is the first meditation on the contrast between one's physical/mental state and the pure, noble state of the Buddha.

About Unakite

Unakite is also known as epidote and is thought to be a gemstone of positive energy, particularly for the heart chakra. It's a power stone of connection and unity, which is one reason why I used it for this bracelet. The term "epidote" comes from the Greek "epidosis," which means "growing together." The stone's composition, despite its alternative name of epidote, is actually a combination of epidote and feldspar with altered granite.

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I like to ship quickly, usually 1 or 2 days after payment unless it's a weekend or holiday. Please ensure your shipping address is current.

U.S. ORDERS: I ship USPS First Class w/Tracking. If you want to purchase insurance or upgrade, please contact me.

INTERNATIONAL ORDERS: After many years of shipping internationally, I am temporarily ceasing such shipments.

However, if you live outside the U.S. and would like to buy something, contact me. I will do what I can to help. Be aware that any tariffs, customs fees, and surcharges are paid by the buyer.

Note that shipping is now very costly for USPS First Class International, which is what I would normally use. Also, if you live in the EU, I do not have GDPR policies at the moment.
I sincerely want you to be happy with your purchase.

Returns are accepted if you contact me within 7 days after delivery to you. I expect to receive the item no later than 2 weeks after delivery. If this timeframe is problematic for you, contact me before buying. Also, I do allow extensions for special holidays such as Christmas and Valentine's Day, as some people buy early, me included!

For All Items: I will refund for the purchase price minus original shipping cost.

You are responsible for return shipping with tracking (U.S.). Items should be in their original condition, with the original wrapping and packing materials. Extra items, like jewelry cards, gift bags, boxes, freebies, should be included.
Non-receipt: I will do my very best to help you if items go astray. Tracking provides information on the item's routing to its destination, and I always ship directly from the post office rather than relying on postal pick-up. Again, please be sure that your shipping address is CURRENT.

Damage: I pack orders well to minimize any problem in this area. However, if your purchase arrives damaged, contact me immediately. I will do my very best to help.
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Payment must be made within 24 hours of purchase or the order will be cancelled.

To Rhode Islanders: Sorry to say, but by law I must apply 7% sales tax to your purchase and pass it on to "the governor."

Buyers from other states may also be charged state sales tax. In this case, your tax payment is determined and handled by Etsy, not me.
Yes, I am always happy to accept a custom order! Whether or not I require a deposit, full amount, or neither will depend on the nature of the order. I have done a number of such orders elsewhere with no deposit or purchase required, as I knew I could simply add those items to my inventory if the customer decided not to purchase. (Customers always did purchase them, though.) I always show photos of custom orders to the customer.
If you are buying a gift for someone and have used that person's address for shipping, please let me know at the time of ordering - I will be happy to include a complimentary notecard in which is written whatever message you would like to send.

Of course, I am always happy to send to that person's address. Just please make sure it is CURRENT. Thank you!

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