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A variety of semiprecious stone chips, including turquoise, malachite, lapis lazuli, onyx, rose quartz, sunstone, amethyst, tiger eye, jasper, obsidian make up this bracelet on soft flex sterling silver bead wire. Argentium beads divide the gemstone bracelet into four sections. The bracelet closes with an argentium clasp. Colorful, perfect for layering!

Turquoise has been used for thousands of years as a gemstone because of its color. It was worn as a protective amulet by people of the Persian Empire. Other cultures believed turquoise to be a holy stone.

Malachite was mined in the Timna Valley in Israel for over 3,000 years and used since then for gemstones and ornamental purposes.

Lapis Lazuli has been used for more than 6,000 years as a gemstone, to make amulets and ornaments, in mosaics, and to make vases by the Egyptians, Mesopotamians, Greeks, and Romans.

Onyx is formed by parallel bands of chalcedony, usually cut into cabochons and beads for use as jewelry, since ancient Egypt and Sumeria.

Rose Quartz is a variety of quartz that has a pink hue believed by many to be a healing stone and often carved into hearts.

Sunstone is a feldspar which exhibits a brilliant spangled appearance when viewed from different directions due to copper inclusions, which led to its use as a gemstone in recent times.

Amethyst is a beautiful purple variety of quartz used as a gemstone and for carvings since ancient times. Greeks and Romans believed it would protect against drunkeness. Medieval Europeans wore amulets of amethyst into battle, believing it would keep them cool headed. It is the traditional birthstone for those born in February.

Tiger Eye is a chatoyant gemstone and is usually cut in cabachon to display this aspect. The undulating bands of color form an interesting motif and make it popular for ornamentation and jewelry.

To get the most from your bracelet avoid exposure to perfumes, oils, acids, etc.

Your semi precious stone, sterling silver, and argentium bracelet will arrive in an attractive handmade gift box ready to wear or perfect for giving as a gift!

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Mixed Semiprecious Stone and Argentium/Silver Bracelet on ETSY at DesignsByDebbieKay

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: multicolor semiprecious stones, malachite chips, lapis lazuli chips, rose quartz chips, obsidian chips, tiger eye chips, goldstone chips, jasper chips, turquoise chips, amethyst chips, argentium beads, argentium clasp, soft flex sterling silver bead wire
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