Wrap Bracelet-Lapis Sky
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You'll love this amazingly versatile piece, it will become your new fave! One long strand with a super-strong magnetic clasp, this piece is perfectly proportioned to look like 5 little layering bracelets when wrapped around the wrist. You can also wear it as a long necklace or a doubled necklace; wear alone or layer with your favorite pieces. Buy multiples and attach with the magnetic clasp to drench yourself in gemstones. The possibilities are endless!
Lapis lazuli, aquamarine & turquoise with 14-kt gold-filled and 22-kt gold vermeil accents.
*PLEASE NOTE that due to the organic nature of the gemstones we use, the exact shape & color of the gems used may vary based on availability.
Lapis Lazuli: Meaning “blue stone” in Latin, Lapis Lazuli has been mined in Afghanistan since 8000 BC. Flecked with golden pyrite, lapis lazuli has always been a symbol of the starry night sky and the heavens.They used it for jewelry and ceremonial objects and pulverized it for pigments and cosmetics. This heavenly stone will often contain flecks of pyrite, which contrast beautifully with the stone’s rich blue color. Europeans ground the stone to create Ultramarine the most precious and expensive pigment available. European artists such as Giotto, Durer and Titian used this “Lapis Lazuli paint” sparingly, to adorn especially important religious figures and to render the heavens, as seen in Giotto’s famous Arena Chapel in Padua, Italy. Metaphysically, lapis lazuli promotes wisdom, good judgement, intellectual analysis and problem solving. A stone of truth, lapis lazuli aids in all forms of communication (spoke, written and spiritual) and enhances intellectual ability. It stimulates a desire for knowledge, truth and understanding, and aids the process of learning, which makes it a great stone for professionals and students.
Aquamarine: From the Latin words for “sea water”, legend holds that the captivating blue-green aquamarine came to be in a mermaid’s treasure chest, thus earning it the distinctive title of the “sailors lucky stone”. Aquamarine evokes the purity of crystalline waters, and the exhilaration and relaxation of the sea. It is calming, soothing, and cleansing, and inspires truth and trust. Birthstone for March.
Turquoise is a soothing and strengthening stone, helping to guard against exhaustion, depression and panic attacks. It helps restore vitality and lift low spirits, balance emotions and combat aggression. The name Turquoise comes from the French name for the Turkish traders that brought the brilliant blue stone to Europe. Used for many centuries in the Middle and Far East, evidence of Turquoise use by Egyptian royalty dates as far back as 5,500 BC. Uniquely, there is also evidence of Pre-Columbian civilizations using this stone for ceremonial purposes and as currency. Turquoise was highly prized by both the Native American tribes of the Southwest and the Mayans, in some cases even more than gold.
Turquoise is only found in barren regions where acidic, copper-rich water reacts with ground minerals containing phosphorous and aluminum. Colors can range from the distinct sky blue found only in the Sleeping Beauty Mine (Arizona) to the vibrant greens found in the Kingman Mine (Arizona) to the bright medium blue typical of most turquoise. Turquoise is the birthstone for December