• Wrap Bracelet- University of Michigan
  • Wrap Bracelet- University of Michigan
  • Wrap Bracelet- University of Michigan

Wrap Bracelet- University of Michigan

$ 125.00

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SHOW YOUR SCHOOL SPIRIT with this amazingly versatile piece! It will quickly 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! Approximately 35 inches long. 

*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.

Made with Citrine Quartz, Jasper, & Lapis Lazuli especially for Michigan Fans!

Email us at info@eshawjewels.com to custom-make a bracelet in your school colors!

Citrine: The stone of happiness and sunshine! Derived from the Latin word for citrus, citrines are said to carry the power of the sun; thus, crystal therapists use them to this day for helping overcome depression, fears and phobias. Citrine’s sister stone is amethyst, and when heat-treated an amethyst will transform into a citrine. Citrine is one of the two minerals on the planet that neither accumulates nor retains negative energy and clears negative energy of other stones, spaces and people. It is the birthstone for November.

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. 


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