Two strands of perfectly divine Peruvian Turquoise, one of them done as a gradient, are accompanied by some beautiful natural Rose wood rice beads and Greek Patina Bronze focals.
To say I love this set is an understatement. Despite releasing in the middle of Winter as a Spring release - it speaks only of Summer and long beach holidays that at the moment seem a distant memory.
This set features Peruvian Turquoise. Despite the name, Peruvian Turquoise is in fact a Chrysocolla. It was given the name because of its blue-green hues, that were similar to Turquoise in appearance.
Chrysocolla is said to be a healing and calming stone and some even use it to attract love. Chrysocolla calms, cleanses and re-energises the chakras. It draws out guilt, heals heartache and increases the capacity to love. It also encourages self-awareness and inner balance.
I've designed this set and its sister set (Thulite, Bronze, Antique Copper and Wood) in such a way that they can be worn in all manner of combinations, together or apart.
I recommend you select a size that is 1cm - 1.5cm larger than your actual wrist size to allow a little movement. As these bracelets are elasticized it is not recommended that you wear them taut as it strains the elastic and may be uncomfortable on your wrist.
I am happy to ship anywhere in the world, however will need to get a custom quote from NZ Post.
Sizes outside the standard ones listed are available on request, please feel free to message me!
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All bracelets made in Auckland - New Zealand by me
PHOTO CREDIT: Pink Beach in Komodo Island, Indonesia - Photo by: @hendrickhartono [IG]
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When measuring for bracelets it is preferable to use a dressmakers tape, however if one is not available you can use a piece of paper, mark the meeting point with pencil or a small tear and then measure the length with a standard ruler.
It is probably best to measure your wrist at its broadest, particularly if you are going to be wearing multiple bracelets. This measurement is your wrist size – not your bracelet size – allowance will need to be made for the bead sizes and for your preferred fit.
Once you know the actual wrist size you then decide how you would like the bracelet to fit... do you like to wear yor bracelets tight or loose. You also need to take into account the size of the beads in the bracelet you are ordering. If t
Like to wear something unique to you? I am always happy to make customised orders. Have you seen a bracelet that you like, but you want it in a different colour or with a different joiner? Please let me know! I enjoy making things a little different.
For longevity of your bracelet(s) I advise that you avoid getting it wet as this may result in a loss of colour coating to the beads over time. I also suggest that you avoid wearing your bracelets whilst doing activities that involve heavy perspiration. I select high quality beads, but they are not indestructible so please treat them gently. Some of the crystal elements may contain lead so please keep them away from children or pets. I use strong thread and the know is well concealed and hidden, but like most things, if treated roughly, your bracelet may break. I advise you to roll it gently over your hand when putting it on and taking it off. Tightly strung beads may hug the thread, gently readjust to conceal the cord again.
Wristocracy jewellery will arrive in a small fabric bag. I will happily gift wrap on request.