The Turquoise Bracelet 

 

I’ve created this absolutely stunning turquoise chips natural gemstone and sterling silver findings and toggle clasp bracelet 

I’ve used cream knotting silk to sew the beads through the entire bracelet and it stays so strong , so no fear of it breaking 

All the findings and toggle closure are made from sterling silver , this bracelet is simple but a conservation piece too.

I can resize and make to order of the buyers request.

All my jewellery comes with a soft cotton jewellery pouch 

 

Turquoise Meaning

Plunge right into soft still sky-blue waters and cleansing calm energy as you say yes to all that Turquoise has to bring to the table. This beautiful blue stone simmers with all the shades of the ocean, connecting to the throat chakra so you can speak your truth, and ensuring that your inner critic stays shushed.

With natural shades as pale and clear as the milky way, this sacred stone is dipped in shades of sacred blue-green to bring an extra layer of spiritual cleansing. Blue is the color that calms the soul, that reminds us of the flow of water, the cleansing energy of the earth, and the surge of energy that can come from deep within. With a name from the old French that means Turkish, perhaps in reference to its rich Persian history, the blue Turquoise stone is all about cleansing negative energy and bringing good fortune. 

This stone comes from as far as the winter corners of Nova Scotia to the parched dunes of Namibia, and it brings with it a low humming vibration. Turquoise of a greener hue is also found in the mountainous lands of Tibet. It’s been discovered in the wide and open Mojave desert in California, and in other areas of the USA where Apache mines invited the watery stone to flow out of the earth and into people’s hands.

Turquoise is one of the oldest healing stones in history. For centuries it has served as a healing tool for whole civilizations. It was one of the first gemstones to ever be mined and dates back to 6000 BC in the Sinai Peninsula of Egypt. The ancient Egyptians would bury their dead with Turquoise and even over in Iran and other Persian shores, this stone was known to have great spiritual value. In Mexico, the Aztecs too saw something special in the Turquoise gemstone and often used it when handcrafting beautiful masks. In our more modern world, Turquoise is synonymous with Native American culture, and the Navajo and Zuni people often use it to curate beautiful amulets, talismans, pendants, rings, bracelets, and even belt buckles.

For those who want to make the most of this clear-headed cleansing stone, here’s how to turn to Turquoise for deep healing every single day.

 

All my handmade designs have a custom dandelion wish ceramic tag as a charm , can be worn with the jewellery or used separately 

 

This bracelet measures 

 

£29.00 plus P&P Signed For Delivery Only 

 

Worldwide shipping welcome International Tracked and Signed for delivery only 

Sterling silver /Turquoise Bracelet

£29.00Price
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