Two New Bracelets

Now available in my shop:

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This one may look familiar since I made one very similar for myself, see it here.

Fuschia… Pomegranate… Petunia… Whatever you want to call it, these fossil beads are so vibrant in color they’re bound to put you right into the holiday spirit. Complementary Swarovski crystals and sterling silver findings add elegance. The silver plated floral clasp rounds out the feminine touch.

7 1/2″ from end to end

And that’s snow that you see under the bracelet.  We’ve had a couple dustings and some pretty cold temperatures, 11 degrees one morning replaced by 58 degrees two days afterwards.  I call it Global Confusion.

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Tiny blossoms engraved in pewter protected by red jasper. Sterling silver findings and a sterling silver clasp.

8″ from end to end.

Red Jasper Gemstone meaning

A strong protection gemstone, red jasper is known to protect against hazards of the night. Red jasper is very lucky for actors. Jasper is one of the oldest known gemstones. It is mentioned in the Bible several times. Jasper is a strong securing gemstone. It is a stability gemstone. It is a powerful protection against things that are not good for you and it eases emotional stresses, making it a wonderful gemstone to have in your home.

Jasper gives one the courage to speak out and have personal independence. It also protects from fears in the night. Red jasper is thought to help balance the energy in the body. All jaspers help balance the emotional energy in the body.
Healing properties of Jasper

Jasper comes in many colors. All colors of Jasper will help balance the vibrations of the body. Jasper is slow to show a change to the person, but is such a basic “good” stone that one should always have it on hand.

Red Jasper helps with the sense of smell. It also promotes physical energy.

I have one more bracelet to list but it didn’t photograph well the last sunny day that we had. Looks like I may have to wait until Saturday.

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