Fluorite beach bracelet (01)
Highly protective, Fluorite may help to block electromagnetic stress. A stabilising stone it is wonderful for calming stress.
This bracelet is handmade with carefully selected 8mm crystal beads and a unique piece of pale aqua sea glass on a silver plated bail and is strung on strong, stretch elastic thread.
This collection is inspired by the joy we feel at being by the sea and the magic of discovery we experienced on those childhood visits to the beach. Celebrating the beauty of this shifting landscape, these tactile pieces are crafted with natural finds that invoke calm moments of being by the water.
Treasures of the Sea includes necklaces and stackable bracelets created with sea glass, pebbles and shells that I searched for and collected on the beautiful Porthmeor beach in Cornwall. Complemented with my staple natural gemstones, tactile fossil stones and with sterling silver charms featuring a wave stamp design the pieces can be mixed, matched and stacked and every piece is as unique as you are.
Choose to have your jewellery presented in either a box or organza bag.
*Please note I do not claim that these gemstones will heal you or cure you from disease. View them as a little comfort and support.
Size & Fit
A good way to find the size you need for my bracelets is to use a piece of string or measuring tape. Measure just below the wrist bone (tightly) and add 1cm. Then choose the closest size below:
Small: 6 - 6.25 inches around (15.3 cm - 15.9 cm around)
Medium: 6.5 - 6.75 inches around (16.5 cm - 17.2 cm around)
Large: 7 - 7.25 inches around (17.8 cm - 18.4 cm around)
Care & Cleansing
To keep your jewellery looking its natural best please follow the below tips
Rather than stretch the elastic, I recommend that you roll your bracelet on and off your wrist.
Never spray perfume onto your jewellery and avoid getting body lotions or suntan cream on it.
Please take your jewellery off before showering, bathing and taking a swim!
One of the easiest ways to cleanse and recharge your bracelet is to leave it in the moonlight by placing it on a windowsill overnight (a full moon is best).