Bracelet Spirit Bead Mini Mix Sodalite Tiger eye

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Description

The Spirit Bead Mini Sodalite Tigereye bracelet is based on prayer beads and was translated into a Buddha to Buddha design with its iconic sterling silver lock. We love the gemstone beads for their beauty and spiritual meaning. This bracelet has sodalite stones alternated with tiger eye stones. Sodalite is a powerful stone that helps you to express all the things that you want to say and tiger eye is good for motivation and keeps the mind razor focused. The bracelet is handmade and timeless like all our jewellery and easily combines with leather or silver pieces. The mini spirit beads are smaller than the spirit bead bracelets.

Please note that the lock of this Spirit bead bracelet contains a magnet. This is not stainless and therefore important to avoid any contact with water (such as swimming & showering etc.) to prevent occurrence of rust around the magnet.

Attributes

More Information
Color Blue
Collection Spirit
Length mm 6
Lock Overig
Material Beads
Width mm 6
Gender Unisex

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