World Art Community

Please Wait...

Turquoise Semi Precious Stone Bracelet $9.17 SHIPPING & HANDLING: $20.00 DISCOUNT: $0.00 TIME TO DISPATCH: 2-4days AVAILABLE ITEMS: 1 DELIVERY METHOD: Courier




Material : turquoise chip beads, czech glass seed beads, bronze clasp
Dimension : 8 inches
Looking to add some boho touch to your collection? Then this vibrant turquoise semi-precious stone bracelet is just for you. This gorgeous bracelet has been made using turquoise chip beads in pastel shades and black Czech seed beads. I have hand woven it in high quality nylon thread and attached with bronze lobster clasp and extender chain. Length: 8 inches -Perfect for any season -Made using Russian spiral technique. -Spiral pattern -Fits snugly around the wrist. -Very light weight. -Lobster clasp for ease of wear -no metal parts except the clasp and rings -easy to maintain -durable -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Turquoise Semi Precious Stone: The look and feel of turquoise stones is truly unmatched. It is one of the most vibrant natural stones and evokes positive emotions. Usually associated with bohemian or boho fashion, turquoise stones are found in almost all types of boho jewelry. Turquoise is one of the oldest recognized gemstone, known for its healing properties. It is a symbol of serenity, protection, balance, strength, positive thinking and sensitivity. It is a birthstone of those born in December.

Country of Origin - India

ABOUT FusionCraft

Shop Logo

	 								I fell in love with beadweaving a few years back and haven’t stopped learning and creating since. I make necklaces, earrings and bracelets using many different beadwork techniques. I always use high quality Czech beads to make all the accessories. All metallic parts of the jewellery are zinc or brass based with silver or gold plating.

I use different types of beading techniques such as bead weaving, peyote stitch, Russian spiral, dutch spiral etc. so each piece of necklace is unique in its own way. Some jewellery is also made using clay and decoupage techniques. Since materials for making...
		 								Read More