Shadows of the Secret Garden Bracelet
Shadows of the Secret Garden Bracelet

Shadows of the Secret Garden Bracelet

Regular price $ 295.00 Sale price $ 265.00

Dark and delightful - a wonderful combination of shapes form the links of this oxidized sterling silver bracelet. Butterfly impressions and stones accent the links and are held together in the middle by large onyx. Original sterling silver clasp is accented with zircon stones.

Each piece is 100% hand-crafted, unique and may vary slightly.

This bracelet is part of a set: Shadows of the Secret Garden Necklace, Ring and Earrings.

Oxidized Sterling Silver 925, Hematite, Onyx, Zircon.

Many cultures associate the butterfly with the soul. The Christian religion sees the butterfly as a symbol of the resurrection. Around the world, people view the butterfly as representing endurance, change, hope, and life. It is associated with powerful transformation, renewal, lightness of being and the world of the soul or psyche.
Hematite is a stone of healing, grounding, fortune telling, meditation, stabilization and protection. In spiritual work, hematite is an excellent stone to help keep you connected to the Earth plane so that your spiritual travels can be done safely and things learned can be brought back to daily life more easily.
Black Onyx is associated with self control, decision making, intuition and protection. It is widely believed that it can change your habits. Black onyx is regarded as a powerful protection stone as it absorbs negative energy which, according to ancient legend, accounts for the stone's dark color. In the Indian tradition it is said to help people forget about their past and bring them in tune with the present.
Since the Middle Ages, zircon has been believed to encourage spiritual growth and to promote wisdom. It is said that those who wear zircon will find beauty and peace. Zircon found in Australia is the oldest mineral on earth: 4.4 billion years.

Bracelet Length: 7 1/2 in 

Onyx Size: 1 x 3/4 in

Bracelet Weight: 29 g

Designer: Nikolay Sardamov