Sterling Silver Chrysocolla Bracelets(27 items)
Featured Reviews on Sterling Silver Chrysocolla Bracelets
This is such an adorable bracelet! The silver links are quite fine and dainty and the stone links are such a beautiful green/teal colour. Chrysocola is my new favourite gemstone.
I love my new Bracelet
all the hand work is beautifully executed ~ Just perfectly made~ I will wear it with pride ! And thank you to Tiberio Gonzales
A Beautiful Bracelet
I love this Obsidian & chrysocolla cuff bracelet. The stones are substantial and the craftsmanship is superb. It will be perfect with many of my fall and winter outfits and I expect to wear it often.
Tiberio Gonzales Silver and gemstone jewelry
“My inspiration comes from the stones themselves. When I hold a gemstone in my hands, I see what that particular stone is best suited for and how to best develop it."
Popular Sterling Silver Chrysocolla Bracelets
Chrysocolla Sterling Silver Link Bracelet from Peru, "Seven Desires"$229.99
Seven rectangular links of chrysocolla glisten with desirous green hues along the length of this Peruvian bracelet by Tiberio Gonzales. Sterling silver houses each stone, with petite dot and rope motifs adorning the ends of each bezel.
Sterling Silver Chrysocolla Floral Link Bracelet Peru, "Athena's Flower"$159.99
Seven little flowers in sterling silver are featured along the length of this link bracelet by Tiberio Gonzales, who works with local artisans to craft beautiful pieces of jewelry like this one. He adds petite stones of chrysocolla to the bracelet, naming it after Athena, the Greek god of war.
Chrysocolla link bracelet, "Inca Heritage"$99.99
Depicted in low relief, ceremonial blades are a symbol of Peru. Each one depicts an ancient deity on the handle. Working in silver, Sissi Bernal crafts an elegant bracelet, set with blue-green chrysocolla. Her design fuses ancient and modern.
.925 Sterling silver
Chrysocolla and Sterling Silver Link Bracelet from Peru, "Green Branches"$179.99
Elegant branches of high-polish sterling silver encircle the wrist, linked together for a dainty bracelet from Peru. Edgar Ttica designs and crafts the bracelet, accentuating each link with two stones of natural chrysocolla.