Men's Stone Bracelets(35 items)
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The Rugged Adventure bracelet is very unique in its design and the closure is secure. I really like the designs of Henry Anthony Sanny, they are comfortable and unobtrusive, the detail and imagination of each piece is an attention grabber.
Asmara Putra Handcrafted sterling silver and gemstone jewelry
"My father always suggested that I live a simple and humble life because life is not only for the present day, but also for a bright future."
"I watched him and my mother craft silver jewelry ever since I was a boy.... read more
Popular Men's Stone Bracelets
Green Quartz Beaded Stretch Bracelets from Brazil (Set of 3), "Verdant Trio"$19.99
Joias do Rio of Brazil presents a trio of stretch bracelets strung with green quartz chips. The bracelets highlight the beautiful hues that quartz is capable of, from a pale kiss of green like the flesh of an apple, to an earthy sage, to the darker shades of evergreen leaves.
Lava Stone Beaded Stretch Bracelet from Bali, "Planet Craters"$19.99
Resembling cratered planets, beads of natural lava stone encircle the wrist. Sang Ayu Sardiwati creates this beaded stretch bracelet. Representing artisans with physical disabilities, Bhakti Senang Hati presents this stunning accessory.
Balinese Unity Bracelet of Black Lava Stone with Silver 925, "Three Together"$39.99
Asmara Putra crafts a beautiful beaded bracelet to slip over the wrist. His original design carries a message of unity in the central bead that depicts three interlinked triangles. "Each one represents something," he says. "One stands for God, one for all of humankind and one for nature. If the three can unite and work together, the world could be a better place." Lava stones complement globes of sterling silver.
Lava Stone and Sterling Silver Beaded Stretch Bracelet, "Full Circle in Black"$34.99
Asmara Putra of Indonesia creates this lava stone beaded stretch bracelet. The bracelet has an accent bead in sterling silver. About his work, the artisan notes: “I really like Bali's engraving motifs, and I include them in most of the jewelry I craft.”