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Lapis lazuli beaded wrap bracelet, 'Stones of Destiny' - Lapis Lazuli Beaded Wrap Bracelet from Guatemala Curate

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Stones of Destiny Lapis Lazuli Beaded Wrap Bracelet from Guatemala

Beaded by hand with stones of lapis lazuli and pieces of reconstituted turquoise... more

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Beaded by hand with stones of lapis lazuli and pieces of reconstituted turquoise alongside an array of turquoise-colored glass beads, this stunning wrap bracelet is designed by Guatemalan artisan Cristobal Ramirez. He uses two lengths of nylon cord that wrap the wrist, closing with a button. Says the artisan, "Throughout life you will encounter different obstacles and moments of happiness. I represent all of this in my bracelets, where each large bead represents those moments, every single one of them an important life lesson."

  • 22 grams
  • 0.78 oz
  • Bracelet: 92.71 cm L x 0.9 cm W
  • Bracelet: 37" L x 0.4" W
  • Fits wrist size: 16.51 cm L
  • Fits wrist size: 6.5" L

  • Dyed lapis lazuli, reconstituted turquoise, glass beads, nylon cord
  • Color(s) may vary slightly
  • Button clasp
  • Free Jewelry Packaging? Yes
  • Premium Jewelry Gift Box? Yes
  • Made in Guatemala.
  • Certified and shipped by our office in Central America
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Cristobal Ramirez

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Handcrafted beaded jewelry

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