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This bracelet of sublime elegance is designed by Rituu and crafted by hand, featuring a sterling silver Om charm and a maroon tassel. The stretch bracelet is centered by labradorite, amethyst, lapis, enhanced chalcedony, rose quartz, carnelian, garnet, smoky quartz, jade and onyx. The gems are chosen for their colors, for they correspond with the chakras, or energy vortexes that correspond to different parts of the body. The clear and light purple stones are associated with the 7th chakra (awareness and wisdom); the purple, violet and indigo gems with 6th chakra (insight and perception), and the blue or light blue with the 5th, that of communication and truth. Green and pink stones are for love and compassion, linked to the heart, on the 4th chakra. For inner power and will, the 3rd chakra is associated with yellow gems, whereas emotion and sexuality are linked to red and orange gems for the 2nd chakra. Black gems are used to stimulate the 1st chakra, that of stability and security.
.925 Sterling silver
Since childhood Rituu has been drawn to the rich history of Indian jewelry, particularly that of her native Jaipur. She married into a family of jewelry artisans who for generations have passed their skills down from elder to younger. Rituu's husband encouraged her to create her own jewelry and she persevered learning all she could. She now has a workshop where she teaches traditional jewelry making techniques to her employees.
Novica sales account for much of Rituu's income. They have helped her to survive a health crisis and to grow her business. She is now one of Novica's most successful Indian jewelery artisans. The stable income that Novica sales bring has profoundly impacted Rituu's life and the lives of her workers.
Rituu has struggled to overcome the crippling effects of osteoporosis and other bone ailments. It affected her business for a number of years but her determination has driven her forward and she has rebuilt her business in spite of her chronic health issues.
Rituu's husband encouraged her to start her own jewelry business. She has steadily grown her business and is now able to provide full-time employment to 25 other artisans most of whom are women.