We just love the milky, soft purple color of this powerful Chakra stone - Phosphosiderite.
We are excited to offer this stunning Soft Purple Phosphosiderite bracelet in solid 14 KT Solid gold and .925 Sterling Silver. Simple yet elegant bracelet and it's super easy to wear alone or stacked with other bracelets. The soft violet purple color is absolutely magnificent and rare in natural stones!
The elegance of Phosphosiderite is undeniable and elusive. In this dressy Phosphosiderite bracelet, it is no different. This Phosphosiderite is particularly rich in its soft purple color. We've surrounded the gorgeous Phosphosiderite pear-shaped cabochon in Solid 14 KT gold - backplate and bezel - for lifetime durability and rich beauty that the stone deserves - the half-round cuff is .925 Sterling Silver.
This bracelet is also available also in Green Jade and Aquamarine (as seen in photo). This listing is for ONE bracelet.
Look for coordinating earrings.
Phosphosiderite Pear 6X9mm
Bracelet top (featuring stone - solid 14 kt Gold) - 10X13mm
Choose your size
Half-round cuff -.925 Sterling Silver
Phosphosiderite is a stone of healing and works wonders with the Heart and Third Eye chakras to balance these energy centers and allow one to gain a better understanding of one's spiritual path.
*About Sizing -- some personal preference may be involved but generally:
Extra Small: 5 - 5.5 inch wrist
Small: 5.5 - 6 inch wrist
Medium: 6 - 6.5 inch wrist
Large: 6.5 - 7 inch wrist
Extra Large: 7 - 7.5 inch wrist
At Linda Blackbourn Jewelry, I've tried my best to describe everything as accurately as possible -- in words and photos. All jewelry designs are created using natural gemstones and metals. Gemstones and pieces vary, of course, as do computer monitor screens, so there may be minor discrepancies. Our best is done to represent colors and markings in our photos.
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At Linda Blackbourn Jewelry, I've tried my best to describe everything as accurately as possible -- in words and photos. Gemstones vary, of course, as do computer monitor screens, so there may be minor discrepancies.
Materials: Stone, Silver, Gold.