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Lapis lazuli bracelet sterling silver

This bracelet is delicately hand crafted with fine natural Lapis Lazuli with sterling silver, celebrating feminine refinement with a modern and contemporary sense of aesthetics.

  • Bracelet with natural gemstone Lapis lazuli
  • Material: Sterling silver
  • Hand made beaded bracelet on a solid wire
  • Lapis lazuli: December's birthstone, Third eye Chakra
  • Unique design created and handcrafted by Mi Cielo London, Copyrights reserved 2020.
  • Made in London, United Kingdom

The Collection

This collection, Les Précieuses, is a delicate hand crafted serie of bracelet with fine natural gemstones with sterling silver, symbolizing the concept of feminine elegance.

The Collection: Sur un fil d'or

Sur un fil d'or is limited edition of necklace and bracelet, handcrafted with a beautiful gold-filled chain. Each stone is delicately beaded to the chain, but they remain free to move all around the chain enhancing their sparkling color and shine.

Lapis lazuli stone meaning

  • December's birthstone: Sagitarius

  • Third Eye Chakra

  • Lapis lazuli symbol: Truth - Balance - Justice

Lapis Lazuli is one of the most sought-after stones in use since man's history began. Its deep, celestial blue remains the symbol of royalty and honor, gods and power, spirit and vision. It is a universal symbol of wisdom and truth.

Lapis lazuli stone healing properties and benefits

Lapis lazuli stone encourages self-awareness, allows self-expression, and reveals inner truth, providing qualities of honesty, compassion, and morality to the personality. Lapis lazuli stimulates objectivity, clarity and encourages creativity. Lapis Lazuli assists to confront and speak one's truth and inspires confidence.

In Ancient Egypt, pharaohs favoured lapis lazuli, and judges wore emblems of Maat, the goddess of truth, made from the stone.

The name “lapis lazuli” means “blue stone.” The gorgeous blue color of lapis lazuli has also attracted the attention of artists for thousands of years. Ancient Egyptians also used it to create blue cosmetics. In the Renaissance, painters ground the stone to make ultramarine, a blue pigment used for skies and seas.

 

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