Princely purple colored Amethyst round beads and silver-plated wavy spacers are used to create this beautiful bracelet. I have used a pair of Lavender colored lighter Amethyst beads to create a matching necklace. The large round toggle is made of silver-plated lead-free Pewter with a hammered finish. Do you love the color purple? I do!
Amethyst is the birthstone for February and Wednesday's stone. Purple Amethyst worn as jewelry keeps the wearer calm, sober and stable, also helping to alleviate anxiety. Europeans consider Amethyst to signify faithful lovers and is a favorite gift to a loved one on St. Valentine's Day.
Length: 7.25 inches. Guide to sizing Bracelets: Using a measuring tape, measure snugly (not too tight) around the wrist just below the wrist bone. For adults add 1/2 to 3/4th inch to the measurement to determine the bracelet length. Bracelet can be re-sized, please email me.
Beading Wire: 0.19"/49 strand white-coated stainless steel professional quality beading wire with sterling silver crimps, and crimp covers.
Bead size: 10 mm deep purple and 6 mm Lavender Amethyst beads.
Earrings: 1.5 inches from your piercing on sterling silver ear wires.
Care: Clean with soft fabric, or non-abrasive polishing cloth. Avoid direct contact with perfumes, hairspray, and deodorants. Jewelry should be worn after application of cosmetics. Store wrapped in soft fabric or sealed in plastic bag.
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