Solazur bracelet "Airlann" --- Good luck charm. Artistic. Comfortable to wear.
This design is made specially to celebrate St Patrick's day. I made sure it has the Irish shamrock and the flag colours also, for anyone who's looking for a stand out, different and authentic bracelet. :-)
By mixing copper with few seed beads and adding this pretty green clover bead, it gives you another reason to wear copper for its benefits and to wear a small lucky charm token with you every day :-)
It is a unisex design, can be worn on its own or accompanied by a minimalist bracelet, watch or another beaded bracelet. Yours to decide :-)
Solazur bracelets are designed to be eye catching, for you to connect with it and most of all, to be comfortable to wear.
Bracelet is made with 4mm solid copper beads, few cube glass beads and one oval Shamrock bead. On quality durable stretch cord. The copper beads are not treated with any anti-tarnish chemicals.
Note: Copper is one of the two* gifts for the 7th year of wedding anniversary. (*the other material is wool)
I has been used in jewelry making since antiquity. And is also my favorite metal to work with. :-)
***Good to know:
A shamrock is a young sprig, used as a symbol of Ireland.
The shamrock is still associated with Saint Patrick's Day, which has become the Irish national holiday, and is observed with parades and celebrations worldwide. The custom of wearing shamrock on this day is still observed and depictions of shamrocks are habitually seen during the celebrations.
Remember, copper's beauty is all in its vintage look. It is not gold, therefore, love its uniqueness :-)
Every item is made to order. I make each bracelet myself, one bead at a time; I make sure all beads are free of defect and I double check that all is good prior to be shipped to its owner. :-)
Bracelet made and posted on March 10th, 2021
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