Blue Opal & Sapphire Beaded Bracelet

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Product Description Our 10mm Blue Opal and Sapphire beaded bracelet looks great worn alone or by stacking with others. Each Sheryl Lowe design embodies a unique story of the raw beauty found in nature. Every piece is thoughtfully handcrafted with a genuine artisanal passion that defines the collection. Sheryl Lowe jewelry speaks to the adventurous side of the inner spirit, effortlessly igniting the authentic self. 1.5 carat weight diamond Handmade in California Care & Info Sheryl Lowe Jewelry is known for its unique sterling silver finish, sparkling diamonds and fine natural gemstones. These precious and rare materials require gentle care. Sterling silver jewelry naturally reacts to light, air, and environmental factors which can cause gradual color change, this is not damage and can even add to the beauty of a design. To remove any unwanted or extreme tarnish from developing, jewelry should be routinely worn then wiped with a polishing cloth before storing. Avoid wearing elastic bracelets in showers, pools, etc or anywhere they would be submerged in water, chlorine, etc as this could shorten the lifespan of the elastic and cause the bracelet to need restringing. Sizing 10mm 7 1/2 inches Meet The Designer A trained artist and dynamic creative with a lifelong passion for design, Sheryl Lowe draws inspiration from her Southern California upbringing surrounded by sand, surf, and the Sunset Strip. Growing up in the ‘70s, Sheryl first began making jewelry at a young age as a form of self-expression. Over the last decade, Sheryl has dedicated her career to jewelry design, honing her craft and perfecting her process. By fusing the healing energy of ocean and mountain landscapes with a fearless rocker point of view, her open-hearted spirit shines through each artisanal piece. Sheryl creates jewelry that invites women to find strength in pushing boundaries. Spirituality as well as introducing her customers to unique stones with special healing properties is important to Sheryl. She brings an individualistic point of view to her designs as she is always searching for unique gemstones outside what’s expected from traditional jewelry designers. Sourcing from diverse mines, hunting for antique or recycled stones and re-purposing previously used gems are all part of her design process.