NOVICA Dyed Black and Green Onyx Macrame Shambhala Style Bracelet, Adjustable, 'Protective Tranquility', womens Item Sku:
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An original NOVICA fair trade product in association with National Geographic.
Includes an official NOVICA Story Card certifying quality & authenticity.
NOVICA works with Ritu to craft this item.
Includes an original NOVICA jewelry pouch to keep for yourself or give as a gift.
A keepsake treasure designed to be loved for years to come.
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About this item: Ritu honors Buddhist meditation practices with the design of this shamballa bracelet. Meaning "bliss" in Sanskrit, the shamballa bracelet symbolizes tranquility, peace and happiness - the oneness of all. Ritu expertly knots the cotton bracelet by hand with macramé techniques and crowns it with natural black and enhanced green onyx, believed to protect against negativity. Bracelet knotted from waxed cotton thread, with an adjustable drawstring clasp. Bracelet is adjustable between 6.5" and 9.5" in length. It measures .4" wide. Black onyx is natural. Green onyx has been heat-treated to achieve a green hue.
About our Artist: Hi, I'm Ritu Aggarwal, and I was born in Jaipur, popularly known as the pink city. But did you know that it is also called the City of Gems? For me, to be in the field of jewelry is like being in dreamland for I have always wanted to be connected to this wonderful world of gems and jewelry. I grew up here and had a lot of fun. The vibrant and architectural beauty of the city is a sight to enjoy. I remember spending our weekend time in the park and strolling around the monuments. This always took us to the ancient era of kings and queens. Though I have always been fascinated by the art of jewelry, I never got to actually be in the field until I got married. Many people in Jaipur have a long lineage in crafts and trade, which has been handed down from generation to generation. And my husband is one of them. His family has worked in the design and crafting of jewelry for many years and, when I married him, I was exposed to its vast and enigmatic beauty. I would spend endless time watching them work. It was a...