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Copperopolis | 1-Piece Chunky Wood, Copper, Lapis Lazuli, Goldstone stretch bracelet

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Listing is for (1) Chunky 10mm Wood beads with copper spacers, *Lapis Lazuli, Goldstone 8mm, and Goldstone Millefiore

I sourced this Lapis Lazuil from a bead show and the seller told me it is mined in Afghanistan. It is rondelle cut and deep blue flecked with gold (Pyrite)

Lapis Lazuli is a stone of protection that may be worn to guard against psychic attacks, Lapis Lazuli quickly releases stress, bringing deep peace. It brings harmony and deep inner self-knowledge. Encourages self-awareness, allows self-expression and reveals inner truth, providing qualities of honesty, compassion and morality to the personality. Stimulates objectivity, clarity and encourages creativity. Lapis Lazuli assists to confront and speak one’s truth and inspires confidence. It bonds relationships, aiding in expression of feelings and emotions. Lapis Lazuli boosts the immune system, purifies blood, lowers blood pressure, cooling and soothing areas of inflammation. It alleviates insomnia and vertigo, and overcomes depression. Lapis Lazuli benefits the respiratory and nervous systems and the throat, vocal chords, and thyroid, cleanses organs, bone marrow and thymus.

Goldstone is a man-made glass that has copper flecks suspended in it. This gives the stone the illusion of sparkle. Known as the Stone of Ambition, Goldstone can help you achieve your goals with persistence and determination. No goal is too big or too small with Goldstone. When you decide that you want to achieve something, Goldstone’s energies will work with you to make it happen!

Millefiore is a glasswork technique which produces distinctive decorative patterns on glassware. The term millefiori is a combination of the Italian words "mille" (thousand) and "fiori" (flowers). Milefiori beads have been uncovered from digs dating apparently from the late 5th or early 6th century.