Polished Onyx Beaded Bracelet
Polished Onyx Beaded Bracelet
Polished Onyx Beaded Bracelet
Polished Onyx Beaded Bracelet
Polished Onyx Beaded Bracelet
Polished Onyx Beaded Bracelet
Polished Onyx Beaded Bracelet
Polished Onyx Beaded Bracelet
Polished Onyx Beaded Bracelet

Polished Onyx Beaded Bracelet

Regular price $30.00

Our most classic beaded bracelet is our onyx beaded bracelet. This style is polished for a dressier look.  It is unisex in design.  It compliments whatever you are wearing and looks sharp against almost any color. It is our go to beaded bracelet and looks great stacked with other bracelets.

Onyx is known as "The Teacher of Self Mastery" for protection, inner strength and discipline.  These stones are sourced from many different places throughout the world as they are very common.  Our stones come from southeast Asia.

With each purchase you will receive a card with the above information to go along with the beaded bracelet.  Your purchase will arrive in one of our canvas drawstring bags ready for gift giving or for a special treat for yourself.

Select from the following focal beads:
-silver sugar skull
-gold sugar skull
-silver hex nuts
-gold hex nuts
-silver Celtic heart

-gold Celtic heart

As with all our designs, the workmanship on this bracelet is guaranteed for one year from the date of purchase.

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All of our beaded bracelets are strung on durable elastic for the perfect fit and they come in 3 sizes.
-small size fits a child's wrist that is usually 5.5-6", ages 6-15, or if you have a very small wrist.
-medium size is a one size fits most and fits a wrist size that measures 6-6.5". It is our most popular size and fits both women and men. Especially if men want a tighter fit where the beaded bracelet does not move around. 
-large size fits a wrist size that measures 7-7.5". Usually men with large hands and or large wrists select this size.
To determine your bracelets size, measure your wrist with a flexible tape measure (you can use a string and measure it) just above your wrist bone where you typically would wear a watch.