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Tenacious Lynx - Single Stretch Bracelet

$26.00
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Note: Gemstones are naturally occurring and as such colours and patterns will vary in each bracelet. Each bracelet is unique and may not be exactly as pictured.

I'm not going to lie, 2020 has been a challenging year for so many reasons, but we Fierce Lynxes persevere. That's why I created the Tenacious Lynx bracelet.

This single stretch gemstone bracelet features Green Lodalite Quartz, which is also known as Garden Quartz because the pretty mineral inclusions sometimes resemble tiny gardens. The side-drilled Lodalite nuggets range from virtually clear crystal Quartz to mossy gree, to rosy granite.

I don't often combine gemstones with Czech Glass beads in my stretch bracelet, but in this case, I've alternated pale green faceted Czech beads with smoke (black and silver) fire polished glass beads.

I finished this bracelet with a Ginko Leaf charm from Tierra Cast (a fabulous US metal jewelry designer). I chose the Gingko leaf to represent tenacity as it is known as the 'Living Fossil' plant. Modern-day Gingko plants are recognizably similar to fossils dating back 270 million years. Now that's tenacious!

Tenacious Lynx is perfect for those of us who need to remember to hang in there or for your favourite garden-lover. 

ABOUT FIERCE LYNX STACKABLE STRETCH BRACELETS:

  • Single stretch bracelets can be worn alone or added to your favourite bracelet stack. 
  • Stretch bracelets accommodate a range of wrist sizes from 6.5-7.5 inches
  • larger or smaller sizes are made free of charge on request (just leave a note with your wrist size when you checkout)
  • metal accent beads are Stainless Steel and nickel/lead-free alloy
  • Handmade in New Brunswick, Canada

THIS BRACELET LOOKS GREAT WITH:

ABOUT THE GEMSTONES:

Lodalite Quartz – Ladolite Quartz is Crystal Quartz with a bonus – the addition of other minerals or inclusions. These can include Feldspar, Hematite, Chlorite, and more. These inclusions often create delicate patterns that resemble scenes or even tiny gardens, giving it its other name, Garden Quartz. Lodalite Quartz has long been used in funerary rites, and mediation and, when shaped into a lens is also known as Seer or Shaman Quartz.