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Sunken Treasure - Hackmanite Bracelet with Roman Glass

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Our Sunken Treasure Hackmanite Bracelet is a unique piece of history for your wrist.

Delicately handcrafted with an original Roman glass focal unearthed from the former Roman empire. The gemstone beads are Hackmanite, a rare mineral that changes colour when exposed to UV light, creating an ever-changing statement piece. 

The bracelet is finished with three recycled African glass beads handmade by a women's cooperative, yellow shell and pyrite-plated Hematite rondelles. Each of the limited edition bracelets is truly one-of-a-kind!

About the Collection:

Introducing Fierce Lynx Designs' exquisite handmade natural gemstone jewelry collection, inspired by the blissful essence of 'Summer at the Seaside.' As you explore this collection, you'll be transported to a world of sun-drenched beaches, gentle waves, and the vibrant colours of coastal landscapes. The jewelry captures the essence of summer, infusing every piece with a sense of joy, freedom, and adventure.


  • Single stretch bracelets can be worn alone or added to your favourite bracelet stack. 
  • Stretch bracelets accommodate a range of wrist sizes from 6-7 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


Hackmanite  - Also called the chameleon stone, Hackmanite is a rare mineral that can be found in shades of white, gray, blue, and pink. What makes it unique is that it's photosensitive, meaning it changes color when exposed to sunlight or UV light. Metaphysically, it's believed to have a calming effect on the mind and body and can help with emotional healing. Some people even use it to enhance their psychic abilities.

Hematite – This important component of iron is one of the most abundant minerals on Earth. Its name comes from the Greek word for blood, haima, and was associated with the god of war, Mars. Early warriors from Greece, Rome, and the indigenous populations of North America used crushed hematite as protection and ‘war paint.’ This highly metallic stone is a great reminder to ground yourself and remain determined and focused on your goals.

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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.