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Seraphinite Gemstone Charm Bracelet
Seraphinite Gemstone Charm Bracelet
  • Description
  • Gemstone Energy
  • Charm Symbols
  • Zodiac
  • How to Select Size

Beautifully polished round gemstone beads of rare, natural, shimmery Seraphinite in a stylish, simply elegant stretchy bracelet. There are now 32 different charms  - 20 symbols plus 12 zodiac signs to choose from (see drop-down option box below to make your selection). The Peace Sign (#13) charm is shown in the example here.

Sturdy, invisible stretch cording makes this bracelet claspless, so it's easy to put on and take off.  This beautiful natural gemstone bracelet is available five sizes (Small, Medium, Large, plus Extra Small and Extra Large). The example pictured here is size Medium. Each piece is handmade with love by me (Eva Browning).  Package includes gemstone energy information and a voile drawstring pouch.

Please note: As these are natural stones, depth of color, translucence, size, and patterns in each stone may vary, though the item picture is representative of the quality you can expect. The metal elements in this bracelet (charm and connectors) are made of quality pewter and/or silver or rhodium plated zinc alloy metal.

Want a different charm than the one pictured? Just like my pendulums - I make these bracelets when you place your order. Just select the charm you want from the "Charm" option box below to customize your handcrafted gemstone charm bracelet. (See all charms in second and third photos above.)

Seraphinite is considered the premier healing stone of our age. This stone comes from only one place on earth, a region in Siberia and is known for its shimmering beauty as well as its powerful energies. Connected with the angelic realm, Seraphinite has high energy, promotes cellular regeneration, wholeness, and self healing. Named for the highest order of angels, Seraphim, seraphinite links the physical with the angelic and provides assistance in aligning oneself with angelic light. A catalyst for change, seraphinite allows outmoded patterns to dissolve, fall away and make way for new, more effective systems; it brings joy, enlightenment, dynamic balance. Seraphinite resonates with astrological sign Taurus.

  1. Angel - The word “angel” is derived from the Greek word “angelos”, which means “messengers”. Angels come in many forms, and can be protectors, messengers, or healers. In general, angels symbolize love, protection, guidance, faith, courage, compassion, purity and illumination. Because angels are not hindered by the boundaries between the spiritual and material worlds, they are ideally suited to deliver messages about peace, balance, healing, forgiveness, inspiration, tranquility, divine wisdom, joy, and love. In Tarot, an Angel represents a messenger with important information from the divine.
  2. Ankh - The Ankh is an ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic symbol that means "life" or "to live" - as well as "afterlife". It is regarded as a symbol for a key to the great mysteries of the universe. It's shape is derived from the union of two shapes: the round sun (the loop) as it kisses the earth's horizon (the horizontal line below the loop). The opening in the top of the Ankh is said to be a "portal" through which one can discover a shifted consciousness.
  3. Cat - Cats are resourceful creatures that represent clear perception, intuition, agility, and independence. They also symbolize change, flexibility, and adaptability - as well as curiosity, patience, intelligence, mystery, secrets, and psychic power. Cat energy reminds us to listen in our inner voice and to trust that when taking a leap of faith, we will land on our feet.
  4. Coin - This "coin" features Mercury, an Ancient Roman god, symbol for financial gain, commerce, eloquence, messages and communication. On the coin's flip side is an angel. As messengers, angels facilitate an essential connection between the physical and spiritual planes. They represent love, protection, courage, guidance, faith, compassion, purity and illumination.
  5. Dove - The Dove represents unconditional love, peace, grace, devotion, promise, hope, ascension, purity, tenderness, sacrifice, spirituality and divine connection. The dove is also considered to be a heavenly messenger - an emissary of divine wisdom. When carrying an olive branch, the dove ("peace dove") represents an offering of peace and goodwill.
  6. Feather - The feather is a symbol of "ascension". Ancient Egyptians believed that the worthiness of one's soul (and its ability to ascend) could be determined by comparing the weight of a feather to the weight of one's heart at death. Native American chiefs wore feathers to symbolize their communication with the divine and to signify celestial wisdom. Ancient Druids wore feathers to summon the sky gods and obtain celestial knowledge.
  7. Heart - The heart is symbol for the soul and for love. It represents sincerity, compassion, charity and mercy.
  8. Hamsa Hand - An ancient symbol, the "Hamsa Hand" crosses over several religious and cultural boundaries. Over many centuries, it has become a known universal symbol of protection. It protects against the "evil eye", a term that represents a broad range of negativity - including our own internal fears. The hand often has an eye in its center to ward off evil; this eye, also a symbol for protection. Hamsa is also known as the Hand of Fatima, Hand of Miriam, and Hand of Mary.
  9. Key - Keys are practical, everyday items we all relate to on some level as they provide access to things or areas secured by locks. As a symbol, a key represents the opening or discovering of that which is hidden, secret, or guarded. This motif is often used to represent the process of accessing or uncovering spiritual knowledge and/or wisdom. Keys are also associated with the concept of freedom, initiation rites and ceremonies.
  10. Labyrinth - A labyrinth is a unicursal path taken for the development of the soul. It's a symbol for wholeness, spiritual growth, emergence, connection to the source, evolution, initiation, and eternal freedom. Unlike a maze, a labyrinth has only one entrance and no branches. The entrance is also the exit. The labyrinth is a metaphor for one's journey into the inner self and back, bringing forth hidden truths in the process.
  11. Lotus - The Lotus is a symbol of transcendence, beauty, purity, enlightenment, and rebirth. The lotus grows from its muddy roots, up through the water, to blossom above the surface where it absorbs sunlight. This is a metaphor for the soul's journey and the human condition. We rise from the mud of materialism, through the waters of experience, to unfold in the warmth of the sun (enlightenment), unmuddied by our messy beginnings.
  12. Om - The word "Om" or "Aum" in Sanskrit means "sacred" and is said to be at the core of all creation. This symbol represents past, present, and future all at once - as well as any and all aspects that exist outside of these three views of time. If the whole universe is made up of vibrating, pulsating energy - then Om is the humming sound of this cosmic energy. Om is regarded as the original creative sound from which the entire universe was manifested.
  13. Peace Sign - Said to be first created in 1958 by a British artist, the "Peace Sign" was originally used as an emblem for the "Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament". Soon after it was adopted by peace activists in the United States and has since become recognized as a symbol for promotion of a non- violent option to resolving our troubles.
  14. Pegasus - Pegasus, a divine winged horse from Greek mythology, represents power, glory, mobility, and accomplishment. Its four legs symbolize grounded stability, its muscular body represents physical power, and its wings symbolize high aspirations.
  15. Sugar Skull - The skull represents protection, power, strength, good luck, mortality/immortality, ancestry, human potential, clarity, divine connection, intelligence, knowledge, wisdom, and secrets. The Sugar Skull is a motif that comes from Mexico's Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos), a joyful holiday that honors and celebrates the souls of ancestors and lost loved ones.
  16. Sun - The Sun represents life, cosmic power, strength, joy, energy, rejuvenation, opportunity, new beginnings, and light. The sun is also a symbol for "the self". In the Tarot, the sun can represent freedom, awareness, success, accomplishment and triumphant renewal. The sun is associated with masculine energy.
  17. Tree of Life - The Tree of Life is a universal symbol recognized by a vast array of cultures and traditions. It symbolizes wisdom, protection, strength, abundance, connection to earth, fertility, beauty, longevity and redemption. A powerful symbol for growth and development, the Tree of Life is also regarded as the life-giving source that provides shelter, sustenance and nourishment for the soul's journey to enlightenment.
  18. Turtle - The turtle symbolizes shelter, heaven and earth, feminine energy, mother earth, order, creation, stability, and longevity. A turtle's shell symbolizes heaven and its underside, earth. Turtle energy is grounding, patient, and mature. It encourages perseverance and honors longevity. Carrying its dwelling on its back, turtle is at home wherever it goes. Turtles remind us that the way to heaven is through the earth and to honor our deep connection to nature.
  19. Wing - Wings symbolize high aspirations, freedom, elevation, divinity, achievement of a higher state of being, bravery, as well as angels and fairies.
  20. Winged Heart - The heart is symbol for the soul and for love. It represents sincerity, compassion, charity and mercy. Wings symbolize high aspirations, freedom, elevation, divinity, achievement of a higher state of being, bravery, as well as angels and fairies. Putting these together, we have the Winged Heart, which symbolizes the freedom to love, feel, and courageously rise above the mundane to achieve one's full potential. It's a symbol for joyful optimism and a free spirit.

Zodiac birthdates and associated gemstones for each:

  • Aries - March 21 to April 19
    Aventurine, Bloodstone, Hematite, Kyanite, Clear Quartz
  • Taurus - April 20 to May 20
    Red Jasper, Carnelian, Kyanite, Rose Quartz, Seraphinite, Clear Quartz
  • Gemini - May 21 to June 21
    Howlite, Apatite, Clear Quartz
  • Cancer - June 21 to July 22
    Rainbow Moonstone, Moonstone, Carnelian, Clear Quartz
  • Leo - July 23 -August 22
    Mookaite, Carnelian, Garnet, Labradorite, Pyrite, Clear Quartz
  • Virgo - August 23 - September 22
    Moss Agate, Amethyst, Garnet, Clear Quartz
  • Libra - September 23 - October 22
    Rainbow Obsidian, Bloodstone, Kambaba Jasper, Kyanite, Prehnite, Rose Quartz, Sunstone, Clear Quartz
  • Scorpio - October 23 - November 21
    Botswana Agate, Charoite, Labradorite, Clear Quartz
  • Sagittarius - November 22 - December 21
    Sodalite, Smoky Quartz, Charoite, Labradorite, Lapis Lazuli, Clear Quartz
  • Capricorn - December 22 - January 19
    Tiger Eye, Amethyst, Apatite, Garnet, Rainbow Fluorite, Smoky Quartz, Clear Quartz
  • Aquarius - January 20 - February 18
    Angelite, Amethyst, Garnet, Hematite, Clear Quartz
  • Pisces - February 19- March 20
    Blue Lace Agate, Apatite, Bloodstone, Kambaba Jasper, Lapis Lazuli, Fluorite, Clear Quartz

This bracelet fits best if its worn just a tad bit loose on the wrist. This also allows the charm dangle nicely. To determine bracelet size, measure your wrist and add about 1/8". You can use a piece of string or even a piece of adhesive tape to help measure. Wrap string or tape around your wrist, remove and use a ruler to measure the length. Don't forget to add 1/8" for comfort. If your measurement lands in between two sizes, go with the larger size.

If this is a gift and you have to guess on size, most adults of average height and weight will wear a size medium. If this is for someone who's taller or heavier than an average adult, size large is probably best. If it's for someone who's fairly petite or fine-boned, I recommend size small. Extra small and extra large options are also available.

Bracelet sizes are as follows:

  • Medium (fits most wrists) 6.8" to 7"
  • Small 6.4" to 6.7"
  • Large 7.2" to 7.5"
  • Extra Small 6" to 6.3"
  • Extra Large 7.6" to 8"

Price: $27.00

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