The Celtic Dragon
Celtic infinity love knot black leather bracelet with obsidians (a.k.a. Dragonglass) gemstones! Looks great on everyone! Perfect for Him, for Her, For Couples! Also available in tiger eye and matte onyx stones!
Obsidian (a.k.a. dragon glass) is a volcanic rock that is born of fire! It is said to be stone of protection, a grounding stone that calms and soothes, provides strength and compassion. Wear obsidian to bring wisdom, peace of mind, and balance for the body, mind and spirit.
Onyx is known as a stone of success, happiness and good fortune. It imparts personal strength and self-confidence.
Tiger's eye has been carried as a talisman for centuries to protect against ill-wishing and negativity. Pyrite is known as a stone of strength, energy, vitality, a powerful shielding, protective stone.
Obsidian: protection, strength, compassion, clarity; base chakra
Tiger' Eye: protection, success, courage, intuition, balance; solar plexus chakra
Onyx: success, strength, happiness and good fortune; base chakra
Materials: obsidian stones, tiger eye stone 8 mm; matte onyx stones 8 mm; black leather rope 3 mm, cotton rope 2 mm
Each bracelet is adjustable up to 2 inches in length.
"Yesterday is already a dream and tomorrow is only a vision, but today well-lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope." ~ Sanskrit Proverb
<<Hier n’est qu’un rêve et demain n’est qu’une illusion. Mais un aujourd’hui bien vécu fait de chaque hier un rêve de bonheur et de chaque demain une vision d’espoir.>>
-- Proverbe Sanskrit
Bracelet Size Wrist Measurement
X-Small 5” to 6" or (127 mm to 152 mm)
Small 6" to 6.5" or (152 mm to 165 mm)
Medium 6.5" to 7" or (165 mm to 178 mm)
Large 7" to 7.5" or (178 mm to 190 mm)
X-Large 7.5" to 8.5" or (190 mm to 216 mm)
How to measure your wrist size:
With palm facing up, open your hand, please measure your wrist by wrapping a soft measuring tape, snuggly around your wrist, then note the measurement.
Alternatively, you can also wrap a piece of Non-stretch string or a strip of paper snuggly around your wrist, then note the measurement with a ruler.