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Handcrafted Genuine Maroon Vegetal Leather Bracelet with Firuze Stone-Unisex Gift Fashion Jewelry Natural Stone Cuff Wristband

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Handcrafted Genuine Maroon Vegetal Leather Bracelet with Firuze Stone-Unisex Gift Fashion Jewelry Natural Stone Cuff Wristband.
100% handmade quality vegetal leather bracelet design.
Cutting, dying, braiding and stitching by hand.
Each bracelet is made adjustable with a flexible copper insert and finished with hand stitching.
Each product is one of a kind.
Size: Small to Large ( Ladies size )
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Turquoise, also known as Firuze, is a non-transparent (opaque) blue-green stone. It is used in the production of many jewelries from the ancient Egyptian age. The Turquoise Stone is also a symbol of peace. Turquoise increases the balance when used with silver.
Agate forms when microscopic quartz crystals are deposited in layers, often banded with members of quartz, chalcedony or jasper. All Agates are grounding, calming cleansing and protective. They are also harmonizing, and as such can be used to balance male-female energy, and balance the physical, emotional, intellectual and etheric planes. Agates help with self-confidence issues, improve concentration, and ease emotional trauma. There are many forms of agate with additional properties.
ABOUT VEGETAL LEATHER : Vegetable tanned leather refers to the tannage, or method of tanning the cowhide into leather. It's called “vegetable” because of the natural materials used in the tanning process like tree bark. Vegetable tanning or veg tan as it's sometimes called, is one of the oldest methods of tanning known to man. What makes vegetable tanning so unique making. Vegetable tanned leather also tends to age better and develops a rich patina over time. And it has that awesome classic leather smell. Sun exposure, daily handling, water, and conditioning give natural vegetable tanned leather a rustic look over time. For conditioning the leather, you can use natural oils and beeswax. Also we would suggest something like leather balm. As it says on the can, it waterproofs, restores, and protects.