"Labradorite had great mythical significance for Inuit tribes. That’s because some Inuit believed that the dancing lights of the Northern Lights are actually the dancing lights of their ancestors."

"Chronicles throughout history record the use of Agate for its protection, healing and calming properties."

"Ancient Mayan warriors used broad clubs that were stubbed along its edges by obsidian blades, named ‘macuahuitl’"

"Chrysanthemum is the official symbol of the Japanese Imperial family, the imperial seal is a Chrysanthemum and the Japanese throne is called the Chrysanthemum throne."

"The name Lapis Lazuli, means “stone of azure”. Lapis being Latin for “stone”, Lazuli originates from the Persian word lāzhward, which means “azure”."

"Native Americans believed that warpaint made from hematite stones would make their warriors invincible in battle."

"Tiger Eye has been used by various African Tribes. In one tribe, they decorate their warriors with a Tiger Eye amulet to emphasize their strength and courage."
How to measure your wrist

We get asked a lot by our customers on how to measure their wrist, so we wrote a little 'how-to'.

 When measuring your wrist, stay as close to your hand as possible, like so (the circumference in the picture is 6.5 inches.)

When ordering, please specify the exact number on the measuring tape, we will make sure your bracelets will fit you nicely. You can specify your wrist circumference in either centimeters or inches. Please also specify whether you prefer your bracelet a little looser or tighter.


For example:


If you don't have a measuring tape, use a piece of string to measure your wrist and lay the string back out on a ruler to get your measurement in inches or centimeters