We are excited to announce the next of our new mixed stone bracelets, the Mixed Duo. The Mixed Duo is a combination of Picture Jasper and Bronzite, popular with Hebrew, Assyrian, Greek, Roman and Persian civilizations. We chose these two stones as we believe combined they look great together and have important complementary attributes for today’s Modern Warrior. We look at the members of our Brotherhood, and we see the sort of men who want to achieve the goals they set themselves. For every goal, there are many challenges we...

Mahogany Obsidian: Sacrifices to the Sun God Mahogany Obsidian is produced when lava cools, much like other types of Obsidian. However, the difference with Mahogany Obsidian comes when a second lava flow rich in iron merges with the first lava flow. As it cools, it creates a patchy red and black effect in the stone. Mahogany Obsidian was commonly used by Incan civilizations. The Incas believed they were brought into existence from the Sun God; they regarded themselves as the ‘Children of the Sun.' They made a lot of sacrifices...

Today we are introducing one of our mixed stone bracelets. Our mixed stone bracelets not only look amazing, due to their color combinations, but they also have great meaning.We’ve chosen the stones for our mixed bracelets, so they offer complementary attributes that we think are essential for today’s Modern Warrior. These attributes are a collection of the beliefs from multiple different ancient warrior civilizations.Our first mixed bracelet is the Obsidian, Chrysanthemum and Rhyolite bracelet. On their own, each stone has been used for thousands of years by North American, Japanese...

Gold plated jewelry is very popular at the moment, and so I thought it would be interesting for you guys to tell you a little bit about gold plating and what to look for when buying gold plated jewelry. And then talk about how we handle our gold plating at Aurum Brothers.
Click here to read our gold plated jewelry guide.
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