Stone History 


Black Mixed

Black Mixed

Inspired by the success, fearlessness and prestige of this all black Samurai we created our Black Mixed bracelet. As each of these black stones is found in Japan, this creation is the perfect reminder of the General Honda Tadakatsu's legacy.


Tiger Eye

Tiger Eye

In the late 16th century, Tiger’s Eye was more precious than gold. It was so rare and strikingly beautiful that only tribal leaders and their immediate family possessed it for their ceremonial or wardresses.





Sodalite

Sodalite

Sodalite was unlike anything else in ancient Caral. No other object in nature was the deep blue color of sodalite, and as it was exceptionally rare, it was the ultimate status symbol.


Hematite

Hematite

Upon victory, Roman Generals would take a piece of earth from the battlefield, and they would carry this into the next battle for luck. Soldiers knew that if polished, this red Hematite rock would turn into a shining dark silver





Obsidian & Matte Obsidian

Obsidian & Matte Obsidian

The obsidian mirror was the chief tool to connect with the gods and the underworld. A large piece of polished black obsidian measuring 3 feet in diameter made up the grand mirror of the high priest. Obsidian is what the gave the Aztec rulers their real power





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