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Peach Sunstone and rose gold bead bracelet – feminine and bridal

£29.90

Beautiful peach Sunstone and rose gold beads. Delicate and feminine, ideal for a bride and bridesmaids. Or wear it with jeans, the office or to a summer festival.

2 in stock

Product Description

Delicate and feminine, these 6mm Peach Sunstone faceted rounds glisten with hidden mysterious gold dust. The pastel peach shade is subtle yet a show stopper. Each gemstone in this bracelet is separated and enhanced by rose gold plated copper beads.This bracelet and can be worn day or night and the faceted beads reflect light with every movement. However, when you wear this bracelet in the daylight and admire the inner golden flecks of gold you will understand why ethereal Sunstone is  so enticing. This bracelet can be slipped on in the morning and just looking at it during the day will make you feel good about the wonders of nature.

The appearance of gold dust is actually copper in the Sunstone which make it sparkle and shimmer in the light.

Try stacking this bracelet with the smokey quartz bracelet- magic! This bracelet would be the ideal present for your mother, daughter, close friend or a special treat for yourself.

Bracelet measures 7″ – 7.5″ before tying and is made with durable stretch jewellery cord for a “one size fits most” style.

Try it with he matching earrings.

The gemstones are ethically mined.

Legends and Beliefs

It is thought that Sunstones are effective to help you if you suffer from the SAD disorder, as they bring warmth and strength while helping to relieve stress.

The ancient Egyptians believed Sunstone carries the energy of Ra, the sun god, whose energy brings all potential life from within the Earth. It is a Stone of Leadership – of personal power, freedom, and expanded consciousness. Reflecting the qualities of Light, it brings openness, benevolence and warmth, strength, mental clarity, and the willingness and ability to bestow blessings upon others.

Sunstone was used to honor Sekhmet, the Egyptian Goddess of War. She was the most powerful goddess of Lower Egypt, and is usually depicted with the head of a lion and the body of a beautiful woman.

Sunstone also honoured Cerridwen, the Welsh Goddess of Inspiration and Knowledge. She ruled the gifts of prophecy and magic, and powers death and rebirth. She is believed to be the guardian of spiritual transformation.

Sunstone and Moonstone together are often used in Solstice rituals, either on the altar of by having the priest wear sunstone and the priestess wearing moonstone, thus representing the balance of power between the physical, psychic and spiritual attributes.

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