For the royal, blue stretch bracelet set with Lapis, Sodalite and sparkling Czech crystals.
Each hand-strung bracelet is constructed with double extra thick, durable stretch cord.
This bracelet stack measures 6.5 inches.
Sodalite is not only beautiful but also very powerful. In case you didn’t know it yet, sodalite is known as the Poet’s Stone because it can help you express all the things that you want to say in the best way possible.
It’s an effective stone to end arguments or disagreements.
There will be increased awareness and clearer visions, too. Any false illusions will be removed from the picture. This stone can act as a bridge that will help you make sense of your thoughts and feelings.
It’s a stone that symbolizes knowledge and communication. It stands for efficiency as well.
There’s more to sodalite than meets the eye.
Its healing energies not only cleanse your aura and remove the bad feelings in your heart, it can also help in healing the human body!
Lapis Lazuli is one of the most sought after stones in use since man's history began. Its deep, celestial blue remains the symbol of royalty and honor, gods and power, spirit and vision. It is a universal symbol of wisdom and truth.
Lapis is an excellent stone for executives, journalists, and psychologists, stimulating wisdom and good judgment in the practical world. It aids intellectual analysis in archeologists and historians, problem solving for lawyers, and creates new ideas for inventors and writers. [Mella, 129-133]
Lapis Lazuli is a powerful crystal for activating the higher mind and enhancing intellectual ability. It stimulates the desire for knowledge, truth and understanding, and aids the process of learning. It is excellent for enhancing memory.
In ancient times Lapis Lazuli was most highly regarded because of its beautiful color and the valuable ultramarine dye derived from it. Its name comes from the Latin lapis, "stone," and the Persian lazhuward, "blue." It is rock formed by multiple minerals, mostly Lazurite, Sodalite, Calcite and Pyrite, and is a rich medium to royal blue with gold flecks (pyrites). Lower-grade Lapis is lighter blue with more white than gold flecks, and is sometimes called denim Lapis.
Lapis Lazuli was among the most highly prized tribute paid to Egypt, obtained from the oldest mines in the world, worked from around 4000 B.C. and still in use today. Referenced in the Old Testament as sapphire (unknown in that part of the ancient world), Lapis Lazuli is most likely the fifth stone in the original breastplate of the High Priest, as well as those of later times.