Blue Amazonite Gemstone Microweave Bracelet: these beaded gemstone bracelets are unique one-of-a-kind creations. They are stylish and durable on their own or stack them with one of our woven bracelets for a more complete look. These bracelets are made to withstand outdoor activities and are water-friendly. This style is the microweave (smaller 4mm faceted beads) and is more delicate and dainty. We also offer the larger Blue Amazonite Gemstone Bracelet (with 6mm round beads), Blue Amazonite Woven Drop Earrings, and the matching Blue Amazonite Gemstone Microweave Anklet.
To ensure a proper fit, we strongly recommend measuring your actual wrist and ordering a size that will fit as snug as possible, as some stretching/settling (up to 1/4″) will occur. Note: Our microweave bracelets and anklets are smaller and thinner, greater care should be taken to avoid potential damage.
- Small – fits up to a 6.5″ wrist.
- Medium – fits up to a 7″ wrist.
- Large – fits up to a 7.5″ wrist.
Please contact us for sizes larger than 7.5″.
Amazonite (sometimes called “Amazon stone”) is a green variety of microcline feldspar.
The name is taken from that of the Amazon River, from which certain green stones were formerly obtained, but it is doubtful whether green feldspar occurs in the Amazon area.
Amazonite is a mineral of limited occurrence. Formerly it was obtained almost exclusively from the area of Miass in the Ilmensky Mountains, 50 miles southwest of Chelyabinsk, Russia, where it occurs in granitic rocks. More recently, high-quality crystals have been obtained from Pike’s Peak, Colorado, where it is found associated with smoky quartz, orthoclase, and albite in a coarse granite or pegmatite. Crystals of amazonite can also be found in Crystal Park, El Paso County, Colorado. Other locations in the United States which yield amazonite include the Morefield Mine in Amelia Courthouse, Virginia. It is also found in pegmatite in Madagascar, Canada, and in Brazil.
The Healing Energies, Metaphysical Properties, Legendary Uses and Meaning of Amazonite (opens in a new window)