Sunrise Shell Bracelet with Super Seven Quartz & Carnelian. This elegant woven bracelet features an amazing Sunrise Shell (roughly the size of a nickel) with Super Seven Quartz and Orange Carnelian accent beads. A Puka Shell clasp ensures wearability and loss prevention. Bracelets are made to withstand outdoor activities and are water-friendly.
All shells are found on Kauai, Hawaii. They are all hand-picked and have been carefully chosen to create beautiful and unique jewelry that can be worn as a forever piece.
Size: Medium (fits up to a 7″ wrist).
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Hawaiian Sunrise Shells are a beautiful sight to behold. Each one has unique splashes of pink, red, orange, yellow and purple shades, akin to what you would see during an actual Hawaiian sunrise. In fact, it is speculated that their common name may have arisen because of this asset or perhaps because they were once abundantly found on the shorelines in locations like Ke‘e Beach on Kauai at sunrise. Because of their increased consumer demand, however, now they are typically found only at depths from around 10 to 30 feet where collectors must dive for them.
What makes these beauties even more unique is that they are endemic to Hawai‘i and only found in waters surrounding the islands. Legends surrounding these shells claim that, in the past, they were only worn by ali‘i (Hawaiian royalty), though there has been no actual evidence proving this.
Source: https://www.hawaii.com/kauai/shopping/sunrise-shells/ (opens in a new window)
Super Seven Crystal:
Super Seven crystals are quartz crystals that encompass 7 different mineral variations that synergistically produce a therapeutic frequency far ahead. The seven minerals in super seven crystals are Amethyst, Cacoxenite, Clear Quartz, Geothite, Rutile, Smokey Quartz, and Lepidocrocite.
Carnelian (also spelled cornelian) is a brownish-red mineral commonly used as a semi-precious gemstone. Similar to carnelian is sard, which is generally harder and darker (the difference is not rigidly defined, and the two names are often used interchangeably). Both carnelian and sard are varieties of the silica mineral chalcedony colored by impurities of iron oxide. The color can vary greatly, ranging from pale orange to an intense almost-black coloration. It is most commonly found in Indonesia, Brazil, India, Russia (Siberia), and Germany.
The Healing Energies, Metaphysical Properties, Legendary Uses and Meaning of Carnelian (opens in a new window)