Neptunic SharkSuit Bracelet with Onyx - Sustainable Fashion for Ocean Lovers
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Neptunic SharkSuit Bracelet with Onyx - Sustainable Fashion for Ocean Lovers. Neptunic loved Szilvia Gogh's Zero Waste Project (upcycled jewelry made of used scuba gear) parts and asked her to repurpose their chainmail accumulated during Sharksuit fabrication, into gorgeous pieces of handcrafted sustainable jewelry.
Stainless Steel Chainmail connects to beautiful beads. These unisex bracelets are stretchy , no clasp. Constructed with unused pieces of Stainless Steel Mesh from Neptunic SharkSuits.
Onyx helps one have self-control and anchors one’s flighty energy into a more stable way of life. It is this stone of inner strength and endurance, helping one to carry even the most difficult task to completion.
Any sort of things that drains one’s resources such as acquiring a goal, working on self-mastery, a weight loss program, an exercise regime, or even just feeling the need to focus your energy, Onyx is a great stone for that!
Onyx will help to cool nervousness, soothe anxiety and bring reason to passion. Onyx is a great stone for someone who has an abundance of ideas, but lacks the discipline to carry those ideas out. If you are somebody that is in business for yourself, or trying to become in business for yourself, then this stone may be very helpful for you.
Black color symbolizes money and income, black is great for careers, especially when combined with metal. It is the color of emotional protection and power.
The onyx beads are about 6mm in diameter on a heavy duty stretchy cord.
Portions of the sale of this jewelry supports the People of the Water Non-Profit.
"I want to be the stone cast in the water, to create a ripple effect that lasts longer than my time here," said founder Cristina Zenato about her mission. After nearly three decades of educating and mentoring young local Bahamians and international students, I see the positive results; I am motivated to expand the circle further. I founded my nonprofit People of the Water to allow me to cast an even bigger stone in the water.
Made with Love in California.