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Shamballa Jewels

Black Ceramic, Onyx, Diamond and Rhodium Bead Bracelet

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$2510

Black Ceramic, Onyx, Diamond and Rhodium Bead Bracelet
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  • Black Ceramic, Onyx, Diamond and Rhodium Bead Bracelet
  • Black Ceramic, Onyx, Diamond and Rhodium Bead Bracelet
Steeped in the spiritual, inspired by the symbolic and hand-crafted to perfection, this Shamballa Jewels bracelet is a series of midnight black onyx beads hand-braided into the durable nylon cord. A single bead of 18K white gold engraved with the Star of Shamballa and set with a sparkling clear diamond stands out from the rest with its black rhodium plating. A shimmering faceted black diamond bead also adds interest to the darkly captivating design. Adjust the bracelet to fit with the double-pull strands held by the signature square Shamballa lock. Alone or added to your personal power bracelet collection, seek your compassionate and intuitive self - your own inner Shamballa - with this bracelet around your wrist.

total length : adjustable : 7" to 9" : black nylon
black onyx beads : 19 : 6mm diameter each 
black ceramic beads : 8 : 6mm diameter each 
18K white gold, black rhodium and black diamond bead : 6mm diameter
18K white gold, black rhodium and black diamond square lock bead : 6mm x 6mm 
faceted black diamond bead : 6mm diameter
black diamonds : 3 : vary in size : 1mm to 2mm diameter
fastens with adjustable slid knot and black rhodium and white gold square lock closure 
lock # : 18012

total length : adjustable : 7" to 9" : black nylon
black onyx beads : 19 : 6mm diameter each 
black ceramic beads : 8 : 6mm diameter each 
18K white gold, black rhodium and black diamond bead : 6mm diameter
18K white gold, black rhodium and black diamond square lock bead : 6mm x 6mm 
faceted black diamond bead : 6mm diameter
black diamonds : 3 : vary in size : 1mm to 2mm diameter
fastens with adjustable slid knot and black rhodium and white gold square lock closure 
lock # : 18012


Copenhagen - Mads and Mikkel Kornerup have long shared a passion for jewelry. Its natural connection to their travels and journeys through Nepal, India, Thailand and Indonesia led them to combine the strong and ancient symbols of Eastern spirituality with the luxury of the Western world. 'Shamballa' refers to a mythological hidden valley in the Himalayas where enlightened and compassionate people reside. It also represents the powerful force when creativity springs in a pure, conscious mind. Their jewelry is meant to trigger curiosity as the wearer finds their 'shamballa' within.