Bracelets

Shamballa Jewels

White Ceramic Square and White Gold Bead Bracelet

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Price:

$2658

White Ceramic Square and White Gold Bead Bracelet
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  • White Ceramic Square and White Gold Bead Bracelet
  • White Ceramic Square and White Gold Bead Bracelet

This Shamballa Jewels bracelet is steeped in the spiritual, inspired by the symbolic and hand-crafted to perfection with unparalleled creative energy. The series of stark white ceramic square beads are imprinted with the Shamballa star and are hand-braided into the durable white nylon cord. A single lock bead of 18K white gold is set with a shimmering diamond and stands out from the rest. Adjust the bracelet to fit with the double-pull strands held by the signature square lock bead. Alone or layered with your power stack, wear this and seek your Shamballa within.

total length : adjustable : 6" to 8" : white nylon
ceramic square beads : 18 : 6mm x 6mm 
circular ceramic end beads : 2 : 6mm diameter each 
18K white gold square lock and diamond beads : 2 : 6mm x 6mm 
white diamonds : 3 : 1mm diameter each 
fastens with adjustable slide knot and white gold square lock closure 
lock # : 17255

total length : adjustable : 6" to 8" : white nylon
ceramic square beads : 18 : 6mm x 6mm 
circular ceramic end beads : 2 : 6mm diameter each 
18K white gold square lock and diamond beads : 2 : 6mm x 6mm 
white diamonds : 3 : 1mm diameter each 
fastens with adjustable slide knot and white gold square lock closure 
lock # : 17255


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.