Sacred Geometry Bracelet



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The Ritual Gems Sacred Geometry Bracelet features a gold hexagon design charm with genuine gemstones of turquoise, amazonite and white shell. The hexagon is found throughout nature and is a symbol of harmony and balance.

BEADS: turquoise, amazonite, white shell

Turquoise is considered a stone of power, luck, and protection.

Amazonite is associated with speaking one’s truth, manifestation & harmony.

White Shell is said to stimulate intuition, sensitivity, imagination and adaptability.


Bracelet may be up to 1/4 inch larger than size but will never be smaller than the size you order. To determine your wrist size, wrap a string or cloth ruler around the smallest part of your wrist.  Order your wrist size for a snug but comfortable fit.  Order up to 1 inch larger for a looser fit. If you are between sizes, we recommend ordering up.  You are welcome to leave a note at checkout as to your exact size and we will do the best to match that.


  • 8mm natural gemstone beads
  • gold-plated brass sacred geometry charm
  • gold-plated brass spacer beads
  • strung on thick, extra strong stretch cord
  • Designed & crafted by Liz Nichols in Seattle, WA



If your bracelet does not fit, we resize with no charge. You pay return shipping to the shop and back but the resizing is free. We understand that sizing bracelets can be challenging and we want you to wear your bracelet so please don’t hesitate to have yours resized for the prefect fit. We can even provide a return postage label which can even save you time and money.

Did your bracelet break within the first year of wear? We offer the same policy for a remake. Even if you are missing a bead or two, send it back to us and we will repair and send it back for only the cost of shipping.

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