A slim handmade, very dark matte grey Hematite layering bracelet with 3mm rounded edged cube beads all around.
This ladies elegant & extra slim minimalist bracelet also has alternating round shiny Sterling Silver seamless beads which have a textured hammered finish.
The result is this wonderful contrasting modern bracelet.
A striking, slim bracelet which can be worn alone & also layered with other bracelets you may have to create an on trend boho style.
These are non magnetic Hematite beads.
This bracelet has a wearing fit of 7.25″ – 7.5″ it’s finished with a Sterling Silver bolt ring clasp fastener & fittings.
Please choose your preferred fit from the drop down box. For bracelets with a fit larger than 8″, there may be an additional small charge so please contact me before buying.
Natural Hematite Semi Precious Gemstones
.925 Sterling Silver
Professional Quality Beadsmith 49 Strand Strong & Flexible Jewellery Thread
Wearing Fit – 6.75″ – 7″, 7″ – 7.25″, 7.25″ – 7.5″, 7.5″ – 7.75″ – Please enter your preferred size in the Order Note box. If you’d like a larger size please contact me for the price.
Width – 3mm At Widest Point
Complimentary Anti-Tarnish Tab
Chakra – Root Chakra
I buy all of my guaranteed genuine .925 Sterling Silver from reputable UK Silversmiths. This is so I can be sure that I’m using only the highest quality materials for your piece of uniquely designed handmade jewellery.
PLEASE: don’t immerse your jewellery in water as this could cause irreparable damage.
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Hello I’m Lynne & this is me – I was first diagnosed with osteo-arthritis when I was just 15. Apart from this, I was well until 11 years ago I was a busy wife & Mum of 2 children working part time. Then came the distressing news that I had inflammatory Breast Cancer, which is an aggressive form where survival rates were quite low compared to other types of breast cancer.
After 11.5 months in total of 9 months of aggressive chemotherapy which nearly saw me off twice, operation & radiotherapy, I very gradually returned to work in 2009 17.5 months after my initial diagnosis having had to have a hernia repair done in the mean time.
The first time my hair fell out it came back 50 shades of grey that looked like cotton wool. One of my daughters is a hairdresser & I said to her what on earth can we do about this I look like a sheep! To which she succinctly said ‘I don’t know’ It grew back & then the 3rd type of chemo (vile) saw it off again. Luckily for me it came back my natural colour. Phew what a relief!
In 2010, I knew that I wasn’t going to be able to work until I was 66, (what a ridiculous age for anyone to have to work to), so I started making jewellery hoping that by the time it came for me to have to give up work, I hoped I’d be quite good at it.
Over the years up to now 2019, I’ve been diagnosed with bulging discs in my spine which they termed degenerative disc disease, global osteo-arthritis also meaning that my knees are now bone on bone & are inoperable. fibromyalgia, vertigo, low white blood cells & anxiety. No wonder I have anxiety! Haha
In October of 2018 I was told that my cancer had returned so is now terminal. No I haven’t asked that question some of us want to ask because I know I’ll just give into it & that’s not who I am.
Coincidentally it was in October 2018, I was approached to enter an awards process organised by the Small Business UK Awards. I just agreed never imagining that I’d win and so thought no more of it. Then in November 2018 I was given the amazing news that I’d actually won. I was awarded BEST FASHION JEWELLERY DESIGNER 2018 – WEST MIDLANDS. To say I was surprised & ecstatic is a bit of an understatement.
So now, here I am going from day to day doing what I can each day & enjoying every moment of it. Throughout it all I’m still the smiley person I’ve always been, because you can’t change who a person is, right? I won’t let cancer determine who I am. So now a new wonder drug is taking out what I had left of my white blood cells so am just waiting to see if there are any other options. Heck, I do hope so.
Thank you for reading my story.