This natural Rhodonite bracelet is mixed with beige, tan, pinks, and mauve colored small beads. The colors of this bracelet makes it simple to match any style because of its neutral and earthy tones.
Rhodonite was first discovered in the Ural Mountains in Russia in the 1790s. It quickly became an extremely popular stone in Russian culture as a talisman of protection for babies, travellers, and nobles. In 1913, Russia even declared rhodonite the national stone!
In Russian, rhodonite is called orletz, which means “the Eagle stone,” because eagles were attracted to the stone and carried pieces to their nests. Rhodonite is found in many parts of the world besides Russia, although the Ural mountains continue to be the most lucrative and culturally important mines.
Measurements: This bracelet is stretchy, so it is one size fits all.