Bracelet Style 1
These Caring Stones Bracelets contain from 4 to 5 Kazuri beads, interlaced with crystals, silver, gold, copper or other semiprecious mineral beads. Each is finished with an interesting toggle clasp. Specific components could be subject to substitution or change without notice. Quantities may be limited and new pieces are being created on a regular basis. Cost: $25.00
“Noxolo” (African girl’s name meaning “peaceful”) – Apple green and navy “monet” kazuri bracelet, with blue lapis, shiny green glass and hammered silver plated pewter clasp.
“Onaedo” (African girl’s name meaning “gold”) – Little “shale” Kazuri beads in “Lemonade” yellow painted with 14k gold swirls and spots, ending with shiny gold plated toggle.
“Teshi” (African girl’s name meaning “cheerful; full of laughter”) – White Kazuris painted with a variety of black designs make up this bracelet, along with black onyx flowers and silver plated pewter clasp.
“Tafariah” (African girl’s name meaning “she who inspires awe”) – Bright red and black Kazuri beads intermingled with onyx, and terminated with a fancy antique silver plated pewter clasp.
“Avery” – Shiny black Kazuri beads painted with 14k gold are separated by onyx, and finished with antique gold clasp.