California Dreaming Turquoise Cuff

Silver

268 USD

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Delicately crafted Native American turquoise cuff. Turquoise is sacred to Indigenous culture. The stone is believed to hold protective qualities and aids in deep purification and healing. This design is rooted in spirit, please wear with intention and respect. Handcrafted + signed by Native American artisan.

✦ Bracelet measures 2.3 inches wide / Sterling Silver

✦ Stone measures .7 inches long x .4 inches wide

✦ Open size cuff, adjustable to fit on most wrists

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Shipping and Returns

Our goal is to ship all orders within 24 hours of purchase. *Excluding weekends, observed holidays and large promotional sales. We accept returns on jewelry within 21 days of your order date. Returns must be unworn and in its original packaging to be accepted for a full refund. Objects: final sale. Promotional Sale Items: store credit or exchange only.

Care Commandments

1. Thou Shalt bathe bare: Late Night swims & skinny dips are for you, not your jewels. 2. Thou Shalt mind the chemistry: Precious metals & porous gems (such as turquoise) shalt not vibe with ammonia, chlorine, & other chemical solvents found in cleaners, perfumes, & Lotions. 3. Thou Shalt Buff with Love: Polish with a 100% cotton cloth or a special jewelry cleaning cloth. 4. Thou shalt put an X on the O: always keep your gems in a closed box or baggy to prevent oxidation and tarnishing. 5. Thou shalt be easy, baby: vintage and hand-made gems are fragile. please wear with care.

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About this Design

Indigenous Peoples of Northern America A collection of pieces that showcase the uniquely divine craftsmanship of authentic Native Artisans. Known for their strong spirituality and connection to the earth, all designs have a heritage and history. Formally identified as Native American, the first people of this land expanded throughout Mexico and Canada before country lines were drawn. View the collection