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Lockstone Geo Bracelets

by Ryan Ward September 14, 2017

Lockstone Geo Bracelets

This month, we'll be introducing new designs to the Lockstone range. The latest addition will be Geo bracelets, pairing with our existing Geo pendants. 

Geo has taken the form of broken geodes and crystal, revealing a crystal within. Harnessing our Lockstone technology, Geo offers a more intriguing range of shapes and colours alongside increasing the life of your favourite fragrance. 

Gladiators Causeway

The structure and wonders of the Earth, often mysterious and rare, revealed to us by explorers and prospectors are shown now in a new range of Lockstone Geo bracelets. From dark Agate, to chatoyant Tiger Eye and shimmering Amethyst, the chaotic processes beneath the Earth’s surface have gifted us some of the most dazzling and beautiful natural wonders we could hope to enjoy.

Tiger’s Eye, often revered for warding off the Evil Eye, is a chatoyant gemstone, here faceted as the band that encapsulates the stunning blue Tiger's Eye stone.

Agate, deep and black, akin to the vast, labyrinthine caves that riddle the Earth. here encircle the geode stones, revealing the lightning-esque kyanite within.

Amethyst, historically associated with sobriety, clear thinking and chastity, encloses the wrist entirely, revealing the hidden gem between the Lockstone geodes form a complete circle.

Geo Bracelets black Agate, Tigereye and Amethyst

Titanium, we've had the titanium bracelets specially made to our specifications. THese ultra-lightweight beads are incredibly strong and bring a whole new level of durability to Lockstone. Famed and favoured as a material in space exploration and quaternary engineering, titanium is held aloft as a wonder material that gets the job done.

Hematite, gives a brilliant shine and reassuring weight, easily the heaviest of the Lockstone range (similar to wearing a watch). Rich with human history, hematite has a legacy found in the earliest artworks that humankind ever produced, a rich clay coloured by hematite producing art estimated to be 75,000 years old. 

Geo Bracelets Titanium and Hematite

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