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Chandrah – The Kavi Bracelet

Each Chandrah bead is strung together by hand and each precious and semi-precious stone is used to stimulate its own unique healing power.

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While some purists’ style still argue that watch is the only accessory for man wrist, recent trends totally disagree. Historically man distrust the jewelery items, yet the market in recent years has grown more and more. Especially in the context of bracelets, that are perfect for adding personality and character to your look.


And if your style is elegant, you may consider a bracelet of colored beads like ones of Chandrah. From its meaning, bright moon, it’s taken the inspiration for this unique design pieces. Bracelet that exude finesse, elegance, power and healing. Each Chandrah pearl is strung together by hand. Every precious stone and semi-precious is used to stimulate its own unique healing power: Chandrah believes in the healing properties of gemstones.

For many years gemstones, crystals and minerals have been used by many cultures not only as decoration but also as therapeutic compounds. Different traditions give different properties, but generally all share the idea that they help strengthen special properties and energy of the person wearing them.

In this post for example I’m wearing the Kavi Bracelet formed by a series of howlite beads, milk-white with black veins colored, and two rose gold beads. The howlite is the stone of knowledge, serves to calm decreasing the state of excessive anxiety, leading to relax. Pink gold also establishes, purifies and balances.

The bracelets can be so elegant, a right accessory for the modern gentleman.

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Photo: Giacinto Mozzetta

 

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