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ALCHEMY LOVE BRACELET - GOLD SMALL

 The circular dots traditionally symbolize rice in Balinese culture. The dots also emulate the Maasai beads in the original design of the Kenya LOVE bracelet. Rice and LOVE are both plentiful and provide sustenance to the communities who make these bracelets.

In Hinduism, Gold is symbolic of knowledge, learning, meditation and mental development. The legend of alchemists turning common metals into gold is a parable for the human quest to change base vulgarities like greed, hate and selfishness into qualities like love, virtue and compassion through the process of self-purification. It takes our artisans 6 hours to craft each bracelet.

Gold plated on silver.  Delicate, please handle with care.

  • Handmade with LOVE in Indonesia.
  • Comes with a protective silk cloth pouch - upcycled off-cuts from Quarzia, 100% of pouch proceeds are donated to artisans 
  • Canvas pouch, gift tag & sticker
  • Adjustable cuff
  • Every bracelet is unique & hand-made therefore a slight variation may occur.

    Gem sourcing + anti-slavery statement

    The diamond industry has in the past been associated with conflict and exploitation, the industry has taken a number of pro-active steps to combat this, most notably in the form of the Kimberley Process (which certifies that diamonds originate from conflict free zones). Through our procurement and polishing division we are subject to rigorous requirements which set out the detailed standards that our procurement and polishing division is required to adhere to in order to maintain its status. Among other requirements there is a focus on supply chain management, provenance claims, child and forced labour and ethical standards generally.