Hematite Grande Bracelet in Gold - Daniyama
Hematite Grande Bracelet in Gold - Daniyama
Hematite Grande Bracelet in Gold - Daniyama
Hematite Grande Bracelet in Gold - Daniyama
Hematite Grande Bracelet in Gold - Daniyama
Hematite Grande Bracelet in Gold - Daniyama

Hematite Grande Bracelet in Gold


Regular price $75.00

• 12mm Hematite (non-magnetic)
• Daniyama Logo Bead (Solid 925 silver - 24K Gold Vermeil)
• Weight approx. 2.75 oz (78 g)
• Comes in our Exclusive Daniyama Jewelry Box

Spiritual Attributes

Ground Root Chakra • Promote Courage • Healing Spirit

Behind the Design

The stabilizing and healing warrior iron-stone of hematite puts out a powerful statement and attractive look. Combined with the elegant look of the Daniyama 24K Gold bead this is a bracelet that can be used for most outfits. 

This bracelet is strung on a durable high-resilience stretchy elastic silicone strand that easily slips on your wrist. 

Hematite is derived from the Ancient Greek word for "blood-red stone", haimatites lithos, due to its red color when it is in powder form and some stone variants. The non-magnetic hematite is said to center your incarnation into this earth-plane and heal warrior spirits of old and promote courage in this life.



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To polish your jewelry, we recommend that you use a polish cloth. Every Daniyama Jewelry purchase comes with a special jewelry cloth. It will not remove scratches.

To clean your jewelry, add a little mild soap to lukewarm water and use a soft toothbrush to brush gently and clean your jewelry. If it is hard to remove, then soak the jewelry for 5-10 minutes and try again. Be extra careful if you handle 24K Gold jewelry, as this is a particularly soft metal.

Do not expose jewelry to harsh chemicals, perfume, makeup, hairspray and lotions as it may tarnish the look. Remove jewelry before bathing, swimming, surfing or coming into contact with water, especially water with added chemicals, as this will dull the appearance.

To ensure a high quality of luxurious jewelry, we use a rich 24K (99.9% / 999) and 18K (75% / 750) Yellow Gold Vermeil plating. Please note that the 24K is a soft metal, so it requires extra good care.

Our 18K Rose Gold is an elegant blend of 75% Gold, Silver, and Copper. This unique combination and the rose plating is what brings out the beautiful Rose Gold finish with a touch of pink.

We use 14K (558) Gold in our solid gold pieces because of its higher mixture of Silver and Copper. It is 55.8% Gold and therefore an ideal hardened gold metal to use in solid gold jewelry.

Take extra good care of gold products as they are more exposed to the elements and wear and tear. It will however also contribute to giving your jewelry a personal history and more vintage appeal.

We want to make sure that our gold pieces last you a long time and this means adding more layers of gold than what you would normally see in the jewelry industry. Typical industry plating is 0.1-0.5 microns, and this would only last about one year of good use before wearing off.

Our primary plating is 2.5-3.5 micron, also know as VERMEIL. It is a higher quality gold coverage on a Silver base metal. This is at least five times more than the norm.

When we do regular plating, we keep it at a minimum of 1.0 microns. This is the case for both 925 Sterling Silver plating as well as Gold.

We believe in transparency, so you can always see what the plating is on our jewelry.

The darkened appearance of oxidized silver gives jewelry a vintage look through a special surface treatment. It’s not recommended to use silver polish and other cleaning agents as they may cause the oxidation to fade. Oxidation disappears over time, just as plating does, but the sterling silver keeps it raw finish. This fading is considered normal wear and tear and not a defect.

All of the stones in our assortment includes high-quality gemstones sourced from around the World. Each stone and bead are different. Handmade and with natural raw shapes and finishes. It will look similar to the photo, but each is different and unique for you to wear.

We use a range of different metals to achieve the best possible piece of jewelry for you to enjoy. Sterling silver, copper, brass and gold are the primary components used in our designs. You can always find the full details of how we made your jewelry on its the product page.