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While today there are many laws banning or restricting the production and growth of certain substances and plants (most notably marijuana and opium), in 17th and 18th century America, refusing to grow hemp was against the law — with jail time during 1763-1769! Not surprisingly, 80% of all textiles, fabrics, and other sorts of linens were made from hemp until the 1920’s (when cotton came into popularity due to the creation of the cotton gin). While it’s definitely not illegal to not wear this hemp and leather bracelet, you’ll feel like it is if you miss out! A natural blend of black leather and brown hemp thread, this simple but stylish bracelet is adjustable in size and suitable for a wide variety of fashion styles. Pair with a pair of jeans and white shirt for daywear or a little black dress for evening wear.
It was around the 12th century that humans developed the necessary technology for decorative dying of leather. Today it is rare to find leather that isn’t dyed — and with reason, as it’s beautiful! This leather tie bracelet features a deep brown base and beautiful red leather that wraps around the bracelet, creating a stunning contrast. Adjustable in size, match a multitude of outfits with this modern-esque leather bracelet.
Evidence of leather dates back as far as 1300 BCE. This blue and brown leather tie bracelet features thick brown leather wrapped with a smooth, deep brown leather with vibrant turquoise blue following the outside. Great for the naturalist and nature lovers alike, as well as for fans of leather!
This mythological-looking creature ring features fine-detailing and an almost elk, boar, and giraffe design. Fascinating creature and great conversation piece, just ask which animal people see!
Love ’em all, even the ones you hate when you BAM BAM BOOM BOOM with this sweet double-finger adjustable 4-heart ring. Vintage silver finish creates a design that is perfect when walking urban cities and relaxing on mediterranean beaches.
You love to mix-and-match your style, so why leave all the mixing and matching to your clothes? Of course even if your style doesn’t match, it’s still got to mix well and these earrings do just that! Hanger design ensures these earrings hang well, and that you are always the center of every show. One earring features a row of faux pearls, while the other earring is encrusted with rhinestones running along the base. Wear it with our matching hanger necklace to add a little more match to your mix-and-match pizzazz.
Whether you are a night owl or an early bird, these cute owl earrings are sure to charm people who see you wearing them. Large sparkling rhinestone eyes cutely beg, “Who, who, Hello!”
These cute cooingly cute rhinestone owl earrings are delicate, but noticeable. Whimsical owl earrings will make people coo.
“Who, who,” cooed the owl, “Who is wearing these beautiful earrings? Well, how ’bout YOU?” These stunning and cute owl earrings with their big sparkling rhinestone eyes come in three fantastic colors! Put them on and watch that sexy man at the café coo, “Who are you?”
An experiment conducted by National Geographic found that people who described themselves as lucky often were happier in all aspects of life and were more open to new experiences. In a street experience conducted by the infamous nature and animal-based company, passerby were asked to identify themselves as either lucky or unlucky and then handed a newspaper and told that a $20 prize awaited them — if they could count the number of photos in the paper in 10 seconds or less! Lucky people were three times more likely to win the cash prize as unlucky people. It appears that luck is much more a state of mind than innate. Luck is a choice, and effects our happiness and likely all aspects of our lives. This lucky bangle features luck-based positive-thinking words along the sides. With words such as ‘luck’, ‘happiness’, ‘power’, ‘love’, ‘protection’, and ‘karma’ lining the sides of this bracelet, no matter which way it turns you’ll always have inspirational words at your side! If you’ve heard of The Law of Attraction (sometimes referred to as ‘The Secret), then you’ll love how this gold-tone bracelet works for you. Get your luck in order and reap the many benefits of positive thinking wherever your future brings you!
This classy bracelet features gold-plated metal chains, faux gold metal bow, and faux white pearls. Elasticity ensures bracelet fits all wrist sizes. Pair with a Chanel-style purse or bag.
August 28th marks National Bow Tie Day in the U.S. This elastic bracelet includes unique silver chains taking up partial form of the bracelet and faux white pearls. Including a silver colored metal bow, this bracelet fits all wrists and suits a variety of feminine and girly styles.
Who wants to be king and queen? Wear this fabulous king or queen ring in silver and gold. Gift one to your partner, and rule the world.
In the past 100 years, 80% of the biomass of fish in the world’s oceans have been lost. This elastic polymer bracelet features a hip variety of colored fish in varieties and quantities difficult to come-by in the 21st century. Hipster, cool fish bracelet is perfect for all year-round wear, and elasticity makes it a perfect fit for everyone!
The Egyptian word for luck is “sha”, while the word for bead is “sha-sha”! In Turkey, the Magical Eye bead is believed to ward off evil, while in parts of Asia beads were once scattered around temples like seeds to induce bountiful harvests. This necklace will carry you luck and bounty wherever you go, with a beautiful array of rainbow and gold beads. Perfect paired with a sleeveless top or bohemian maxi dress.
Ancient Aztecs considered Indian red dye more precious than gold. This beaded necklace features multiple layers of vibrant red and gold beads. You’ll love how you look when you pair this with a little black dress or bohemian beach style outfit. This red and gold beaded necklace will make any outfit look more precious.
Love to shop? Put yourself on display as the centerpiece of any wardrobe with this lovely rhinestone and silver-finish necklace. Delicate design is perfect for a classy and feminine touch to any outfit.
The serpent is a Celtic symbol of the transformation of one’s soul represented by the snakes shedding of its skin. In India snakes have long been respected for their symbolism of timelessness and eternity. With alluring black eyes and clear rhinestones that run up this coiled snake ring, reflect the light and possibly bring the snake’s powers of transformation into your life! Best fits ring sizes 6-8, depending on the finger worn on.
With entrancing black eyes and crystal clear rhinestone fixings running along the middle of this double-wrap snake ring, this sturdy ring is simple yet seductive, while maintaining quiet detailing. You’ll love this snake ring as it double wraps and clings to your finger. This snake ring has scaling along its back and glittering rhinestones from head to the tip of its tail. Light scaling is defined along the ring, and even the tip of this snake’s tail is lightly flipped. Comes in gold and silver. This winding snake ring fits sizes 6-8 best, although can be worn on any finger for a varied fit. Snakes, the serpents, are revered throughout the world and in various cultures. The Celtic symbol of the snake represents birth and rebirth. The serpent is also a symbol of the transformation of one’s soul represented by the shedding of the snake’s skin. In ancient India snakes were respected because of their symbolism of eternity and timelessness. The snake or serpent is considered powerful because it can take life. Snakes also represent the Kundalini energy of the chakras as it winds up through the spine. Kundalini is referred to as serpent power. Throughout the world the powerful serpent, the snake, is both feared and revered, as the coiled snake is a powerful being. Wear the powerful, magical serpent on your fingers with this wonderfully alluring snake ring!
Also known as the ‘Last Spike’, the ‘Golden Spike’ was the ceremonial final joining spike driven into the First Transcontinental Railroad on May 10, 1869. Connecting the central Pacific and Union Pacific railroads, the Golden Spike was driven in by Leland Stanford, and now lies in the Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University. Take a few spikes with you, and maybe you’ll get one in a museum one day, with this gold-plated middle finger, bracelet-ring spike combo.
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