All necklaces and bracelets come in jewelry cards DESIGN ▴ A bar of amazonite beads on dainty at cable chain MEANING ▴ Like waters deep and ancient, Amazonite beckons in captivating shades of turquoise-green, promising to soothe the spirit and calm the soul. Its energy is as powerful as the river for which it is named, and as bold as the legendary women warriors with whom it is connected. Called the Stone of Courage and the Stone of Truth, Amazonite empowers one to search the self and discover one’s own truths and integrity, and to move beyond fear of judgment or confrontation with others to live in alignment with those beliefs and values. SKU: LEN108
Less is More Jewelry is the brainchild of artist/ jewelry designer Ha Le. Her artisanship started when Ha attended Ohio Wesleyan University, through traditional training in drawing, painting, and printmaking. After college, Ha took off to New York City, where she interned for successful independent female jewelry designers who inspired her to create her own handcrafted jewelry line called Less is morE. Less is More Jewelry was born in February 2015 at Ha’s cozy home-studio in Austin. TX. It is modern jewelry line that takes inspiration from strong women, is handcrafted by talented female artisans, and aspires to be every woman's companion on her lifetime journey to beauty, empowerment, happiness, and peace of mind. "Less is More" is Ha's core view of life, and also our brand's style and message: happiness and power can lie in the simplest things! Through our simple signature smile bar necklaces, we aims to inspire happiness, kindness, and serenity. A smile is the best outfit a woman can wear to influence the world with her positivity. Our tassel designs, on the other hand, symbolize success, achievement, and spiritual transition. It represents victory over hardships you are facing in your everyday life and tells you that your determination, dedication, and passion will pave the way for you through the bad times.
Amazonite Beaded Bar Necklace
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