Petrified Wood Bracelet from the Earth

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  • A DharmaShop exclusive, this bracelet is made of stunning petrified wood beads from Madagascar, copper spacers, and a copper double-sided Om and lotus charm.
  • Because it is from the earth and was once organic material, petrified wood is known for its strong grounding properties and calming energies.
  • Wearing this bracelet can fill you with feelings of ease, stability, and encouragement.

Petrified wood occurs when wood is fossilized and turned into stone.  The beautiful colors that you see in this stone are made by the different minerals that have replaced the woods structure.  The petrified wood mined in Madagascar is said to have been deposited over 200 million years ago!

Bracelet measures approximately 6.5 inches around on stretchy cord.  Beads are about 10-11mm, charm is about 0.75 inch.

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Christine S.
United States United States

Petrified wood mala

I recently had the fantastic experience of buying my 2nd mala from the Dharma Shop. The mala is gorgeous the beads are well matched in colors and size . The Dharma Shop was prompt in processing my order and the package actually came 3 days early. Since this is my 2nd purchase, it goes without saying I would not hesitate to buy from this place again.

Karen D.
United States United States

Very pretty

This is one of my favorite! It is very pretty. The beads are big and shiny and smooth. Every time I see it I see something new in every bead. The fact that the copper charm has BOTH Om and a Lotus flower really thrilled me as well. Dharma Shop put a nice product with this bracelet.

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