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Each beautiful sodalite bracelet set has been hand crafted from real semi precious gem stone crystals boasting elevating properties. Available with Gold, Silver, Rose Gold, Black and Gunmetal hardware. 


(Stone sizes, finishes and exact hardware may vary)


Sizing information: An average Woman's bracelet will be 7 inches and average Man's will be sized to  8 inches. You may include the exact measurements for your wrist in the comments. If the wrong size is requested, we will be happy to exchange for the right size for a $15 fee + shipping both ways.


Sodalite 2-3 Bracelet Set

Color Hardware
  • Sodalite is a rich blue ornamental mineral originally discovered in Greenland in 1806. The name Sodalite reflects the stone’s sodium content. Sodalite is found in all shades of blue. It is a major constituent of the rock lapis lazuli, so the two are easily confused. However, unlike lapis azuli, sodalite very rarely contains brassy pyrite specks. Even with this difference however, sodalite is used frequently as a substitute for the more rare and expensive lapis azuli. Sodalite gained notoriety in the 1800’s during a royal visit to Bancroft, Canada by Princess Margaret of England. The princess fell in love with the mineral and chose it as interior decoration for the "Marlborough House" . For this reason, sodalite from that Canadian area is sometimes called Princess Blue.

    Sodalite is a member of the Feldspathoid group of minerals, which are formed in alkali rich, but silica poor environments. Sodalite’s beautiful, pure blue color makes it a popular stone for jewelry and ornaments. The stone is generally cut flat or as a cabochon. Clear crystals are very rarely found. Some sodalite crystals may be found in Mount Vesuvius or Arisquarry, Namibia, however they are rarely large enough to be faceted. Sodalite rates a 5.5 on the hardness scale. It is a dark blue, vitreous and semi transparent to semi translucent stone. Sodalite is not a surface stone. It is usually brought up from the deepest levels of the earth through volcanic activity and is found as masses in igneous rocks. Large sodalite crystals are very rare but twelve sided crystals have been found in the lavas of the volcano Vesuvius in Italy, although they are too small to be used in jewelry.-

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