Joseph Brooks

Labradorite Faceted Bracelet - 8mm

$125.00

transformation, manifestation, psychic awareness

Known as the stone of transformation, as well as the stone of magic, Labradorite has an iridescent quality to it that just makes it look magic. It is believed to awaken in oneself the awareness of the innate magic that exists within us. This ultimately reduces our fears + insecurities and promotes confidence + faith in ourselves, by gives us faith in our own intuition, supporting us as we grow + shift into the people we want to be. On a deeper level, Labradorite also has the ability to strengthen our spiritual connection by enhancing intuition + amplifying our psychic abilities. This helps us to better connect with our spirit guides.

Found in Madagascar, India, and Russia.

  • Color:¬†Grey
  • Stone: Labradorite
  • Size / Stone: 8mm, smooth cut
  • Cord: Adjustable nylon bracelet
  • Handcrafted in Los Angeles, California
  • Color + shape may vary
  • Opens throat, third eye + crown chakras
  • Stone of transformation
  • Stone of magic
  • Gives strength + faith in one's intuition
  • Connects us to our psychic abilities

Joseph Brooks, a jewelry designer based in Hollywood, embodies sensuality, strength, and raw beauty in his handcrafted, one-of-a-kind pieces. With an interest in stone properties and energies, every piece in his extensive line highlights the true essence of each handpicked stone.

Drawn initially to American turquoise, which is difficult to find in a world of mostly fake and dyed stones, Joseph located a mine in northern Arizona whose owners had been operating and producing spectacular turquoise since 1962. This inspired Joseph to begin designing a jewelry collection featuring this signature Southwest stone.

A devoted international birdwatcher, Joseph's passion has brought him all around the world in hopes of spotting yet another rare species. These travels have also served as an opportunity for Joseph to find gem treasures such as sapphires in Sri Lanka, banded agates in Java, prayer beads on the Tibetan plateau, or fossils in Madagascar. Over time, his collection has grown, now including over 70 different natural un-dyed gems and crystals.

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