Blue Goldstone Hamsa Bracelet
Faceted blue goldstone beads alternating with vintage floral brass beads meeting in the center with a gold plated filigree hamsa charm. Lobster claw clasp. One-of-a-kind.
Blue Goldstone was first discovered in the seventeenth century by the Miotti family in Venice, Italy.
Made from quartz sand, known as silica, blue goldstone comes from glass infused with copper particles, manganese, cobalt and chromium. It reminds people of a starry night sky, and is popular for making wishes.