Noosa Amsterdam Stitch Bracelet - Nude
Noosa Amsterdam Stitch Bracelets have natural coloured stitching and are made of naturally tanned leather. The Nude is the more white in colour.
Chunks are sold separately to personalise the bracelet. This bracelet accomodates 3 chunks.
Noosa Amsterdam Mata Tirtha Aunsi Chunk
Mata Tirtha Aunsi: It is a tradition to honour mothers by going on a pilgrimage to the Mata Tirtha ponds in Katmandu, Nepal . The Mata stone symbolises this journey and represents strength and a mother’s love for her family.
Noosa Amsterdam Maprik Chunk$34.10
Noosa Amsterdam Maprik Chunk
Noosa Amsterdam MAPRIK-brass/greenbrass/gourd chunk.
The carved masks of Mapik,Papua New Guinea, are intended both to help the people meet the
challenges of everyday life and to ward off the influences of unfriendly spirits.
Noosa Amsterdam Chinese Dragon Chunk
Noosa Amsterdam CHINESE DRAGON white/brown-bone chunk.
In contrast to its Western family, the Chinese dragon is seen as a sign of good luck. It is one of the four celestial animals and is also deemed to be the founder of the imperial family.
Noosa Amsterdam Solar Chunk$28.60
Noosa Amsterdam Solar Chunk
Noosa Amsterdam SOLAR-pearl/pink/bluepearl/wood/resin chunk.
This solar symbol is the Egyptian symbol for the sun and can be found in many hieroglyphic writings and discoveries. The wearing of this sun sign will result in vitality.
As shown here on the New Noosa Amsterdam Stitch Wrap Bracelet.
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Noosa Amsterdam Jilin Rime Chunk
Noosa Amsterdam JILIN RIME-white-bone chunk.
The Jilin Wusong rime arises in Jilin, North China, each winter: a spectacle formed by the ice flower gathering in the branches and leaves of trees due to low temperatures. Looking at the white rime makes people aware of the need to treat their parents respectfully.
Noosa Amsterdam Nanai Chunk$17.60
Noosa Amsterdam Nanai Chunk
Noosa Amsterdam NANAI-natural/white-gourd chunk.
The Nanai people live in the vicinity of the Okhotsk Sea in Russia. They carve a totem pole out of a tree trunk, which symbolically protects the family and brings happiness.
Noosa Amsterdam Quahaug Purple Shell Chunk
The original inhabitants of North America string quahaug shells together on their traditional wampum belts, with the patterns on the belts each telling their own unique story. This quahaug shell stands for cherishing fond memories.