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Aqua-Kissed Multi-Gem Bracelet
Item #48600
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Designed exclusively for the Smithsonian, this Aqua-Kissed Multi-Gem Bracelet is an enchanting mix of multi-sized and variously shaped gems—amethyst, aquamarine, citrine, smoky quartz, tourmaline, and more. Offset drops of aqua Czech glass intersperse or "kiss" each stone. Gold-plated findings. Handmade in the U.S.A. Natural variations will occur.
This charming Aqua-Kissed Multi-Gem Bracelet celebrates amethysts, aquamarines, citrines, smoky quartz, and tourmalines in our National Gem Collection at our National Museum of Natural History. One of the greatest collections of its kind, the National Gem and Mineral Collection includes over 375,000 individual specimens and such treasured jewelry pieces as the Tiffany Amethyst Necklace, the Dom Pedro Aquamarine obelisk, the Jolie Citrine Necklace, a 19,747 carat smoky quartz gem, and a 30.62 carat tourmaline gem.
7"l. with 2"l. extender. Gold-plated extender and lobster clasp.
The most valuable gem variety of crystalline quartz, amethyst ranges in color from pale lilac to deep reddish purple. The official birthstone for those born in February, amethyst is said to guard against drunkenness.

One of several gem-quality varieties of beryl, aquamarine is sought for its breathtaking sea-blue colors and its wonderful transparency and clarity. The official birthstone for those born in March, aquamarine is believed to impart foresight, courage, and happiness.

The gem variety of crystalline quartz, citrine ranges in color from golden yellow to orange. An alternate birthstone for those born in November, citrine is said to improve personal clarity and eliminate self-destructive tendencies.

One of the most abundant minerals in the earth's crust, quartz displays the greatest profusion of colors, patterns, and textures of any mineral. Gems cut from individual quartz crystals include amethyst, smoky quartz, rock crystal, citrine, and rose quartz. Finely grained quartz, which ranges from translucent to opaque, is typically carved or cut as cabochons or beads.

The most colorful of all gemstones, tourmaline is in fact a family of 14 different minerals. Best known in shades of green and red, it occurs in every color from colorless to black, or as a single stone with several distinct colors. Tourmaline is the traditional birthstone for the zodiac sign of Leo.

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