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String of Semi-Precious Stone Beads Non-Magnetic Electroplate HEMATITE / White Silver / Washer: 3x2 mm, Hole: 0.7 mm ~ 215 pieces

SKU: 182869
Piece: 215
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Freshen up your style with a string of beads featuring the semi-precious stone hematite, which is non-magnetic. Elegance and energy in one accessory. Order online!


We present to you a combination of natural beauty and modern design. With its dark gray or black color and metallic luster, hematite is known for its elegance and intriguing appearance. The addition of white electroplate silver and stylish washers give this string a unique style and sophistication.

Exclusive White Silver Electroplate: The white silver electroplate coating gives the string its intense and contemporary color. This accent enhances the aesthetic value of the jewelry.

Non-Magnetic Hematite: The stones used for this string are non-magnetic, making them particularly valuable and interesting. They do not attract magnetic fields and do not react to metal objects.

Metaphysical Qualities of Hematite: Hematite is associated with grounding, stability and value. This stone can help you feel more focused and energized, as well as support your physical and emotional stability.

You could combine with cord, beautiful elegant pendants, connecting elements, ends for bracelets , earrings, necklaces and more.

This hematite string with white electroplate silver and stylish washers is a unique piece of jewelry that combines beauty and symbolism. Wear it with pride and let it be an expression of your individuality and sophistication that complements your style in any setting.



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