Lapis Micro Bead Swavorski Crystal Bracelet
$ 124.95

This bracelet features lapis micro beads and swavorski crystals. Comes in a set of 4 bracelets.

Lapis lazuli takes its name from the medieval Latin "lapis lazulus," from the Arabic word "lazward," from which the word "azure" comes. But according to the description of Pliny the Elder, ancient Romans called it "sapphirus," but this name was subsequently applied to sapphire, the blue variety of corundum.


Lapis was used for jewelry in antiquity. During the Middle Ages, it was also used as a pigment to produce aquamarine. Some castles have wallpanels and columns covered in lapis. At one time lapis was much used for sealstones. The Egyptians used it for their cylindrical seals and most likely obtained their supplies from the Afghanistan mountains

- See more at: http://gem5.com/stone/69/lapis-lazuli/#sthash.BwDT8Nmx.dpuf

Lapis lazuli takes its name from the medieval Latin "lapis lazulus," from the Arabic word "lazward," from which the word "azure" comes. But according to the description of Pliny the Elder, ancient Romans called it "sapphirus," but this name was subsequently applied to sapphire, the blue variety of corundum.


Lapis was used for jewelry in antiquity. During the Middle Ages, it was also used as a pigment to produce aquamarine. Some castles have wallpanels and columns covered in lapis. At one time lapis was much used for sealstones. The Egyptians used it for their cylindrical seals and most likely obtained their supplies from the Afghanistan mountains

- See more at: http://gem5.com/stone/69/lapis-lazuli/#sthash.BwDT8Nmx.dpuf

Lapis lazuli takes its name from the medieval Latin "lapis lazulus," from the Arabic word "lazward," from which the word "azure" comes. But according to the description of Pliny the Elder, ancient Romans called it "sapphirus," but this name was subsequently applied to sapphire, the blue variety of corundum.


Lapis was used for jewelry in antiquity. During the Middle Ages, it was also used as a pigment to produce aquamarine. Some castles have wallpanels and columns covered in lapis. At one time lapis was much used for sealstones. The Egyptians used it for their cylindrical seals and most likely obtained their supplies from the Afghanistan mountains

- See more at: http://gem5.com/stone/69/lapis-lazuli/#sthash.BwDT8Nmx.dpuf

   dfosluhLapis lazuli takes its name from the medieval Latin "lapis lazulus," from the Arabic word "lazward," from which the word "azure" comes. But according to the description of Pliny the Elder, ancient Romans called it "sapphirus," but this name was subsequently applied to sapphire, the blue variety of corundum.


Lapis was used for jewelry in antiquity. During the Middle Ages, it was also used as a pigment to produce aquamarine. Some castles have wallpanels and columns covered in lapis. At one time lapis was much used for sealstones. The Egyptians used it for their cylindrical seals and most likely obtained their supplies from the Afghanistan mountains

- See more at: http://gem5.com/stone/69/lapis-lazuli/#sthash.BwDT8Nmx.dpuf