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Good Karma Bracelet

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  • Japanese glass Miyuki beads are placed on a stretch cord to fit almost any wrist size
  • Beautiful combinations of matte and pearlescent beads
  • Sterling silver dripped bar with subtle antique finish. A good intention is engraved on the inside of the bar
  • Made in China
Materials
5 mm width Japanese glass Miyuki beads, stretch cord, sterling silver dripped bar with antique finish, leather keychain and hangtag
Includes
Good Karma Bracelet with leather keychain and hangtag
Care
Remove before showering, swimming, or exercising to prevent tarnishing. Chlorine, detergents, oils and perfumes may cause the finish to deteriorate. Keep dry in a closed storage when not in use. Clean with a soft, damp cloth
Dimensions
2.5" diameter
Weight
0.01 lb

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Good Karma Bracelet

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Matte & pearlescent beads · Sterling silver bar with intention engraving
The Good Karma Bracelet allows you to share good intentions while wearing a beautiful piece of jewelry crafted with Japanese glass Miyuki beads. Each piece is made with stretch cord, which allows the bracelet to be stretched to fit almost any wrist size.
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Scout Curated Wears

In 2014, Scout Curated Wears founder Lora left her career in the frenetic fashion industry to find better work-life balance and pursue independent creativity. A year later, she began designing jewelry—crafted with beauty and meaning—for online shoppers and wholesalers. As her accessory brand outgrew the comforts of her home in Western Massachusetts, she moved into a former mill space to expand her team and her collections of charming bracelets and necklaces.