Lunar Eclipse Bracelet by Jerseymaids in Antique Bronze or Silver – Yugen Tribe
Lunar Eclipse Bracelet - Space Jewelry, Blood Moon Phase Bracelet
Lunar Eclipse Bracelet - Space Jewelry, Blood Moon Phase Bracelet
Lunar Eclipse Bracelet - Space Jewelry, Blood Moon Phase Bracelet
Lunar Eclipse Bracelet - Space Jewelry, Blood Moon Phase Bracelet

Lunar Eclipse Bracelet - Space Jewelry, Blood Moon Phase Bracelet

55.00

“Everyone is a moon, and has a dark side which he never shows to anybody.” - Mark Twain


A lunar celebration, this lunar eclipse bracelet is a simple but unique statement piece. Features imagery from the total lunar eclipse on April 15th, 2014. Available in your choice of antique silver or antique bronze, this bracelet features 7 phases of the moon during the eclipse, from shadow to blood red and back again. Bracelet measures approximately 7 3/4" (19.7cm) in length, images measure about 14mm in diameter. If it needs to be shorter or longer, or would like to make this a watch, please contact me prior to ordering. Additional fees may apply and design may need to be altered. 

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♥ The galaxy line is expanding! Check out other pieces available here!

♥ Discounts apply if you wanted to order multiples for wedding parties - please message me before hand to set up a custom order.

A portion of the proceeds from every galaxy line sale will go to the  Planetary Society  to help fund space exploration and research. 
♥ Production time may vary. Please check our turnaround times before ordering.
♥ These are individually handcrafted and the particular piece you receive may vary slightly from what is pictured. These are also not 100% waterproof, so please avoid wearing them in the shower or pool. Nickel and lead free!
♥ Interested in a bracelet with your images? Please see this listing.

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Credit for photos goes to Kristi Woody.