Uluru, Mother Earth
Uluru is the aboriginal name of one of Australia's most sacred indigenous sites, and the symbolic heart of the Australian continent. It was created 600 million years ago and used to lie at the bottom of the sea, a sea which is now desert. It is a single rock measuring almost 350 metres in height and is believed to have been created by 10 ancestors or spirit people. Today it continues to be home to spirits which is why climbing Uluru is no longer allowed.
Our terracotta, pink and gold glass bracelet is a tribute to this historic monolith with its pink flashes evokes the femininity of the planet we so often call Mother Earth together with the black and gold bands which signify the regal authority of a symbolic heart. Uluru is a home and an symbol of Australia's historic heart.
Uluru's terracotta colour is reflected in our two bracelets celebrating this awesome landmark, and so appropriate. Terracotta literally means 'baked earth' and is a truly appropriate reference to our planet in the 21st century. Our Uluru collection of bracelets is a reminder of our constant battle for the ground we stand on, to protect it by healing Nature and planting 10 trees.
Handmade with tempered glass beads, the stretch bracelet measures approximately 17cm / 6.7. inches in length which may vary slightly with bead pattern.
This adjustable handmade bracelet can fit any size of wrist between 13 cm (5.2 inches) and 24 cm (9.5 inches. It may even be used as an anklet for children and those with smaller feet, but check your measurements carefully before ordering.
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We plant a tree for everyone who joins the band. Our COP26 bands will being coming out at the beginning of September - a big month in the battle against global warming!