Nascor Silver Tiger Eye

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Specifications

Stones 12MM Tiger Eye beads
Metal Beads Three 12MM 925 Sterling Silver beads
16x8MM 925 Sterling Silver logo bead
Size Custom-made to fit your wrist perfectly
Packaging Arrives in a Luxurious Box

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For thousands of years, every civilization on earth has gazed upon the stars in search for answers to their biggest questions. The answers they found were wrapped up in stories and passed down the generations.

One of the biggest questions has always been about our origin. Where do we come from?

With our Nascor collection, we explore the star inspired origin stories of different civilizations.



Tiger Eye – Zulu

In the oral myths of the Zulu people, the god of creation, Unkulunkulu (meaning Very Big One), grew from a seed that fell to the earth. He is seen as the as first man and creator of all things, and he taught men how to hunt, fish, make clothes, houses, and fire.

Zulu's believe that the spirits of the death mediate between them and their creator. To please Unkunlunkulu and their ancestors, offerings are made in return for guidance and advise to retain good health and happiness.

They also believe in a long life that continues after death as a spirit. Getting old is seen as a blessing because they will soon become ancestors and therefore older people are highly respected.

Our Nascor Tiger Eye bracelet honors our own ancestors and what they taught us. We hope that wearing this bracelet encourages you, to share your gifts and advice with the generations below you, just like the Zulu ancestors did.



Product information

For thousands of years, every civilization on earth has gazed upon the stars in search for answers to their biggest questions. The answers they found were wrapped up in stories and passed down the generations.

One of the biggest questions has always been about our origin. Where do we come from?

With our Nascor collection, we explore the star inspired origin stories of different civilizations.



Tiger Eye – Zulu

In the oral myths of the Zulu people, the god of creation, Unkulunkulu (meaning Very Big One), grew from a seed that fell to the earth. He is seen as the as first man and creator of all things, and he taught men how to hunt, fish, make clothes, houses, and fire.

Zulu's believe that the spirits of the death mediate between them and their creator. To please Unkunlunkulu and their ancestors, offerings are made in return for guidance and advise to retain good health and happiness.

They also believe in a long life that continues after death as a spirit. Getting old is seen as a blessing because they will soon become ancestors and therefore older people are highly respected.

Our Nascor Tiger Eye bracelet honors our own ancestors and what they taught us. We hope that wearing this bracelet encourages you, to share your gifts and advice with the generations below you, just like the Zulu ancestors did.



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How to measure your wrist

We get asked a lot by our customers on how to measure their wrist, so we wrote a little 'how-to'.

 When measuring your wrist, stay as close to your hand as possible, like so
(the circumference in the video is 7.25 inches / 18.4 centimeters.)

 


Don't have a measuring tape?
Use a piece of string to measure your wrist and lay the string back out on a ruler to get your measurement in inches or centimeters.


When ordering,

Please specify the exact number on the measuring tape, we will make sure your bracelets will fit you nicely.
You can specify your wrist circumference in either centimeters or inches.

Please also specify whether you prefer your bracelet a little looser or tighter.

For example:
How to measure your wrist example