Petoskey 4mm Beaded Bracelet

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A Stone You Won't Want To Skip

Petoskey stone, which is native to northern Michigan, is a unique fossil of colonial coral believed to have lived in waters more than 350 million years ago. Crafted from polished, 4mm Petoskey stone beads, this bracelet is a classic and versatile accessory. The stretch cord makes it easy to take the bracelet on and off. A brushed sterling silver accent bead, marked with .925, is adorned with the signature Shinola bolt, our symbol of quality and thoughtful design. The bracelet comes in small/medium, with an inner circumference of 6 - 6.5 inches, or large, with an inner circumference of 7 - 7.5 inches.

Note: Petoskey stone can vary in pattern and color. No two are the same.

 

 

 

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A Stone You Won't Want To Skip

Petoskey stone, which is native to northern Michigan, is a unique fossil of colonial coral believed to have lived in waters more than 350 million years ago. Crafted from polished, 4mm Petoskey stone beads, this bracelet is a classic and versatile accessory. The stretch cord makes it easy to take the bracelet on and off. A brushed sterling silver accent bead, marked with .925, is adorned with the signature Shinola bolt, our symbol of quality and thoughtful design. The bracelet comes in small/medium, with an inner circumference of 6 - 6.5 inches, or large, with an inner circumference of 7 - 7.5 inches.

Note: Petoskey stone can vary in pattern and color. No two are the same.

 

 

 

Note: Petoskey stone can vary in pattern and color. No two are the same.
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SKU 20191335
Color Sterling Silver
Dimensions
  • S/M Inner Circumference: 6" - 6.5" | 15.24cm - 16.51cm
  • L Inner Circumference: 7" - 7.5" | 17.78cm - 19.05cm

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