Natural stones are a popular bracelet choice among women. Wearing a pure gemstone bracelet derived from an organic rock can have a grounding & calming effect. The right pick can also significantly enhance your appearance and mood. See the complete list and discover the most popular natural gemstone bracelets right now.
Many women are opening their eyes and finding interest in nature and its beauty today. More specifically, organic stones and gems are piquing the interest of many. Once you see and feel a natural gemstone with your own hands, the attraction is easy to understand. Furthermore, most stones are claimed to have specific, varying benefits, including stress relief, increased positive energy, and improved clarity of mind. On top of the unique beauty of your favorite gemstone, wearing it as a bracelet is a great way to keep the crystal close by at all times, making the most out of its potential benefits. Natural stone bracelets are known to suit almost any clothing style and event, making them an excellent daily companion. If you are into nature and its beauty, a natural stone bracelet is a perfect choice.
Nature has given us thousands of different natural stone varieties, and we are here to list the most loved options. To help choose the perfect gemstone bracelet, we'll go over the 20 most popular natural gemstone bracelets, including pictures of each. Whether you're looking for a translucent quartz crystal or a colorful natural stone, our list has you covered. All of our picks provide excellent quality for the price, complement feminine looks, and come with a timeless design.
Without further ado, let's get to it!
1. Tiger Eye bracelet
DETAILS: RELATIVELY COMMON • METAMORPHIC • BROWNISH GOLD
Tiger Eye, also known as Tiger's Eye, is a chatoyant & metamorphic quartz stone with a silky shine and a yellow to brown, gold, or red color. Its unique color and relatively common occurrence make it intensely popular. Tiger Eye is primarily found and mined in South Africa, Australia, and Thailand. Even though Tiger Eye is the most popular natural stone bracelet, its unique appearance never ceases to amaze. Natural Tiger Eye bracelet, €24.95 EUR. Also available in Red Tiger Eye.
2. Aquamarine bracelet
DETAILS: MODERATELY RARE • TRANSPARENT • CLEAR BLUISH
Aquamarine is a transparent semi-precious gemstone, usually with a light blue color, that belongs in the Beryl mineral family. Aquamarine gets its name after the Latin word aqua marīna, meaning seawater. As a moderately rare mineral, Aquamarine is mainly found in Brazil. This bracelet displays a beautiful ice blue color with a slight cloudiness, making it more affordable than the transparent, intensely blue variety. Natural Aquamarine bracelet, €69.95 EUR.
3. Amethyst bracelet
DETAILS: COMMON • TRANSPARENT TO TRANSLUCENT • LAVENDER PURPLE
The Amethyst is a stunning, semi-precious purple and violet-toned quartz crystal. It is the most popular form of quartz in the world. It has a transparent to translucent diaphaneity and can be found in large quantities from South America, Africa, Brazil, and Uruguay. Although this Amethyst bracelet comes in its original form, Amethysts can also have a banded (Chevron) appearance. Natural Amethyst bracelet, €29.95 EUR. Also available in Banded Chevron Amethyst.
4. Peridot bracelet
DETAILS: RARE • VITREOUS & TRANSLUCENT • GREEN
Peridot, sometimes mistakenly called olivine, is a gemstone that only appears in one color, green. Its color palette of green can vary from yellowish-green to olive-green. It has a vitreous to oily luster and a transparent to translucent composition. Peridot is found chiefly in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Vietnam. Although gem-quality Peridot is rare to find, it is a fairly common mineral. This bracelet displays a gorgeous Peridot gemstone attached to an adjustable sterling silver chain. Natural Peridot bracelet, €75.95 EUR.
5. Citrine bracelet
DETAILS: MODERATELY RARE • TRANSPARENT • YELLOW TO ORANGE
Citrine is a transparent crystal consisting of yellow and orange shades, sometimes with sparkle inclusions. It is a moderately rare variety of quartz, found mainly in Uruguay, Brazil, and Madagascar. Citrine bracelets stand out with their unique deep yellow and orange color. Citrine is formed to the same quartz as an Amethyst. As the Amethyst is exposed to heat and pressure over a long time, the iron impurity components oxidize and form Citrine. In a way, Citrine is an aged Amethyst. Natural Citrine bracelet, €34.95 EUR.
6. Garnet bracelet
DETAILS: SOMEWHAT RARE • TRANSPARENT • FLAME RED
Garnet is a transparent to translucent crystal stone, usually with a deep & rich red color. Garnets have a vitreous, almost glass-like luster that makes them perfect for premium jewelry. Although Garnets are found worldwide, it is most commonly produced in the US, India, China, and Australia. Its flame-like appearance separates it from Ruby, another highly valued red gemstone. A Garnet bracelet is perfect for women looking for premium jewelry with natural elements. Natural Garnet bracelet, €66.95 EUR.
7. Gold Strawberry Quartz bracelet
DETAILS: VERY RARE • TRANSLUCENT • RED & GOLD
Speaking of flame-like appearances, the Gold Strawberry Quartz is a very rare variety of Quartz with a strawberry red to orange, flame-like color. It has a unique, trigonal crystalline structure with hematite inclusions inside. It is also known as Lepidocrocite Quartz. This variety of Quartz crystals is mostly found in Madagascar, Spain, India, and Australia. Due to its rare occurrence and high demand, the cost of Gold Strawberry Quartz is often significantly more than other forms of Quartz. Natural Golden Strawberry Quartz bracelet, €84.95 EUR.
8. Black Tourmaline bracelet
DETAILS: COMMON • TRANSLUCENT TO OPAQUE • BLACK
Black Tourmaline, also known as Schorl, is a slightly translucent crystal consisting of a true-black color but can possess very dark blue, green, or brown shades. Although Tourmaline itself is somewhat uncommon, approximately 95% of mined Tourmaline is found in black color. A Black Tourmaline bracelet is a popular way to introduce a natural stone element into your outfit without drawing too much attention. Natural Black Tourmaline bracelet, €34.95 EUR.
9. Labradorite bracelet
DETAILS: SOMEWHAT RARE • METALLIC • CHROMATIC COLORS
A Labradorite bracelet is an excellent pick when it comes to gemstone bracelets. Labradorite consists of a dark metallic & prismatic surface with a fractured interior. Although its base color is somewhere between grey and brown, the mineral produces an iridescent effect reflecting traces of blue, green, red, & yellow. It vaguely looks like it holds the secrets of the universe within it. Natural Labradorite bracelet, €39.95 EUR.
10. Amazonite bracelet
DETAILS: RELATIVELY UNCOMMON • WAXY & GLASSY • GREENISH BLUE
Amazonite, also known as amazonstone, primarily consists of different shades of blue and green but can also present white and yellow hues. Amazonite can display a solid color or a cross-hatched pattern. It has a waxy, glass-like shine to it with a smoothly flowing surface color. Although it is primarily found in Russia, Madagascar, and Brazil, Amazonite gets its name after the Amazon River in South America. Moreover, an Amazonite bracelet offers a beautiful, simplistic gemstone that looks good with any summer style. Natural Amazonite bracelet, €29.95 EUR.
11. Rhodochrosite bracelet
DETAILS: UNCOMMON • TRANSLUCENT • PALE REDDISH PINK
A Rhodochrosite bracelet is a popular natural stone accessory that offers a unique shade of warm pink tone. Rhodochrosite is a translucent manganese carbonate mineral, usually with gorgeous pink or red color. It displays bands that fluctuate in color from shades of white to pink, red, or brown. Rhodochrosite is an uncommon stone that is only seldom found in well-formed crystals. Natural Rhodochrosite bracelet, €109.95 EUR.
12. Blue Topaz bracelet
DETAILS: MODERATELY COMMON • TRANSPARENT • SWISS BLUE
Topaz is a beautiful prismatic crystal with a vitreous luster and transparent diaphaneity. Blue Topaz is extremely rare in nature, and almost all Blue Topaz on the market is made by irradiating and heat-treating a clear Topaz. The stone used to make this bracelet is made of light to sky blue variety of topaz, known as Swiss blue topaz. Blue Topaz can be found in Brazil, Sri Lanka, Nigeria, and China, among others. A Blue Topaz bracelet offers the elegance and beauty of luxury jewelry, only at a much more affordable price-point. Natural Blue Topaz bracelet, €58.95 EUR.
13. Moonstone bracelet
DETAILS: RELATIVELY COMMON • IRIDESCENT • MILKY WHITE
Moonstone is a pearly, iridescent stone, often with a milky white or transparent body and a bluish luster. It is part of the feldspar variety known as adularia. Like most natural stones, Moonstones result from time, pressure, and, according to the myths, moonlight. As the scorching hot magma cools and hardens, it separates Aluminum, Silicon, and other minerals into thin layers, forming Moonstone, among different stone varieties. Most Moonstones are found in Sri Lanka, India, Australia, and Mexico. A moonstone bracelet can offer a stunning accessory that goes well with any outfit. Natural Moonstone bracelet, €54.95 EUR.
14. Jade bracelet
DETAILS: UNCOMMON • SEMI-TRANSPARENT • GREEN
High-quality Jade is a semi-transparent crystal that usually consists of different shades of green. Imperial green translucent Jade (Jadeite) is the most expensive gem globally, topping even the cost per gram of premium diamonds. This jade bracelet is made of pure mint green-tone Burmese (Myanmar) jade stone that creates a beautiful bracelet with a unique appearance. Jade gets its name from the Spanish phrase piedra de ijada. The Spanish explorers saw the natives of Central America often carry a Jade stone on their side, and the Spanish believed it was to cure illnesses. Although it is also found in Mexico and Guatemala, most (70% or more) of the quality Jade is mined from Myanmar (Burma). Natural Jade bracelet, €39.95 EUR. Also available in Nephrite.
15. Moss Agate bracelet
DETAILS: SOMEWHAT COMMON • TRANSLUCENT • GREENISH WHITE
Agate, part of the Chalcedony gemstone family, is one of the most popular natural stones on the market. Although Agate comes in a wide range of colors and styles, Moss Agate is often said to be one of the most beautiful varieties of Agate. Moss agate is a shiny semi-precious stone that consists of a blurred mix of white, dark green, and blue hues. The name Moss comes from its color resemblance to thriving forests with swamps and abundance of biodiversity. This moss agate bracelet is made of pure light-toned moss agate that creates a fabulous, unmatched bracelet. Natural Moss Agate bracelet, €24.95 EUR.
16. Jasper bracelet
DETAILS: COMMON • GLOSSY OPAQUE • CARAMEL
Another common yet immensely popular natural stone bracelet is Jasper. It consists of different shades of brown, white, red, and black. Jasper is an aggregate of Chalcedony, Quartz, and a mix of other minerals. Each Jasper stone has a unique, exciting pattern that is usually displayed as mottled, spotted, ringed, or striped. It has an opaque, glassy surface and often a reddish to brown undertone due to the raw iron particles typical to Jasper worldwide. Although Jasper is found in every continent, most of it is mined in India and Australia. A Jasper bracelet is a great way to show your down-to-earth personality. Natural Jasper bracelet, €24.95 EUR.
17. Pink Opal bracelet
DETAILS: RELATIVELY RARE • OPAQUE • PASTEL PINK
Pink Opal is an opaque crystal stone, often with a baby pink to creamy white, pink color. Although it is one of the more common forms of Opal, Pink Opal is still relatively rare. Most of the available Pink Opals are found in Peru and Australia. This bracelet is mainly made of high-quality pastel pink-tone Pink Opal crystal, resulting in a beautiful multi-hued bracelet with a glossy, opaque finish. One of the reasons for Pink Opals' popularity is its value. Compared to its gemstone grade twin, Pink Opals offer the unique experience of natural Opals at a significantly more wallet-friendly price. Natural Pink Opal bracelet, €34.95 EUR.
18. Lava Stone bracelet
DETAILS: VERY COMMON • IGNEOUS • GREYISH BLACK
Lava stone, also known as Lava Rock or Basalt, is a volcanic stone. In its core, lava stone is cooled & solidified molten lava. It differs from other natural stones by being of volcanic origin. The most common form of Lava Stone is a greyish black rock with dents and small holes. The pattern is formed as air escapes from molten lava while it cools, resulting in an uneven rock. Volcanic stones are prevalent, covering an estimated 8% of the earth's current land surface. Lava Stone makes a perfect natural stone bracelet with its durability, lightweight, and unique appearance. Natural Lava Stone bracelet, €17.95 EUR.
19. Aventurine bracelet
DETAILS: COMMON • TRANSLUCENT • LIGHT MOSS GREEN
Aventurine, a semi-precious gemstone, is a form of translucent Quartz crystal with platy mineral inclusions, often with a unique green color. The inclusions often have a sparkly, metallic structure. It is a reasonably common natural stone and an excellent, affordable substitute for Jade and Amazonite bracelets. Although Aventurine is also mined in Chile, Spain, and Russia, the vast majority of Aventurine is found in India. This bracelet is mainly made of light moss green-tone Aventurine that looks amazing in natural light. Natural Aventurine bracelet, €24.95 EUR.
20. Pearl bracelet
DETAILS: RELATIVELY COMMON • PEARLESCENT • OFF WHITE
Last but not least on the list of most popular natural gemstone bracelets is the pearl bracelet. Technically, a pearl is a gem but not a stone. A shell pearl is made of nacre, the inner lining of oyster shells, also known as mother of pearl. The surface is given a protective coating treatment that gives shell pearls their pearlescent shine known as lustre. Shell pearls are made of the same ingredients as cultured pearls. However, unlike cultured pearls or freshwater pearls, shell pearls are ethical and do not involve inhumane treatment of oysters. In addition, shell pearls are more durable than regular freshwater pearls, highly resistant to perfumes and erosion, and don't turn yellow over time. If you love pearls, there isn't anything better than a shell pearl bracelet. Natural 10mm Shell Pearl bracelet, €59.95 EUR. Also available in 6mm, 8mm, & 12mm.
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