Godtivity Natural Emerald And 14k Gold BraceletGodtivity Natural Emerald And 14k Gold Bracelet

Exodus 28:15-17 You are also to make a breastpiece of judgment with the same workmanship as the ephod. Construct it with gold, with blue, purple, and scarlet yarn, and with finely spun linen. It must be square when folded over double, a span long and a span wide. And mount on it a setting of gemstones, four rows of stones: In the first row there shall be a ruby, a topaz, and an emerald;


This bracelet is made with beautiful and dainty 4mm natural emerald gemstone beads, fun letter beads that spell out Created To Create with gold detail and 4mm 14K gold filled beads. Emerald is an ancient stone with multiple bible references. it is used in the breastplate of Aaron and associated with the tribe of Judah. Gold filled beads have an actual layer of 14k Gold, giving it more value and making it tarnish-resistant. The elegant bible verse bracelet is an instant conversation starter. Opening the door for you to share your creative journey with those around you.


For size measurement, you can measure your wrist and add 1/2” for a snug fit or add 1” for a looser fit. When choosing your size please select the length of bracelet.


Bracelets are made to order. Please allow 1 week for manufacturing.

  • 4mm Natural Emerald Gemstone beads
  • 4mm 14K Gold Filled Beads
  • Burlap gift bag, perfect for gifting or storing jewelry

    Due to their organic nature, natural gemstones may vary in color, shape size and markings.

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    Why natural emerald gemstones?

    an ancient Biblical stone

    Emerald is an ancient stone with references to it scattered all throughout the bible. 

    Exodus 28:20, 39:13, Ezekiel 28:13, Revelations 4:3, 21:18 Emerald is a green variety of beryl. One of the earliest known sources of emerald were mines located near the Red Sea in Egypt. There is evidence that these mines were in operation as early as 1650 BC (the time that the Hebrew people would have been in Egypt). Later these mines became known as Cleopatra’s Mines, who was quite fond of emeralds and was reported to wear them to enhance her beauty. 

    Aaron's breastplate

    Emerald is the third stone in the first row of the breastplate of Aaron. The first mention of stones in the Bible (Exodus 28:17-20) has to do with the stones in Aaron's breastplate. Aaron was Moses' brother and led the tribe of the high priests. His breastplate was adorned with twelve stones and is described in the Bible as the breastplate of judgment or decision. "You shall put settings of stones in it, four rows of stones: The first row shall be a sardius, a topaz, and an emerald ; this shall be the first row; the second row shall be a turquoise , a sapphire, and a diamond; the third row, a jacinth, an agate, and an amethyst; and the fourth row, a beryl, an onyx, and a jasper." 

    the tribe of judah 

    There are 12 different stones on Aaron's breast. Each stone represents one of the tribe of Judah. Emerald being the third stone is also believed to be representative of the tribe of Judah. The tribe of Judah stands out among the twelve tribes because of its associations with the house of David, the southern kingdom of Judah, and its capital in Jerusalem. The blood line and lineage of David is also the blood line and lineage from which Jesus was born Matthew 1:1–17. 

    Care Instructions

    1.  Carefully roll bracelet on and off of your wrist.

    2. Do not to submerge the bracelet in the water for long periods of time. The 14K gold filled beads will not 

    tarnish or fade and emerald stones won't be affected, but the black in the letter beads may fade. 

    3. Spot clean with a cotton swab and mild soap as needed

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