This exquisite Unisex Small-Leaf Red Sandalwood and Hetian Jade Lucky Beads Couple Bracelet, a perfect Valentine's Day gift for your loved one. This meticulously crafted 8mm multi-loop Buddhist bracelet is designed to be a meaningful memento and a symbol of love and good fortune.
- Unisex design: Ideal for both men and women
- Small-Leaf Red Sandalwood: Radiates a warm and lustrous hue
- Hetian Jade: Renowned for its translucent, smooth and glossy finish; supports identification
- High-quality material: Made from high-density, high-oil content aged material
- Symbolic meaning: Represents a beautiful life, good luck, and a strong connection to Buddhist beliefs
- Historical and cultural significance: Jade has been revered for centuries for its protective and healing properties, as well as its deep cultural roots in various traditions
Embrace the beauty and elegance of our Jade bracelet and let it be a reminder of the connection you share with your partner. The soothing green shades of Hetian Jade are known to bring harmony and balance, while its cultural and historical significance makes it a timeless piece to be cherished. Let this Jade bracelet be the beginning of a new chapter in your life together, and may it always bring you love, luck, and happiness.
"Small-Leaf Red Sandalwood Knowledge Classroom": Why does small-leaf red sandalwood fade? Is it normal for small-leaf red sandalwood to fade? Many people have noticed that their newly purchased small-leaf red sandalwood bracelets lose color after wearing them for a few days! Did they buy a fake product? In fact, don't be alarmed. Small-leaf red sandalwood contains a component called "red sandalwood pigment," which turns purple-black over time. Once it forms a patina, it will no longer lose color.
What is the patina of small-leaf red sandalwood? A well-polished small-leaf red sandalwood bracelet should have an elegant purple color, with deep and exquisite texture, standing out among other types of wood. In ancient times, it was said: "Purple qi comes from the east!" This coloration is called "patina."
Playing with small-leaf red sandalwood beads method: When initially playing with a small-leaf red sandalwood bracelet, avoid soaking it in water or getting it wet with sweat. It is recommended to use cotton gloves, and wear them while rubbing the bracelet for one to two weeks. In the beginning, there will be red marks left on the cotton cloth, but don't worry, as this is due to the red sandalwood pigment in the small-leaf red sandalwood, which is a normal phenomenon and not color loss.
Afterward, place the small-leaf red sandalwood bracelet in a cool, shaded area for 3-5 days, allowing it to dry naturally. During this time, the oil that has seeped onto the surface of the bracelet will gradually dry and solidify, filling the pores and making the gold stars more apparent.
When playing with the bracelet again, make sure not to touch it directly with sweaty hands; continue wearing cotton gloves while playing. Pay attention to the bead holes and ensure they are also played with. About one hour of playing per day is enough, and after one to two weeks, you will feel a slight roughness on the beads, which means that a thin layer of patina has formed.
Repeatedly follow the steps above, allowing the small-leaf red sandalwood bracelet to dry naturally and the patina to harden accordingly. Generally, this process takes about a week.
After repeating steps 2 and 3 for three months, you will see the small-leaf red sandalwood bracelet displaying a shiny surface. A well-played bracelet may sometimes have a strong reflection or a glass-like luster.
Playing with a small-leaf red sandalwood bracelet is not only a form of enjoyment but also a way to maintain it. New small-leaf red sandalwood bracelets are prone to cracks in the dry, cold northern winters or during seasonal changes because the wood is native to tropical rainforests and not adapted to the northern climate. To prevent cracking, you can apply a few drops of walnut oil or a layer of natural beeswax to the surface of the beads, but do not do this too frequently. If small cracks have already appeared, don't worry too much. As long as you persistently and patiently play with the small-leaf red sandalwood beads, the patina will form on their surface, naturally filling the cracks and achieving self-recovery.