Tiffany Stone Crocheted purple bracelet, purple crochet


Crocheting is a specialty that Stacy is passionate about, so she decided to crotchet these beautiful tiffany stones, into a bracelet. The bracelet consists of hundreds of tiny faceted "tiffany stones" crocheted into a rope.

The bracelet is a size 7 and is finished with a sterling silver circle toggle clasp. This is a one of a kind piece and will not be replicated.

Tiffany stone is a rare material. It is mined at only one location in the world - the Brush Wellman beryllium mine, at Spor Mountain, western Utah. It occurs there as nodules that are part of the beryllium ore produced at the mine. Most of the tiffany is ground up and destroyed to produce the beryllium. The miner there, has a daughter named Tiffany who the stone was likely named after. The nodules typically contain between one and two percent beryllium by weight.

►Handcrafted in our shop in the South End, Boston Massachusetts.