Many of the zipper bracelets sold to stimmers are cheap plastic that break quickly. Bracelets made with better zippers often don’t have a clasp that will hold up to repetitive stimming.
This bracelet is made with a brass YKK zipper with a ring pull big enough to accommodate most finger tips. The clasp is magnetic with a bayonet nut connect lock. This clasp will not come undone while working the zipper and is easier to fasten than a lobster clasp.
3.5mm blue miyuki cubes with copper-lined holes space out 6mm x 8mm aqua green Picasso Czech glass faceted rondelles. A single Ashanti Ghana lost wax technique brass round serves as the focal, and a copper toggle clasp provides closure.
Dark 23mmx11m ebony bicones and Ashanti Ghana lost wax technique brass rounds alternate with light blue 4mm glass Miyuki cubes and 6mmx1mm Ethiopian brass heishi. A copper toggle clasp provides closure.
Four 25mm x 23mm chocolate brown Kukui nuts are focals in a pattern that alternates blue, green, and brown colored 15mm x 8mm turquoise nuggets, 6mm Ethiopian brass heishi beads, and the four nuts. After the focals, the pattern alternates between 6mm Tibetan turquoise heishi and the brass heishi. Copper split rings and a copper toggle clasp provide closure.