Burke Ewig Jewelry
Black Euribe body chain
This body chain is named after Eurybe, she was an Amazon who was handy with a spear. She always fought in an unbeatable pattern with Phoebe and Celaneo. Her name means 'grand strength.'
Minimalistic and exquisite, this piece is timeless body jewelery that can be combined with anything for a special touch.
The black jewelry is made with Pyrite, black tourmaline, Onyx and Spinels. As the jewelry is worn directly on the skin the properties from the stones is very important. All the gemstones are faceted and highly polished enhancing the stones natural color.
-PYRITE: Defends against negative energies, environmental pollutants, and physical harm.
-TOURMALINE: Serves as protection against negative energies and harm.
-ONYX:Increases concentration and determination.
.SPINEL: protective stone that repels negativity and grounds the user.
Hand-made with love in Ibiza.
Each hand crafted piece is made using natural materials, ensuring no two pieces are truly alike.
*All pieces are handcrafted in Ibiza (Spain) and made to order
*Slight variations due to the individuality of each piece
The black body chain in these pictures has sold, you will receive a necklace made the same exact way with all the same materials. All natural gemstones beads have their own unique markings and colors, so the crystal necklace you receive will be an original Burke Ewig Jewelry design.
Each piece of body jewelry is carefully packaged in a black satin bag inside an elegant box which makes it the perfect gift.
Please allow 7-10 days for production and shipping on all sterling silver 925 and golf-filled 14k* jewelry.
Please note that all fine jewelry made of 14k gold takes 2-3 weeks to produce and ship.
Once your order is shipped you will receive and email with your tracking number. For international orders, please take into consideration that the customer is responsable for any tax and duty fees on orders that must go through customs.
*What is Rose Gold or Gold Filled? The Gold-filled technique consists of a base metal such as brass or copper, to which a sheet of gold is bonded by pressure or other means. To qualify as gold filled, an article of jewelry must have a layer of gold at least 1/20th, or 5% of the weight of the entire article. Gold-filled is usually a lifetime product because the gold layer bonded to the brass core is quite thick.