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Shoto Sterling: more value for men on the wrist.


Prehistoric mammoth ivory or beads from asteroid belts in a handmade bracelet? Shoto Sterling shows how this is possible: made in Germany, handcrafted according to the ancient tradition of the Navajo Indians. A Shoto bracelet reflects the whole world in its beauty, harmony and flow. Round stone beads of jasper, jade and peridot inspire with wonderful natural tones. Special eye-catchers are the partially blackened silver pieces and prehistoric finds, which are incorporated as highlights and individual pieces. Have you become curious? Then let yourself be inspired here!

 

Unusual accessories for customers with high standards

Pearl bracelets on men's wrists look casual. Yet many models are cheap pieces from the Far East, interchangeable and made under dubious circumstances. Not so with Shoto Sterling. The German label focuses on added value that you can see, feel and experience. Each pearl bracelet is unique. That is why the pearls are the same, but never entire bracelets. The background is: the treasures of this earth are to be preserved and transformed. To create something beautiful that brings joy every day, but at the same time is long-lasting and thus sustainable. Every bracelet for men therefore looks a little bit different. This can be the colour nuance or the grain of the round-cut stones. Nevertheless, these accessories convince with great harmony in the composition of the individual beads. Let yourself be inspired by the beauty of passionate craftsmanship: Find your personal favourite piece!

 

Navajo art of the highest quality

What is the charm of Shoto bracelets? Here you will discover what is so special about the giants of prehistoric times. Because in these stone bracelets, beads of fossilised dinosaur bones line up with tiger's eye, jade and agate, for example. Even fossil ivory from mammoths is incorporated into Sterling Shoto bracelets as a harmonious bead.
Every single pearl is a natural product. Therefore, variations in colour, shape and size are not only normal, but also intended. These men's accessories emphasise individuality and possess character. They show strength in dark, powerful shades and underline a delicate side in cream-coloured pearls. No matter which variation you choose: Every bracelet fits perfectly. Why is that?
The hand-strung beads are strung on a stretchy elastic band. This fits the wrist perfectly. What's more, the bracelet for men from Shoto Sterling comes in different sizes. In stock are usually M and L. Small and large sizes can be ordered easily. Size S is also a popular choice for ladies.
On average, each bead is eight millimetres wide. Large enough to magically attract the eye. But at the same time discreet, so that this high-quality accessory can also be combined with a business shirt and jacket!

 

The manufacture behind the label

Like many great brands, the cult label began with something different, with the production of shoes. Three generations of craftsmanship and environmentally friendly tanning of the finest leathers show the passion and enthusiasm for craftsmanship in its original form, just as with the jewellery pieces. Accordingly, Shoto Sterling bracelets bear witness to this love for artisanal processes and a trained eye: away from industrial mass production that is neither sustainable nor valuable.
The production of the bracelets is handmade in Wuppertal. The proximity to the product allows us to realise special requests without any problems.
The German-Italian label refers to jewellery from the southwest of the U.S.A., because this is where the roots of Navajo Indian craftsmanship lie.

 

What do the Navajos stand for?

The handicraft of the Navajo Indians has always shown the connection to the universe: to the sun, moon, stones, trees and animals.
Navajo Indians were considered to be excellent farmers. As people who are in close contact with the earth. Originally these nomads came from Canada and migrated to the southwest of the U.S.A. together with the Apaches in the 13th century. Here they had to adapt and became shepherds. They planted fields and gardens, wove clothing and made extraordinary jewellery with silver and healing natural stones.

The Dineh, as these Indians call themselves, lived in the interior: surrounded by red rock, by endless desert, in harmony with nature. Here, the Navajo Indians developed a high level of silversmithing. They combined many materials, but also colourful stones like turquoise, to create expressive ornaments in necklaces, rings and bracelets. The Navajo Indians developed their motifs, such as claws, special engravings and soldered leaves or twigs, together with the Mexicans: this is how jewellery pieces came into being that bore positive and vital witness to the joy of ornamentation.

 

Shoto sterling bracelet: modern reminiscence of great tradition

A Shoto sterling bracelet with a silver part makes reference to this evolved culture, but interprets it in a new way. Each beaded bracelet convinces with a modern look that is always chic but never bulky. The spirit of New Mexico and Arizona lives in every piece of jewellery. However, this arm jewellery for men inspires with the addition of millennia-old fossils! The incised, blackened, fluted or polished silver beads, for example, frame beads made of fossilised mammoth ivory. Or they visually put beads made of dinosaur bones centre stage. Another highlight are models with meteorite. These bracelets inspire with beads from the Argentinian Campo del Cielo. Huge meteorites were found here. Nowadays, they are used to make these small, round jewels for the wrist.

 

Campo del Cielo: a dazzling name and dazzling jewellery

What does Campo del Cielo mean? Literally translated, the words mean Field of Heaven. Here, between the province of Santiago del Estero and Chaco, lies a magical place in the north of Argentina. A plain on which iron meteorites have repeatedly struck from the sky. The water-poor area was first noticed by the Mexicans in the 16th century. And that was after Indians had repeatedly reported iron falling from the sky.
So far, 26 craters have been identified in the Campo del Cielo with a width of almost 80 metres in diameter and a depth of five metres. According to the latest measurements, it is assumed that the impacts hit the Campo del Cielo four to six thousand years ago. It was also determined and exciting to know: The cosmic iron tonnes originate from the asteroid belt. Asteroid belt means a collection of asteroids located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter in our solar system.

925 sterling silver, prehistoric mammoth ivory and fossil dinosaur bones in the vicinity of rock messengers from the universe: this bracelet is hard to beat for versatility in statement, quality and individuality, and not only for men from and around Oldenburg. Every Shoto bracelet is and remains something unique. That is why it is also suitable as a gift for your partner to artfully express your bond and love. We can also send them to gentlemen from all over the world via our online shop.

 

Variety and a wealth of colours for fashion-conscious personalities

Admittedly: A Shoto sterling bracelet stands out. It is more personal than a silver bangle and more individual than a gold piece of jewellery. Why? Shoto Sterling wants to tell a story. A story that connects people across borders. That's why colours play an important role in a Shoto Sterling bracelet, unlike leather bracelets. One reason is that colours underline your outfit, your style. Other reasons are: Colours carry their own colour psychology. They reflect and support the wearer's state of mind and mood.

The same applies to the stones used. Agate, for example, stands for trust and security. It is associated as a healing stone with various signs of the zodiac, Taurus, Capricorn, but also with Scorpio and Pisces. Peridot, on the other hand, is considered a sun stone. As a result, it is said to positively support psychological well-being. Pyrite, on the other hand, promotes mental strength and focus. With its shimmering gold-silver colour, it is also an important healing stone, to name just three examples.

This is why the collection includes, for example, the bracelet for men in soft creamy white. Made from fossil stones from the seas of this world: 100 million years old before the prehistoric material was cut into harmoniously round beads and then threaded with silver beads as well as dark dinosaur beads to create an exclusive men's bracelet.
Do you want to go colourful? Then discover your Shoto sterling bracelet now in magnificent shades of green: sun peridot, Canadian jade, crocodile jasper and silver beads combine here to create a piece of jewellery in perfect harmony. On the other hand, our model in Turitellen agate inspires with beautiful blue tones and a matt sheen. Thanks to the silver platelets, this bracelet for men has s

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Shoto Sterling: more value for men on the wrist.


Prehistoric mammoth ivory or beads from asteroid belts in a handmade bracelet? Shoto Sterling shows how this is possible: made in Germany, handcrafted according to the ancient tradition of the Navajo Indians. A Shoto bracelet reflects the whole world in its beauty, harmony and flow. Round stone beads of jasper, jade and peridot inspire with wonderful natural tones. Special eye-catchers are the partially blackened silver pieces and prehistoric finds, which are incorporated as highlights and individual pieces. Have you become curious? Then let yourself be inspired here!

 

Unusual accessories for customers with high standards

Pearl bracelets on men's wrists look casual. Yet many models are cheap pieces from the Far East, interchangeable and made under dubious circumstances. Not so with Shoto Sterling. The German label focuses on added value that you can see, feel and experience. Each pearl bracelet is unique. That is why the pearls are the same, but never entire bracelets. The background is: the treasures of this earth are to be preserved and transformed. To create something beautiful that brings joy every day, but at the same time is long-lasting and thus sustainable. Every bracelet for men therefore looks a little bit different. This can be the colour nuance or the grain of the round-cut stones. Nevertheless, these accessories convince with great harmony in the composition of the individual beads. Let yourself be inspired by the beauty of passionate craftsmanship: Find your personal favourite piece!

 

Navajo art of the highest quality

What is the charm of Shoto bracelets? Here you will discover what is so special about the giants of prehistoric times. Because in these stone bracelets, beads of fossilised dinosaur bones line up with tiger's eye, jade and agate, for example. Even fossil ivory from mammoths is incorporated into Sterling Shoto bracelets as a harmonious bead.
Every single pearl is a natural product. Therefore, variations in colour, shape and size are not only normal, but also intended. These men's accessories emphasise individuality and possess character. They show strength in dark, powerful shades and underline a delicate side in cream-coloured pearls. No matter which variation you choose: Every bracelet fits perfectly. Why is that?
The hand-strung beads are strung on a stretchy elastic band. This fits the wrist perfectly. What's more, the bracelet for men from Shoto Sterling comes in different sizes. In stock are usually M and L. Small and large sizes can be ordered easily. Size S is also a popular choice for ladies.
On average, each bead is eight millimetres wide. Large enough to magically attract the eye. But at the same time discreet, so that this high-quality accessory can also be combined with a business shirt and jacket!

 

The manufacture behind the label

Like many great brands, the cult label began with something different, with the production of shoes. Three generations of craftsmanship and environmentally friendly tanning of the finest leathers show the passion and enthusiasm for craftsmanship in its original form, just as with the jewellery pieces. Accordingly, Shoto Sterling bracelets bear witness to this love for artisanal processes and a trained eye: away from industrial mass production that is neither sustainable nor valuable.
The production of the bracelets is handmade in Wuppertal. The proximity to the product allows us to realise special requests without any problems.
The German-Italian label refers to jewellery from the southwest of the U.S.A., because this is where the roots of Navajo Indian craftsmanship lie.

 

What do the Navajos stand for?

The handicraft of the Navajo Indians has always shown the connection to the universe: to the sun, moon, stones, trees and animals.
Navajo Indians were considered to be excellent farmers. As people who are in close contact with the earth. Originally these nomads came from Canada and migrated to the southwest of the U.S.A. together with the Apaches in the 13th century. Here they had to adapt and became shepherds. They planted fields and gardens, wove clothing and made extraordinary jewellery with silver and healing natural stones.

The Dineh, as these Indians call themselves, lived in the interior: surrounded by red rock, by endless desert, in harmony with nature. Here, the Navajo Indians developed a high level of silversmithing. They combined many materials, but also colourful stones like turquoise, to create expressive ornaments in necklaces, rings and bracelets. The Navajo Indians developed their motifs, such as claws, special engravings and soldered leaves or twigs, together with the Mexicans: this is how jewellery pieces came into being that bore positive and vital witness to the joy of ornamentation.

 

Shoto sterling bracelet: modern reminiscence of great tradition

A Shoto sterling bracelet with a silver part makes reference to this evolved culture, but interprets it in a new way. Each beaded bracelet convinces with a modern look that is always chic but never bulky. The spirit of New Mexico and Arizona lives in every piece of jewellery. However, this arm jewellery for men inspires with the addition of millennia-old fossils! The incised, blackened, fluted or polished silver beads, for example, frame beads made of fossilised mammoth ivory. Or they visually put beads made of dinosaur bones centre stage. Another highlight are models with meteorite. These bracelets inspire with beads from the Argentinian Campo del Cielo. Huge meteorites were found here. Nowadays, they are used to make these small, round jewels for the wrist.

 

Campo del Cielo: a dazzling name and dazzling jewellery

What does Campo del Cielo mean? Literally translated, the words mean Field of Heaven. Here, between the province of Santiago del Estero and Chaco, lies a magical place in the north of Argentina. A plain on which iron meteorites have repeatedly struck from the sky. The water-poor area was first noticed by the Mexicans in the 16th century. And that was after Indians had repeatedly reported iron falling from the sky.
So far, 26 craters have been identified in the Campo del Cielo with a width of almost 80 metres in diameter and a depth of five metres. According to the latest measurements, it is assumed that the impacts hit the Campo del Cielo four to six thousand years ago. It was also determined and exciting to know: The cosmic iron tonnes originate from the asteroid belt. Asteroid belt means a collection of asteroids located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter in our solar system.

925 sterling silver, prehistoric mammoth ivory and fossil dinosaur bones in the vicinity of rock messengers from the universe: this bracelet is hard to beat for versatility in statement, quality and individuality, and not only for men from and around Oldenburg. Every Shoto bracelet is and remains something unique. That is why it is also suitable as a gift for your partner to artfully express your bond and love. We can also send them to gentlemen from all over the world via our online shop.

 

Variety and a wealth of colours for fashion-conscious personalities

Admittedly: A Shoto sterling bracelet stands out. It is more personal than a silver bangle and more individual than a gold piece of jewellery. Why? Shoto Sterling wants to tell a story. A story that connects people across borders. That's why colours play an important role in a Shoto Sterling bracelet, unlike leather bracelets. One reason is that colours underline your outfit, your style. Other reasons are: Colours carry their own colour psychology. They reflect and support the wearer's state of mind and mood.

The same applies to the stones used. Agate, for example, stands for trust and security. It is associated as a healing stone with various signs of the zodiac, Taurus, Capricorn, but also with Scorpio and Pisces. Peridot, on the other hand, is considered a sun stone. As a result, it is said to positively support psychological well-being. Pyrite, on the other hand, promotes mental strength and focus. With its shimmering gold-silver colour, it is also an important healing stone, to name just three examples.

This is why the collection includes, for example, the bracelet for men in soft creamy white. Made from fossil stones from the seas of this world: 100 million years old before the prehistoric material was cut into harmoniously round beads and then threaded with silver beads as well as dark dinosaur beads to create an exclusive men's bracelet.
Do you want to go colourful? Then discover your Shoto sterling bracelet now in magnificent shades of green: sun peridot, Canadian jade, crocodile jasper and silver beads combine here to create a piece of jewellery in perfect harmony. On the other hand, our model in Turitellen agate inspires with beautiful blue tones and a matt sheen. Thanks to the silver platelets, this bracelet for men has s