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Sybil Ludington Bracelet

Sybil Ludington Bracelet

  • 14k Gold Fill Extender, Clasp, & Findings
  • Tree Agate


Length ⇢ 7.25 inches + 1/2 inch Extender


Our gemstone bracelets are great for layering with other bracelets - crystal, chain, or stretch! 


Find out the history, lore, & healing powers of Agate in the information sections at the bottom of the page. 

Ordering this piece of jewelry as a gift? We offer a brief version of this information in an elegant card format. Add it to your gift by finding the Crystal Card blog post. Click on the specific gemstone card & you will see a download & print icon. You can print the card out yourself, or let us know you are gifting these earrings through the "Add A Note" section at purchase.



Every bracelet is made with natural Tree Agate of the same shape & size, however, the color of the bracelet may vary slightly. The difference will not be in the color itself so much, but a varying ombre pattern. This could mean the bracelet is slightly darker or lighter due to more green than white, or vice versa. 


How To Keep Your Extender From Catching & Pulling
If you have a small wrist & don't need to use the extender, there is an easy way to keep it from hanging from your wrist! Take the end of the chain & clasp it with the end of the bracelet. This will cut the length of the extender in half! If you want to purchase the bracelet without the extender, let us know in the "Add A Note" section at purchase.


This gemstone bracelet is made with 14k gold filled metal & natural crystals. It is hypoallergenic & won't tarnish, turn, or stain your skin. It's perfect for the person who loves to wear jewelry for long periods of time & for those who have sensitive skin!



Find out more about Sybil Ludington, Agate, & 14k Gold Fill Metals, & how to care for your jewelry in the information sections below.

  • "Up, Up there, soldier. You're needed, come!
    The British are marching!" & then the drum
    Of her horse's feet as she rode apace
    To bring more men to the meeting place.

    This is a poem written about 16-year old Sybil Ludington who rode her horse through 40 miles of Hudson Valley country two years into the Revolutionary War on April 26, 1777. She was riding to call her father's troops to battle.

    Known as the "female Paul Revere," Sybil became a symbol for colonial women's vital & often masked role in early American life. This stormy spring night in April, British forces had torched Danbury, a Patriot stronghold in western Conneticut. Night riders raised the alarm & armed colonials from New York & Conneticut caught up with the redcoats the next day in Ridgefield, Conneticut. A major battle ensued. The British suffered more casualties & continued their retreat to the sea. 

    The story of how the daughter of Col. Henry Ludington of Kent, NY rode her horse was forgotten for an entire century before it was discovered again in an 1880 history book. While the story of Paul Revere was a much more popular tale, he didn't become famous until around the same time, as well. It was at this time that female folk heroes from the Revolution began to assume a special place in the hearts of Americans. Stories of other women, such as Betsy Ross & her first flag, began to circulate along with that of Sybil. 

    Unfortunately, like most Revolutionary-era women, Sybil Ludington didn't leave behind many official documents. The lack of details about her life has made her the ideal heroine for all sorts of causes - these days many feminists groups celebrate her, as well as the National Rifle Association, who honored her memory with the Sybil Ludington Women's Freedom Award.

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