Pink Indian Paintbrush

Indian Paintbrush is a beautiful wild flower in Colorado that blooms dazzling colors of  red, pink, orange, and a very pale yellow or creamy white. The Chippewa Indians called the Indian Paintbrush "Grandmother's Hair" and used it for to treat rheumatism.  The Navajos used these plants for medicinal purposes such as a contraceptive or to decrease the menstrual cycle.  (Note: This is historical information only and not a recommendation.)  Hike on trails in July and you will find fields of Indian paintbrush on display. The trail design on the strong magnetic clasp is meant to encourage you to get out and get on the trail to see these beautiful flowers. The bracelet is made with two 5mm wide lengths of deep rose/pink Italian leather.

Italian Flat Leather: Top quality cowhide leather. Vegetable-tanned and dyed. REACH compliant. Made in the European Union.

Sliders and clasp:

Zinc plated with 99.9% sterling silver

Origin: European Union

Free of lead, nickel, cadmium.


"O" Rings are latex-free rubber


Pink Indian Paintbrush

  • Measure your wrist and add  3/4" to 1" to your wrist size when purchasing 10mm bracelets.

  • Silver can be buffed with a silver cleaning jewelry cloth. Remove bracelet before bathing or swimming. If leather detaches from clasp over time, simply re-glue.  I suggest using Gorilla Super Glue. Any strong glue that bonds with leather and metal will work.