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Store Hours

Monday: 10-6

Tuesday: 10-6

Wednesday: 10-6

Thursday: 10-7

Friday: 10-8

Saturday: 10-6

Sunday:  11-5

Special store hours apply for Holidays:

Thanksgiving 11/28: Closed

Black Friday 11/29: 10am - 6pm

Christmas Eve 12/24: 10am-5pm

Christmas Day 12/25: Closed
New Year's Eve 12/31: 10am-5pm

New Year's Day 1/1/20: Closed

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Forestique bracelets are made from materials that are as flexible as they are strong. You can quite literally flex the bracelets straight out without damaging or breaking the them. This allows the bracelets to be categorized as one size fits all.  Just flex them open to go over your wrist. They may be tight at first but in the space of an hour or 2 they will react to the heat and moisture of your body and relax to a perfect fit.

Forestique - Jaclyn - African Rosewood + Aspen

  • Henry Wischusen is the artist behind Forestique.  Having grown up around a tradition of wood working, he crafted many items in he youth, from tiny statues to boats!  Wischusen naturally returned to this passion later in life.  He says this of working with wood: "Working with delicate wood veneers, I am able to present all the beauty of the wood while maintaining my reverence to the forest."

    All of the woods used by Forestique are their natural color. No dye stains or chemicals are used in finishing their products. The finish is three hand rubbed coats of pure organic Tung oil.  They combine the Tung oil with all natural citrus terpine to assist the oil in penetrating the wood.

    • Handcrafted in Peachtree Corners, GA
    • "Jaclyn" style - Made with African Rosewood and Aspen
    • Gift boxed
    • Artist's story card included
    • Shipped via USPS, Priority Mail, small flat rate box

    CARE: Wipe gently with a soft clean cloth (no abrasives, please).  Remove jewelry when showering, swimming, or cleaning.  Exposure to saltwater, chlorine or other chemicals can permanently damage a piece.