This paracord decade bracelet features Greenwood Jasper beads as the aves and round wooden beads as the paters. This bracelet is strung on paracord which makes it incredibly durable while also giving it a very comfortable fit. This bracelet can be loosened or tightened to fit exactly right.
This bracelet is named after St. Columba. Columba was born into a royal family in Donegal, Ireland around 521. He was ordained by the time he was 25. For the next fifteen years or so, he lived much as priests do. He served at a number of different parishes. However, he eventually had to flee Ireland due to a family feud that resulted in thousands of deaths. He fled to the island of Iona where he built a monastery and wrote a monastic rule. This rule was followed by many until the rule of St. Benedict. He died in 597.