Don’t you just love gold. I have made this range of pendant for, a Handful of very select gem specimen that I believe really compliment the gold plating and the simple setting.
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The plating itself is two microns thick and formed onto a textured (hammered) sterling silver bezel which encapsulates the beautiful stone securely.
The bail on the top is 7 mm wide and should suite most chains or ropes you wish to wear it with.
Comes with a adjustable hemp leather lace. I have some other necklaces available, message me to get more details.
The book of Exodus contains an important reference to Turquoise as one of the Turquoisestones in the Breastplate of the Hebrew High Priest Aaron.
The Egyptians began mining Turquoise in the Sinai Peninsula around 5500 BC. In Ancient times the Egyptians, Persians, Mongols and Tibetans all valued Turquoise highly.
The Persians preferred sky blue Turquoise and the term "Persian Turquoise" is now used as a color grade, not a geographical indicator. In Persian, Turquoise is known as Ferozah, meaning victorious and it is the national gemstone of Iran to this day.
In Asia it was considered protection against the evil eye. Tibetans carved Turquoise into ritual objects as well as wearing it in traditional jewelry. Ancient manuscripts from Persia, India, Afghanstan, and Arabia report that the health of a person wearing Turquoise can be assessed by variations in the color of the stone. Turquoise was also thought to promote prosperity.
It is believed that Turquoise helps one to start new projects; can warn the wearer of danger or illness by changing color; and protects the wearer from falling - especially from horses. It is also believed to bring happiness and good fortune to all.A master healing stone that promotes spontaneity in romance and stimulates the initiation of romantic love. It balances and aligns all chakras and subtle bodies and can bring all energies to a higher level. A highly spiritual stone, yet grounding, it brings soothing energy and peace of mind. It brings strength, wisdom, protection, and positive thinking.
A good general healer for all illnesses and excellent conductor (high copper). This gentle, cool, soothing stone is a Native American classic. For open communication, creativity, serenity, spiritual bonding, upliftment;Opens the heart for giving/receiving. Symbolizes our source (spirit/sky) and spiritual love for healing, help. Like amethyst, it protects and detoxes from alcohol, poison, pollution, x-ray/sun radiation. Ancient absorber of "negativity"; protection from "evil eye". Brings wisdom. Helps anorexia, headache, fear, etc. Throat, lungs, asthma, infections, teeth, hearing, high blood pressure, creativity block, depression.
I find these stones are very helpful to me. I use them to help me focus my energy and maintain right thinking. I present this information about them to you as just that. Information on Stones. I do not suggest that you totally rely on this information as a way of curing yourself of serious physical or mental problems. It is presented to you as a helpful and interesting way of viewing the connection of yourself to the Earth and the Universe. If you are seriously ill I suggest you see your physician. shopupz inactive