EARRINGS "STONE VII"
9.25 sterling silver earrings with amethyst chip beads.
Colors that are ideal for the whole year.
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I invite you to read, the properties of the gems you carry, and whose properties you will benefit, besides being an informal and elegant piece at the same time.
The Greeks and Romans drank in amethyst cups to avoid drunkenness, in the Middle Ages, Konrad von Megenberg (1309–1374 scholar, naturalist, German Roman Catholic writer), aptly classified the amethyst as a mineral that "makes people brave, sanity and scares away bad thoughts." The Magnificent Jewellery of the mid-Victorian (1860-1880): The Magnificent period coincided with the death of Albert, Queen Victoria's husband, pushing her into a period of mourning. Certain pieces of jewelry from the Magnificent period have a dim, austere and bleak design. Known as the mourning of jewelry, these pieces stand out for having heavy and dark stones, such as amethyst among others, Catherine the Great of Russia and many nobles throughout history also used amethysts.
It is perfect for meditation, it protects against the negative energies of the environment. Provides support to cope with losses, boosts memory and improves motivation. It also racks up recurrent nightmares and hatred, fury or anger. This stone facilitates the decision making process, enhances the assimilation of new ideas, opens the intuition, is a relaxing stone.
Chacras: Sacred, bun-eyed.
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