Handmade Bracelet NAGA
As in the Garden of Eden, to lose oneself in the infinite colors and perfumes of flowers. Thus one may lose ones’ eyes admiring the “Jardin de Paradis” collection. Sinuous lines and powerful pastel colors gracefully blend in the Jardin series,
where bracelet’s, earrings and necklaces transpire fresh elegance.
Come nel Giardino dell’Eden, perdersi negli infiniti colori, e nel profumo dei fiori… così come si perdono gli occhi ammirando la collezione “Jardin de Paradis”. Linee sinuose, e forti colori pastello si amalgamano leggiadri per la serie Jardin, dove bracciale, orecchini e collana donano una fresca eleganza.
Chrysoprase, chrysophrase or chrysoprasus is a gemstone variety of chalcedony that contains small quantities of nickel. Its color is normally apple-green, but varies to deep green.
Chrysoprase helps to make conscious what was unconscious. It strengthens the workings of insight and the higher consciousness.
encourages hope and joy – helps clarify problems – has been used as a cure for restlessness – protection on sea voyages
Chrysoprase is said to be the favorite gemstone of Alexander the Great.
Chrysoprase is used to speed the healing of any wound. It should not be placed on the body, but held over the affected area. Carry a Chrysoprase in a pocket to help heal. Also keep a Chrysoprase close to your bed at night to speed healing.
The best known sources of chrysoprase are Queensland, Western Australia, Haneti Tanzania, Germany, Poland, Russia, Arizona, California, and Brazil. Deposits in central Tanzania have been in constant production since 1986.
Garnets are a group of silicate minerals that have been used since the Bronze Age as gemstones and abrasives.
All species of garnets possess similar physical properties and crystal forms, but differ in chemical composition. The different species are pyrope, almandine, spessartine, grossular (varieties of which are hessonite or cinnamon-stone and tsavorite), uvarovite and andradite.
The word garnet comes from the 14th century Middle English word gernet, meaning ‘dark red’. It is derived from the Latin granatus, from granum (‘grain, seed’). This is possibly a reference to mela granatum or even pomum granatum, a plant whose fruits contain abundant and vivid red seed covers (arils), which are similar in shape, size, and color to some garnet crystals.
Red garnets were the most commonly used gemstones in the Late Antique Roman world, and the Migration Period art of the “barbarian” peoples who took over the territory of the Western Roman Empire. They were especially used inlaid in gold cells in the cloisonné technique, a style often just called garnet cloisonné, found from Anglo-Saxon England, as at Sutton Hoo, to the Black Sea.
In this model you will find also Garnet:
The Latin adjective granatus, abundant in grains (of granutn, grain, seed). Is applied to pomegranate, fruit of the pomegranate (“pomegranate apple”), whose seeds are red.
The red garnet (Grenat of Mozambique, Rhodolite garnet) is undoubtedly the best variety of garnet. It can be found in many ancient tales. In Greek mythology for example, it is mentioned in particular in the legend of the abduction of Persephone by Hades. It is also mentioned in Jewish and Muslim traditions where they are always a symbol of light, but also of fidelity and truth.