Handmade Pendant LYS Long Green
Handmade Pendant LYS Long Green made with silver 925, Murano glass beads and semiprecious stones
You can adjust the size this handmade bracelet by moving the Ziio cufflink.
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Pendant LYS Long Green product is nickel free
Warranty: 2 years
Made in Italy
Amethyst is a violet variety of quartz often used in jewelry.
The name comes from the Koine Greek Amethystos.
Amethyst was used as a gemstone by the ancient Egyptians and was largely employed in antiquity for intaglio engraved gems.
The Greeks believed amethyst gems could prevent intoxication, while medieval European soldiers wore amethyst amulets as protection in battle in the belief that amethysts heal people and keep them cool-headed.
Bacchus, the god of intoxication, of wine, and grapes was pursuing a maiden named Amethyste, who refused his affections. Amethyste prayed to the gods to remain chaste, a prayer which the chaste goddess Diana answered, transforming her into a white stone. Humbled by Amethyste’s desire to remain chaste, Bacchus poured wine over the stone as an offering, dyeing the crystals purple.
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.
Onyx is a variety of agate, which is itself a variety of chalcedony, it was widely used in Antiquity.
With the help of an arrowhead, Cupid had one day cut off the nails (onux) of Venus asleep.
He dropped on the sand these drops of nails, which the Parques metamorphosed into stone: for what comes from a celestial body must not perish.