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Amethyst Jewelry, the Stone of Love Vows

Amethyst

Amethyst Jewelry, the Stone of Love Vows

Amethyst Jewelry, the Stone of Love VowsIf we lived in ancient Greece, we would all probably wear amethyst jewelry before going to a party where we know a lot of alcohol is going to be consumed. That is if we give credence to the ancient Greeks who had Bachus and did not confuse at all with the counting of glasses. Amethystos comes from the Greek and means "one who is not drunk." Or if we lived in the Middle Ages during the Merovingian period, we would protect our graves from demons and thieves with many amethyst strings. The Symbolism of...

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Tourmaline Jewelry, Metaphysical Stone

Tourmaline

Tourmaline Jewelry, Metaphysical Stone

Tourmaline Jewelry, Metaphysical Stone Tourmaline jewelry made its debut in the jewelry industry in 1876 when George Kunz, a famous mineralogist, sold a green tourmaline stone to the American company Tiffany & Co. In the years that followed, tourmaline gained popularity as a gemstone, and its metaphysical properties made it a favorite of collectors and practitioners.An old legend says that tourmaline is found in all colors because it traveled along a rainbow and gathered all the colors of the rainbow. Tourmaline can be found in a variety of colors from black to blue-black, dark brown, yellow, light brown, neon blue, yellowish,...

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Emerald Jewelry - The Talismans of Trust and Love

Emerald May Birthstone

Emerald Jewelry - The Talismans of Trust and Love

Emerald Jewelry - The Talismans of Trust and LoveFrom ancient times to the present day, famous women have worn jewelry with emeralds, which accentuate their beauty and elegance. The famous emerald bearer of antiquity is Cleopatra, the famous queen of Egypt, famous for her passion for emerald jewelry, coming from the mines that bore her name. Nowadays, celebrities like Angelina Jolie and Kim Kardashian have stepped on the red carpet wearing emerald green jewelry. This gemstone fabulously complimented the hair of both dark stars. Nothing is Greener Than the EmeraldEmerald is a piercing gemstone. The well-known lithologist Hildegard from Bingen...

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Topaz Jewelry, the Stone of Perfection

November Birthstone Topaz

Topaz Jewelry, the Stone of Perfection

Topaz Jewelry, the Stone of Perfection Topaz is the perfect gemstone. Good hardness, 8 on the Mohs scale, in combination with the most desired colors and a relative abundance and accessibility make topaz one of the most popular gemstones. The most popular colors of Topaz are golden yellow-orange, called Imperial Topaz, as well as red-pink and red-orange. The value of the stone increases the more intense the orange and reddish colors. The most used to create topaz jewelry is blue topaz stones. 14K White Gold 12.18ct Topaz & 0.82ct Diamonds Ring   Topaz is a fairly common and relatively inexpensive...

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Citrine Jewelry - Opulence and Luxury

Citrine November Birthstone

Citrine Jewelry - Opulence and Luxury

Citrine Jewelry - Opulence and LuxuryCitrine has been popular since antiquity and is revered for its rarity, but its value has changed over time. The ancient Romans used it to make beautiful citrine jewelry and intaglio printing techniques.Citrine was very popular when creating jewelry in the 19th century. During the Art Deco period between the two wars, large citrine stones were mounted in numerous precious pieces, including massive and elaborate Art Deco citrine jewelry, made for famous Hollywood stars such as Greta Garbo and Joan Crawford.Over time, citrine was no longer as rare and precious, so its use no longer...

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