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Handmade bronze Emerald necklace

Handmade bronze Emerald necklace

Regular price €49,95 EUR
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You will recieve the Handmade bronze Emerald necklace from the picture,
The dimensions are 3.4 x 2.1 cm

Let your own heart decide what this Bronze Emerald necklace can give you,
or even better what you can bring each other. For it is an exchange.

Just open you heart and imagine how it will be.

St. Hildegard of Bingen, the noted lithologist, declared, “All the green of nature is concentrated within the Emerald.”
[Megemont, 80-81] Representing youth in the age of man, the power of this lush crystal stirs the soul like the heart of spring,
symbolizing hope and the future, renewal and growth. It is a Seeker of Love and a Revealer of Truth,
inspiring an ongoing search for meaning, justice, compassion and harmony.

Called the “Stone of Successful Love,” Emerald opens and nurtures the heart and the Heart Chakra.
Its soothing energy provides healing to all levels of the being, bringing freshness and vitality to the spirit.
A stone of inspiration and infinite patience, it embodies unity, compassion and unconditional love.
Emerald promotes friendship, balance between partners, and is particularly known for providing domestic bliss,
contentment and loyalty. It was dedicated in the ancient world to the goddess Venus for its ability to insure security in love.
[Melody, 257][Hall, 126][Ahsian, 148][Gienger, 36][Mella, 84]

Emerald is also a stone of great vision and intuition, associated with the eyes and sight,
long believed to foretell future events and reveal one’s truths. It is a stone of wisdom,
enhancing memory and increasing mental clarity. It combines intelligence with discernment,
and brings to the conscious mind what is unconsciously known. Emerald also increases focus and intent,
activating psychic abilities and opening clairvoyance. Traditionally it was used as a protection against enchantment and spells.
[Mella, 84-85][Melody, 257-258][Hall, 127][Kunz, 76-79]

Emerald has been a source of fascination and reverence in many cultures for over six thousand years,
sold in the markets of Babylon as early as 4,000 B.C. It was a stone worshipped by the Incas,
believed by the Chaldeans to contain a goddess, and was highly honored in all major religions for its spiritual power and beauty.
Emerald was considered a symbol of eternal life in ancient Egypt, a gift of Thoth,
the god of wisdom, and was a favorite jewel of Queen Cleopatra. The Emerald mines in Upper Egypt,
rediscovered a hundred years ago, are some of the oldest in the world and were called Cleopatra’s mines for her love of the stone.
Emeralds were also talismans of Aristotle, Alexander the Great, Charlemagne, and the moguls of India.
They’ve adorned the crowns and royal jewels of many countries for centuries,
and fabulous collections and stunning gems continue to be treasured and displayed by the rich and famous today.
[Mella, 84][Eason, 250][]

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