Stands for wisdom, spirituality, sobriety and security.
Wear amethyst if you want to get in touch with your intuition, your feelings, or your values.
Eases compulsive/obsessive behavior (desire for food, tobacco, drugs, alcohol). A Famous
ancient detoxifier, amethyst comes from the Greek amethusos meaning not drunk. Goblets
of amethyst were said to prevent the drinker from being overwhelmed by the drink’s spirit.
Apetite allows the wearer to examine their own beliefs and re-evaluate them. It is a stone
that reduces appetite and increases motivation and energy. It encourages the wearer to be
open and relaxed in company.
Aquamarine, gets its name from Latin words Aqua ,water ,and Mare, sea.
It is the modern birthstone of the month of March and birthstone for the Zodiac sign of Scorpio.
The symbol for youth, hope, health and fidelity and is believed to give the wearer courage,
insight and happiness.
Aquamarine is said to increase intelligence and to make one youthful.
According to legend, aquamarine was the treasure of mermaids , sailors wore them to keep them safe and prevent seasickness .
It is the recommended gem for couples celebrating their 19th wedding anniversary.
Black Rutilated Quartz
Rutilated quartz has been referred to as Cupid`s darts, Venus hair stone and Fleches d`amour,
bringing forth a person`s strengths. Rutile is said to intensify the properties of stones it is placed
with and to enhance one`s understanding of difficult situations.
This beautiful stone is believed to banish fear and further vision. Worn by many to promote
calm and peace. Chalcedone also stimulates creativity.
Jasper has been worn as jewelry, carved and carried as talismans in cultures
all around the globe from Ancient Egypt to Native American traditions.
Jasper was once considered a Warriors Stone, it stands for loyalty, inner strength,
and standing up for what you believe in. Black Jasper is a stone of protection.
Black Jasper is sometimes called “Blackstone”
Birthstone for January. The name was given to the garnet because of it’s resemblance to the pomegranate seed. The first use of Garnet dates back to the Bronze age (3000BC). This gem is associated with strength, perseverity, protection and thought to be symbolic of love and the loved one’s safe travel and speedy homecoming.
They are believed to promote sensuality, passion and fertility.
Garnets are given on the 2nd and 6th anniversary.
The name kyanite derives from the Greek word Kyanos, meaning blue.
The hues of this gemstones can vary from cornflower blues to the greenish blues resembling the aquamarine.
Kyanite is said to promote the ability to speak more easily and express oneself more clearly,
This stone is also believed to have a positive effect on ones dreams and visualization.
Pyrite comes from the Greek word “pyr” meaning "a stone which strikes fire". The resemblance of pyrite to gold has made it a traditional symbol for money and good luck.The golden color is associated with the sun, and with strengthening of the mind.
Gentle and calming Rainbow moonstone enhances creativity, compassion and confidence.
The Rainbow effect brings an uplifting spectrum of light. It has been said to have the power
to grant wishes.
Rodochrosite is often a pink Stone but can be red, orange tan or brown as well.
Rhodochrosite is an excellent stone for love and relationships as it is said to balance and enhance love on all levels.
Astrologically Rhodochrosite is connected to the signs of Scorpio & Leo.
Sodalite is a gemstone well known for its deep blue colour, sometimes confused with Lapis Lazuli. It is said Sodalite clears up mental confusion and reestablishes inner peace. Sodalite is believed to strengthen the power of mind over body and bridges the gap between your thoughts and your feelings.
A wonderful stone for strenghthening relationships. The gentle surface instills balance and
harmony, and can help bring peace, enhancing quiet reflection. It is a stone that helps you
be right here, in the moment.
The colors change according to the angle of light refraction, and may be blue, green,and grey.
It brings clarity of thought, which leads to better focus and concentration. This stone
enhances perseverance, very helpful for those who are prone to overwork.
For long this stone was a symbol of true love. In the ancient Greece Cameo`s were made of this stone!
Carnelian enlightens the spirit and enhances concentration.
While of course the last of our materials is no gemstone it certainly is a equally beautiful
material to work with. Used for thousands of years because of its maluable qualities for
everything from ornate furniture to precision musical instruments.