Silver Bracelet with Oval Gems Mother Of Pearl, Amethyst, Garnet, Citrine, Peridot
Beautiful sophisticated design, displays your rogue and independent personality. Our Silver Bracelet is made of Sterling Silver: This Bracelet is Stylish and conversation starter. Just it is unique and simple. Attention catching and discussion starts. It is helpful to stay active, looks beautiful and is light weight.
STERLING SILVER WILL TARNISH and needs periodic simple cleaning.
Weight About 32 gm Sterling Silver, 200 mm long, 12mm wide
You can adjust, tighten or loosen the Bracelet to the most comfortable size on your wrist. Recommended to wear it tight on the wrist so that the silver is in constant touch with the skin to get maximum benefits.
- Bracelet is made of solid silver.
- This is stylish and shows your distinct personality.
- Packed in a beautiful gift ready box.
Throughout history, silver has consistently been used to restrict the spread of human disease by incorporation into articles used in daily life. The earliest recorded use of silver for therapeutic purposes dates back to the Han Dynasty in China circa. 1500 B.C.E. Silver vessels and plates were frequently used during the Phoenician, Macedonian, and Persian empires. Now we can use jewelry made using Sterling Silver.
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is the rarest and most valuable rich apple-green gemstone in the chalcedony family and was often mistaken for emeralds by ancient jewelers. Unlike emeralds, which owe their color to the presence of chromium, the bright spring green of chrysoprase is a result of trace amounts of nickel.
Chrysoprase was used by the Greeks, Romans and Egyptians to make seals, signets, jewelry and other ornamental objects because of its vivid color. The modern word comes from the literal Greek translation chrusos, meaning golden, and prason, meaning leek, indicating the golden-leek green color of the stone.
Alexander III, an ancient Greek king of Macedonia, was one of the most successful, undefeated military commanders in Greek history. A strange story regarding a chrysoprase stone reputed to have been worn by Alexander is related by a Dominican friar named Albertus Magnus.
According to Magnus, Alexander always wore a girdle into battle that was embedded with a bright chrysoprase stone. On his return from a successful campaign in India, he laid aside his girdle to bathe in the Euphrates River. While the girdle lay unattended, a serpent came and bit off the stone and dropped it into the water. Alexander III didn't win another campaign after loosing this precious talisman.