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For special occasions

Since Pretty Ogr mostly use semi precious stones, our jewellry doesn't get so delicate as we sometimes wish. Now were introducing a new, exclusive airy line for the more special occasions. Narrow drop beads of gemstone mixed with airy silver beads and tiny 2 mm multigem* or gemstone beads in a design suitable for the décolletage on your cocktail dress or evening gown.

 

Lenght: aprox 50 cm

 

In stock: Golden sandstone, Lapis lazuli

Price:     USD 34

 

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Golden Sandstone, Goldstone or Sun Sitara, is often mistaken for a gemstone but it’s actually a form of glittering glass manufactured in a low-oxygen atmosphere. It tolerates a smooth polish and can be used for carved beads and figurines, that reflectes in the pricing. The original production process was invented in the 1700s Venice by the family Miotti, a process that was granted an exclusive license from the Doge. Persistent rumors claimes that gold stone was the result of an accident when the family tested combinations for the manufacture of glass, and sometimes that it was first made by monks. The most common colour is reddish brown but also blue, green or black are present, with small crystals of copper that gives the stone its shimmer.

Although it is considered a 'Master Healer' that stabilize emotions and help you to remain calm. It is used as an energy source, reflects unwanted energies and reminds us to set high goals and achieving them. It is also considered to increase blood flow.

 

*Multigem is a mix of transparent gemstones e.g. Amethyst, Citrine, Peridot, Rose quartz, Prehnite, Rutile quartz, Smokey quartz etc. The inspiration for the mix may come from healing and Chakra properties where these crystals have been used a long time. At the court gatherings and balls, noble ladies had beautyful gold cases with four compartments for the essentian crystals to protect them.

 

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Latest update: 22 september 2015