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Agarwood, Amethyst , Aquamarine gemstones bracelet

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Amethyst: Fire - instils passion and drive

Agarwood Wood - fosters creativity and imagination

Aquamarine: Water - soothes and calms the emotions

Amethyst is a semiprecious stone that is often used in jewellery and other decorative items. It is the purple variety of quartz, and its name comes from the Greek word "amethystos", which means "not intoxicated". Amethyst has been associated with spirituality since ancient times. It is said to protect the wearer from negative energies and inspire creativity and imagination. Aquamarine is a pale blue variety of beryl that has been used in jewellery since ancient times. It is believed to help with healing and protection, as well as promote good fortune for the wearer. Both Amethyst and Aquamarine are considered powerful gems.

Amethyst and Aquamarine are often combined with other gemstones, or even wood such as Agarwood, to create beautiful jewellery pieces. These combinations are believed to enhance the spiritual benefits of each stone, helping to protect the wearer from negative energies and promote creativity and abundance.

Want to balance your Earth Element? Hopefully this bracelet will be your answer

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    Kristie N.
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    I recommend this product

    Amethyst, Aquamarine gemstones bracelet

    I am so happy with this bracelet. It looks beautiful, and feels so lovely to wear. I’ve never been disappointed with any of the bracelets I’ve purchased. They are excellent quality.

    • Have you tried Agarwood (Oud) before? No
    • What do you like? It is a lovely well made bracelet.
    • Anything that you don't like? No