Pearl and Citrine Bracelet - Large Oval with Tourmaline Halo
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Three matching strands of large round white pearls with large oval Citrine surrounded by Tourmaline halo bracelet. These pearls look very sophisticated and like they would like to travel with you.
🔮 White pearls symbolize innocence, beauty, sincerity, and new beginnings. This is what makes the white pearl a true classic for bridal jewelry. It's the most used pearl that you'll see designed in jewelry today.
They are believed to attract wealth and luck as well as offer protection. Known for their calming effect, pearls can balance one's karma, strengthen relationships, and keep children safe. The pearl is also said to symbolize the purity, generosity, integrity, and loyalty of its wearer.
According to history and the myths, pearls are symbolic of wisdom gained through experience. The gems are believed to offer protection, as well as attract good luck and wealth. They are well-known for their calming effects.
The romantic and magical beauty of pearls always has attracted lovers of jewelry and women, and for many years have adorned them in various ways. For some people, a must have gift item is a pearl, which is given as a symbol of affection and pure love, as well as good luck.
The Parable of the Pearl (also called the Pearl of Great Price) is one of the parables of Jesus. Again, the kingdom of heaven is like unto a merchant man, seeking goodly pearls: Who, when he had found one pearl of great price, went and sold all that he had, and bought it.
🔮 Citrine is the variety of quartz that ranges from pale yellow to brownish orange in color. Citrine is derived from an old French word citrin, which means “yellow”. It takes its name from the citron fruit because of these lemon-inspired shades. Citrine’s yellow hues are caused by traces of iron in quartz crystals. This occurs rarely in nature, so most citrine on the market is made by heat treating other varieties of quartz-usually the more common, less expensive purple amethyst and smoky quartz-to produce golden gems.
Throughout history, people believed that citrine carried the same powers as topaz, including the ability to calm tempers, soothe anger and manifest desires, especially prosperity. To leverage these powers, Egyptians used citrine gems as talismans, the ancient Greeks carved iconic images into them, and Roman priests fashioned them into rings. It is also known as the “healing quartz” for its ability to comfort, soothe and calm. It can release negative feelings, spark imagination and manifest fresh beginnings. It’s even called the “merchant’s stone” for its tendency to attract wealth and prosperity.