HOW TO CLEAN SILVER JEWELS


All BOHO ME creations are handcrafted with love and therefore deserve an equal amount of care. PLEASE DO NOT : - Directly spray perfume, hairspray, body cream or any chemicals on it - Submerge it in water - Clean it with harsh or any chemicals ........................... TO CLEAN YOUR SILVER JEWELS, YOU HAVE 2 SOLUTIONS, THE 1ST ONE IS VERY BOHO WHILE THE 2ND ONE IS MORE LET'S SAY "TRADITIONAL" : 1.- IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR AN ECOLOGICAL APPROACH TO CLEAN YOUR SILVER JEWELS, HERE ARE 7 TIPS, 100% NATURAL, FOR AN EASY CLEANING : Baking soda Delicately rub the silver jewel with a used toothbrush (not too hard) soaked with a solution of warm water and a tablespoon of melted bicarbonate in a coffee cup. Rinse and wipe with a chamois or any soft cloth. N.B - Pay attention to small ornaments or gems as they may come off. Cold ashes Cold ash can also be a great product to clean a silver jewel. Rinse and wipe with a chamois or any soft cloth. N.B - Pay attention to small ornaments or gems as they may come off. Lemon Clean the jewel with a soft brush soaked in the juice of a lemon. Rinse and wipe with a chamois or any soft cloth. N.B - Pay attention to small ornaments or gems as they may come off. Toothpaste Clean your silver jewelry with a rag or a toothbrush soaked in toothpaste. Rinse thoroughly and wipe with a chamois or any soft cloth. N.B - Pay attention to small ornaments or gems as they may come off. Salt water Soak silver jewelry in salt water (at least once a year) for at least a few seconds (15/20) to see the results. Then place it on aluminum foil (which will retain the oxidation) and wipe it with with a chamois or any soft cloth. N.B - Pay attention to small ornaments or gems as they may come off. White of Meudon With the white of Meudon there is no simpler and more brilliant: Mix the white of Meudon with a little water to obtain a paste a little thick and white. Dip a cloth in the paste and gently rub. Rinse and wipe with a chamois or any soft cloth. N.B - Pay attention to small ornaments or gems as they may come off.
Aluminum and coarse salt
These silver jewels exposed too long to the air and to the light turn to purplish black. To eliminate this ugly color that disfigures silver, wrap the jewel tightly in a sheet of aluminum foil by adding coarse salt then plunge this packet into a pot of water that has been boiled.
Wait 10 minutes, take out the jewelery package, open, rinse the jewels and wipe with a chamois or any soft cloth.
N.B. This process is obviously forbidden on jewelry adorned with precious stones. (www.toutpratique.com) All the information concerning the cleaning of the silver mentioned above was found on the blog of Claudine and her team "toutpratique.com" 2.- IF YOU DECIDE TO TURN TO A CHEMICAL SOLUTION TO CLEAN YOUR JEWELS, YOU MIGHT CONSIDER : Silver Bath Pro 580ml • Hagerty Bath for silverware. Professional formula. N.B. Do not use for artificially oxidized silver. ---------------------------------- After having clean your silver jewels, keep them carefully in tissue paper before putting them in a box.




HOW TO CLEAN BRASS JEWELS


All BOHO ME creations are handcrafted with love and therefore deserve an equal amount of care. PLEASE DO NOT : - Directly spray perfume, hairspray, body cream or any chemicals on it - Submerge it in water - Clean it with harsh or any chemicals ........................... Looking for ways to safely remove tarnish and dirt from brass, and bring out the shine ? I’ll share several methods below – but first, some important tips for getting the best and safest results when cleaning brass. Tips for Best Results

  • The brass cleaning methods below are intended for cleaning only brass. They may damage gemstones, cameos, shells, or other components that may be part of the brass piece.
  • Whenever you clean, wipe, or polish brass, be sure to work in the direction of the metal’s natural grain as much as possible – instead of rubbing in circles.
  • Brass really retains water spots – so always dry it immediately and thoroughly.
  • Don’t use any of the cleaning methods here for old or genuine antique brass, as they may also remove some of the lovely patina coloring of aged brass. Instead, wash old brass items gently in soapy water as described below, rinse and dry thoroughly, and rub the surface with olive oil.
  • For brass with an “antiqued” finish, I would use only the soapy-water method described below, followed by olive oil well rubbed in.
  • Use a Q-tip to test-wash a small area on the back side of the item first before washing the entire piece.
When using the cleaning methods below, use only containers, spoons, etc. that you won’t be using for food – since who knows what kind of yuck or toxins they’ll be cleaning off of the brass. HOW TO CLEAN BRASS
Now to clean brass at home, using things you probably have in your kitchen:
  1. Remove Dirt, Oils, and Pollutants. I find that I get more uniform results when I start with this quick, easy cleaning as a first step; in fact, sometimes this is all the cleaning you need to do: Use warm water and a small amount of mild liquid dish soap to remove any accumulated dirt, pollutants, skin oils, etc. from the metal. Use your fingers or a soft toothbrush to de-grime all surfaces of your brass item with the soapy water. When you’ve finished washing the piece, thoroughly rinse off all soap residue. You’ll know the brass is completely clean of all gunk when the water runs smoothly over it without beading up. Dry the metal well.
Then, if you desire more polishing, brightening, or tarnish removal, use one of the following natural methods for cleaning brass:
  • Lemon Juice
Pour 1 cup of water into a glass or plastic container. Squeeze the juice of half a lemon into the water. Add 1 teaspoon of salt, and stir till salt is dissolved. Place your brass item in the mixture and let it sit for a few minutes. Don’t walk away – keep an eye on it so you can remove the brass item as soon as it’s reached the desired appearance. Thoroughly wash your item in water to remove all traces of lemon. Dry completely.
  • Vinegar and Salt
Warning: I recommend doing this procedure outdoors. Although vinegar fumes aren’t toxic, they are quite pungent and can really make your house smell bad! The salt in this method is mildly abrasive, so you may not want to use it to clean delicate brass items. However, it’s safe for most other brass pieces. In a glass container, mix 1 cup of white household vinegar and 1 tablespoon of salt. Heat the mixture in the microwave until the liquid is quite warm, but not too hot to touch. Give the mixture another stir, and add your brass item. Use a soft toothbrush to scrub the item, and then let it soak for a bit. When the brass has reached the appearance you desire, remove it from the mixture. Rinse the item thoroughly in water to remove all traces of vinegar, and dry it completely.
  • Ammonia
Caution : Wear goggles and rubber gloves to protect yourself from ammonia splashes In a glass container, mix 1 part ammonia with 8 parts water. Add your brass item and swish it around in the liquid. Use a soft toothbrush if necessary to scrub the item a bit and clean any crevices. You can then let your brass item soak for a short time – but don’t walk away! I recommend standing right there and keeping an eye on it so you can remove it from the ammonia as soon as it reaches the appearance you desire. Remove the brass item from the mixture, rinse it completely to remove all traces of ammonia, and dry it thoroughly.
  • Finishing Step (Optional)
Use a soft, dry cloth to rub a small amount of olive oil or Renaissance Wax into the surface of the brass. This provides a protective layer that helps the brass item maintain your desired finish for a longer time. Olive oil is a safe, natural item most of us have on hand in the kitchen. Renaissance Wax is a safe, longer-lasting protective layer, especially on surfaces that will come in contact with skin oils. All the informations above have been found on the Rena Klingenberg's friendly community "Jewelry Making Journal"




THE STORY BEHIND THE MATERIALS


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Angel wings

They can be seen as a symbol of God’s presence and as an expression of one’s faith. Angels are believed to be messengers from Heaven who are here to love, support, comfort, protect, heal and guide us. Some people also get angel wing tattoos to remind themselves that they are not alone and the wings are symbolic of a guardian angel, a divine presence in their life. (puncturedartefact.wordpress.com)

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Buddha Head

Buddha means "awakened one." The Buddha head is usually depicted with curly, short hair, Das says, to show Siddhartha after he had cut off his topknot to renounce his privileged past. (latimes.com)

Some other symbols:

Half-closed eyes show a state of meditation: looking outward and inward.

Elongated earlobes hear what's needed in the world. Hand gestures (called mudras) have different meanings, such as teaching or protection.

A dot on the forehead brings wisdom and a third eye to see unity (latimes.com)

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Cowrie Shell

The cowrie shell has many uses and meanings. It has shown up in the form of money, jewelry and religious accessories in almost every part of the world.

Found in the islands of the Indian Ocean, the cowrie shell soon gained popularity throughout much of ancient Africa. Spiritually, according to African legend, if you are attracted to cowrie shells you could be family to an Ocean Spirit of wealth and earth. It also represents Goddess protection which is very powerful and connected with the strength of the ocean. Throughout Africa, South and North America, the cowrie symbolized the power of destiny and prosperity. Rows of shells have been and continue to be attached to masks that symbolize great wealth and the Royals have worn clothes adorned with them for eons. The cowrie shell is an African female symbol. Worn around the hips, it is believed to increase fertility. (www.everythingsoulful.com)

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Feather

Ancient people from different cultures such as Aborigines, Egyptians, Celtics and the Native Americans believe that birds and feathers carry stories, mystical meaning and even magic. Have you heard of that saying : "Feathers appear when angels are near" ? Feathers have ethereal qualities and come to you as sacred gifts from heaven. (nataliakuna.com)

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Infinity knot

The Infinity, Endless, or Eternity Knot is one of the “Eight Auspicious Symbols” of Buddhism. The divine significance of the Endless Knot is that it represents the connection between one's spiritual path, the movement of time, and the omnipresent of Buddha self – or divine eternal consciousness. (www.selfgrowth.com)

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Leaf

Leaves have deep-rooted symbolic meaning in virtually every culture on earth. A leaf can mean many different things depending on the tree it is from. Leaves, trees and forests symbolize refuge and protection, and wood is considered a primal element of the universe. A leaf could also be a reference to the tree of life, which symbolizes life, health, strength and rebirth. (blog.peggyli.com)

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Pom-pom

The word “pom-pom” is said to have originated from the French word “pompon”* during the 18th century. At this time, the imposing Hungarian cavalry known as the Hussars wore what was called a shako, or a tall structured cap, as part of their uniforms. Different regiments put their own trademark twist on it — some ornamented the caps with metal plating, others topped them with feathered plumage or a pom-pom. The colour and shape of the fluffy flourish signified regiment and rank and was a source of pride for a soldier.

Meanwhile, off the battlefield, the pom-pom held great significance as well. In South America, traditional garments of both men and women were being decorated with differently coloured pom-poms as a signal of their marital status. In Rome, clergymen wore square-peaked caps called birettas. The colour of the pom-pom that crowned each biretta signified the wearer’s order.

While pom-poms have always been part of traditional dress in Scotland — men wore a floppy beret called a Balmoral bonnet that was topped with a bright red pom-pom iconically known as a toorie — they enjoyed their biggest rise in popularity during the Great Depression of the 1930s.Compared with tassels and jeweled trinkets, the pom-pom was an economically sound embellishment -– it could be scrapped together with leftover yarn. At the same time, tissue pom-poms were popping up at high school dances as easy DIY decorations and in cheerleaders’ hands as fun, festive substitutes for batons. People everywhere fell in love with the flare and playfulness of the pom-pom.

Today we still love the appeal of the Pom-pom (mixtermaxter.com)

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Tusk

It symbolizes Ganesha, a Hindu deity. There is great symbolism in Ganesha’s one tusk, meaning that a person is wise and beyond duality. Wearing a tusk pendant asserts mental strength and wise character. The character of Ganesha is also thought to be the Buddhist symbol of knowledge. (andreakellydesigns.wordpress.com)

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Velvet

Velvet (from the Latin word vellus, meaning fleece, coat), a symbol of power and wealth, thanks to its silky and brilliant tones have always been the favourite fabric of popes and aristocrats.(luigi-bevilacqua.com)




THE STORY BEHIND THE STONES


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Acai (Seeds)

In relation to youth and beauty, Amazonian Indians believe that the person who uses this seed will always be young and healthy. Acai is one of the most sustainable fruits in the world, helping to support local economies, the environment and local families in the Amazon. This low maintenance tree could be part of the solution to stop the destruction of the rainforest. And it's healthy too, loaded with more antioxidants than any other fruit. (Pachamamacreations.com)

Agate

Its name comes from the Achetes River in Sicily, where the Agates were found for the first time. Historically, Agate was discovered with the artifacts of the Neolithic people, and was used as healing and ornamentation amulets dating back to Babylon. Its medicinal uses continued throughout ancient Greek and Egyptian civilizations, and spread throughout Africa and the Middle East to Russia. Agate is excellent for balancing emotional, physical and intellectual energy, and for harmonizing yin and yang, the positive and negative forces of the universe. (Crystalvaults.com)

Color has a huge impact on our emotions, our perceptions and our spiritual and physical well-being.

BLUE natural agate Blue gems are thought to help create calm and relaxation in crisis situations or chaotic situations, to open the flow of communication between loved ones, to feel truly inspired and to have the courage to speak with one's partner. heart. Blue has positive effects on the mind and body. As a color of the spirit, it invokes rest and helps restore a sense of tranquility. Blue helps slow down human metabolism, cools in nature and helps balance and self-expression. (Bourncreative.com)

FUCHSIA natural agate This color brings security of heart and mind, helping to stabilize emotions. It is a precious stone for people who have uncontrolled emotions and emotions and helps balance all emotions, especially interpersonal, love and family dynamics. (Sagegoddess.com)

YELLOW natural agate Yellow gems are supposed to help clarity for decision-making, boost concentration, increase energy, and offer relief from burnout, panic, nervousness or exhaustion. Yellow is heat, good mood, increased mental activity, and muscular energy. The yellow color helps to activate the memory, the vision favors the, strengthens the confidence and stimulates the nervous system. (Bourncreative.com)

PINK natural agate The pink color represents unconditional love and understanding. She is associated with giving and receiving care. The rose is romantic and intimate, feminine, loving, caring and extremely considerate. (Color-meanings.com)

RED natural agate Red gems are thought to increase enthusiasm and interest, stimulate energy, build trust, and provide protection against fear and anxiety. Red, the color of blood and fire, is associated with meanings of love, passion, sensitivity, leadership, courage, vibrancy and determination. (Bourncreative.com)

RED CARNELLIAN agate Known as a stone of motivation and endurance, leadership and courage, Cornalines have protected and inspired throughout history. In antiquity, as today, it is thought that carnelian helps timid orators to become both eloquent and daring. [Simmons, 92] The ancient warriors wore carnelian around their necks to have the courage and physical power to conquer their enemies. In Egypt, the master architects wore them to show their rank of builder, and the medieval alchemists used it as a boiling stone to activate the energy of other chalcedonies. The Carnelian is supposed to attract prosperity, new resources and good luck. It's a talisman for success. (Crystalvaults.com)

Natural agate GREEN FOAM Through history and all cultures, Moss Green Agate has been known as the crystal of gardeners and agriculture. It was considered a miraculous healing stone for tribal priests of the past, giving them the power to interact with our human organic system, and was used as a talisman to make warriors strong and victorious. Agate is excellent for balancing emotional, physical and intellectual energy, and for harmonizing Yin and Yang, the positive and negative forces of the universe. (Crystalvaults.com)

Aquamarine

The name Aquamarine comes from the Latin "aqua marinus" which means "water of the sea". It evokes the purity of crystal clear waters, and the exaltation and relaxation of the sea. It is soothing and purifying, and inspires truth, trust and carelessness. In ancient times, Aquamarine was considered the treasure of mermaids and was used by sailors as a talisman of good luck, fearlessness and protection. He was also considered a stone of eternal youth and happiness. (Crystalvaults.com)

Amazonite

Called the Stone of Courage and the Stone of Truth, Amazonite offers the freedom to express one's thoughts and feelings, and set strong and clear boundaries. As a powerful talisman of healing and prosperity, Amazonite has been used in jewelry and cut into beads since the time of the first Mesopotamian cultures. (Crystalvaults.com)

Amethyst

Amethyst has been highly esteemed throughout the ages for its stunning beauty and legendary powers to stimulate and soothe the mind and emotions. It is a semi-precious stone in today's classifications, but for the ancients it was a "Gem of Fire", a Gemstone worth, sometimes in history, as much as a Diamond. It carries the energy of fire and passion, creativity and spirituality. Amethyst is a remarkable stone of spirituality and contentment, known for its metaphysical abilities to calm the mind and inspire an improved meditative state. (Crystalvaults.com)

Aventurine Green

Green aventurine is known as the "stone of opportunity", considered the most fortunate of all crystals, especially for showing prosperity and wealth. This beautiful stone brings optimism and a taste for life, allowing you to move forward with confidence and embrace change. It improves creativity and motivation, and encourages perseverance in maneuvering the obstacles of life. (Crystalvaults.com)

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Coral

Coral can be used to reconnect with nature and its variety of wonders. Coral also attracts love and prosperity, especially red coral, which is a stone of passion. Creativity and optimism are also qualities that coral brings out. Emotionally, he brings inner peace, strength and understanding of purpose. (Crystal-cure.com)

Sea bamboo coral RED / SALMON The bamboo coral is in the deep sea. It is an extremely rare species that is found only in a few parts of the world. The bamboo coral of the depths is not only useful for the human being, it also provides strength to the deep seawater ecosystem, which brings positive changes in the life of deep sea creatures. It is believed that bamboo coral is the first organism to show the effects of the change in ocean acidification caused by excess carbon dioxide. The researchers found that some bamboo corals have a lifespan of about 4000 years. It can be an excellent resource for them to unravel the mysteries of the human race and marine life. (Crystalvaults.com)

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Glass

Glass is an ancient material, one of the oldest known and used by man. The first glass used was natural obsidian, volcanic glass, used to make arrowheads, knives, jewelry, etc. Glass objects made from artificial glass were discovered as early as 4,500 BC. BC in Mesopotamia and 3,000 BC Glass represents and carries the energies of transformation, fusion of elements, rebirth, concentration and communication. (Meanings.crystalsandjewelry.com)

The glass beads are available in several colors

Blue color It represents both the sky and the sea and is associated with open spaces, freedom, intuition, imagination, expansion, inspiration and sensitivity. Blue also represents depth, trust, loyalty, sincerity, wisdom, trust, stability, faith, heaven and intelligence. (Bourncreative.com)

The turquoise blue color This color is associated with refreshing, feminine, calming, sophisticated, energetic, wise, serene, full, creative, balanced, good luck, spiritual anchoring, friendship, love, joy, tranquility, patience, intuition, and loyalty. (Bourncreative.com)

The fuchsia color It takes its name from the color of the fuchsia flower that took its name from the 16th century German botanist Leonhart Fuchs (Merriam Webster.com). The color Fuchsia invokes the feminine charm and projects relaxation and lightness (thoughtco.com)

The yellow color It is the brightest color in the visible spectrum and is the most visible of all colors by the human eye. It means happiness and optimism; it's the color of the sun shining, or the bright light and creativity. It is thought to have an influence on the left side of our brain, where deep thought and perception remain. (Colorpsychology.org)

The lilac color It is a feminine, graceful and elegant color that has long been associated with rich and refined women. The lilac color is considered the "adult" rose. Its lighter lavender shades have a sacred place in nature. They suggest uniqueness and uniqueness without the deep mystery of the purple color (bourncreative.com)

The purple color It combines the stability of blue and the energy of red. Associated with royalty, it symbolizes power, nobility, luxury and ambition. It conveys wealth and extravagance. It is associated with wisdom, dignity, independence, creativity, mystery and magic. (Colorpsychology.org)

The Red color It's an intense color full of emotions ranging from passionate and intense love to anger and violence - representing both Cupid and the Devil. It is a strong and stimulating color that represents excitement and energy. Studies show that the red color can create psychic effects such as high blood pressure, libido, respiratory rate, metabolism, enthusiasm, increased confidence and higher energy levels.

The pink color It represents compassion, unconditional love and understanding. She is associated with giving and receiving care. Rose is romantic, intimate, feminine, loving, caring and extremely considerate (color-meanings.com)

Green color The color of life, renewal, nature and energy are associated with the meanings of growth, harmony, freshness, safety, fertility and the environment. It has healing power and is considered the most relaxing and relaxing color for the human eye. Green can help improve vision, stability and endurance (bourncreative.com)

Celadon green color It symbolizes growth, harmony, freshness and fertility. (Celadongreen.weebly.com)

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Howlite White Turquoise

It was named after nineteenth-century mineralogist Henry How who first discovered it in Nova Scotia. It is usually a white stone with gray, black or brown veins. The Howlite is a stone of conscience. It is the stone of meditation and will bring you strength, peace, happiness and contentment in all aspects of your life. (Crystal & Jewelry.com)

Howlite Blue The Howlite reduces anxiety, tension, stress and anger. It is gentle, soothing and calms the energy around you. Blue is associated with the throat chakra and communication. (Cristaux-online.co.uk)

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Jade

Jade is supposed to bless everything it touches, serving humanity around the world for nearly 6,000 years. It is the ultimate "dream stone", venerated in ancient cultures, as today, to access the spiritual world, gain insight into ritual knowledge, encourage creativity and resolve dreams. [Melody, 341] [Raphael, 161] He i cherished as a protective talisman, ensuring a long life and is considered a powerful healing stone. Amulet of good luck and friendship, Jade means wisdom gathered in tranquility, dispelling the negative and encouraging to see themselves as they really are. (Crystalvaults.com)

Jade Blue Jade is a talisman of peace and serenity. He calms and restores. It is the ultimate "dream stone", venerated in ancient cultures as much as today, to access the spiritual world, gain insight into ritual knowledge, encourage creativity and solve dreams. He is cherished as a protective talisman. (Crystalvaults.com)

Yellow Jade Jade, pronounced "yu" in Chinese, means "the most beautiful stone". It was a royal jewel of the early dynasties of ancient China, held in high esteem compared to other precious metals such as gold and silver. In China, yellow jade symbolizes wealth, good fortune, friendship and loyalty. Yellow jade has a multitude of spiritual symbolism. It is considered to promote emotional stability, balance, romantic relationships, luck, wisdom, protection and a long life. (Adaabelblog.wordpress.com)

Red Jade The red jade is the chi stone, bringing the energy of the warrior. It is a talisman of individual power and will, which dispels fear, worry, and doubt that gets attention and invites action. It is a stone of physical vitality, strength and passion, which stimulates the energy of the Force of Life. (Crystalvaults.com)

Jade Ruby It is the stone of "chi", bringing the energy of the warrior. It is a talisman of individual power and will, which dispels fear, worry, and doubt that gets attention and invites action. It is a stone of physical vitality, strength and passion, which stimulates the energy of the Force of Life. (Crystalvaults.com)

Jasper Silver leaf

Historically, Jasper is traceable to all peoples and ancient civilizations. Carried by shamans, priests and kings, it was considered sacred and a powerful protective stone, both for the physical world and for the spiritual world. Known as the "Supreme Feeder", Jasper is a stone of anchoring and stability, providing comfort and safety, strength and healing. His presence balances the aura at a level of completeness and peace, and recalls that one is not here on the physical plane simply for oneself, but to bring joy and substance to others. (Crystalvaults.com)

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Lapis lazuli

Its name comes from the Latin lapis, "stone", and the Persian lazhuand, which means "blue". This is one of the most sought-after stones since the history of man. Its deep, heavenly blue remains the symbol of royalty and honor, gods and power, spirit and vision. It is a universal symbol of wisdom and truth. It stimulates the desire for knowledge, understanding and facilitates the learning process. It's great for improving memory. (Crystalvaults.com)

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Malachite

It is a transformation stone that helps someone to change their situation and ensure their spiritual growth. [Melody, 395] He heals physically and emotionally, getting rid of impurities and stimulating Life Force through the aura and body. (Crystalvaults.com)

Moon Stone Peach

The Moonstone holds the power of the mystery. Since time immemorial, this stone has been a tangible link to the magic of the moon - an amulet of protection for travelers, a gift of love for passion, a channel for prophecy and a path to wisdom. The meaning of the Moonstone lies in its energy - a very nourishing, sensual, deeply feminine energy that heals and brings you back to wholeness. It is the mother stone, the deep waters of healing and the sacred feminine energies. (Crystalvaults.com)

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Onyx Matt black

It's self-control, decision-making, intuition, protection. It is widely accepted that black onyx can change your erratic habits when used with faith. It is a powerful protective stone because it absorbs the negative energy of people to release mental stress and promote emotional well-being. (Gemstonemeanings.us)

Opal Green (Africa)

Green Opal is a cleansing and rejuvenating stone that promotes emotional recovery and promotes relationships. Green Opal has the ability to filter information and reorient the mind, giving meaning to everyday life. (Ravencrystals.com)

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Pearl White natural

One of the earliest religious accounts of the pearl claims that Adam and Eve would have cried after being chased out of Paradise, creating a pearl lake. It was believed that the white pearls came from Eve's tears and Adam's black pearls. Pearls symbolize the wisdom gained through experience. They are supposed to attract wealth and luck as well as offer protection. Known for their soothing effect, pearls can balance karma, strengthen relationships and protect children. The pearl is also supposed to symbolize the purity, generosity, integrity and loyalty of its wearer. (Bellatory.com)

Pyrite

It is often called "the gold of the mad". It is a stone of action, vitality and will, which exploits the abilities and potential of everyone, stimulating the flow of ideas. This brings confidence and persistence to bring things to a successful conclusion. (Crystalvaults.com)

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Quartz Blue

Blue Quartz is a soothing and calming stone, bringing a relaxing and peaceful atmosphere to any situation. Many use blue quartz to clean the aura and eliminate the most intense energy blockages. Blue quartz improves organizational abilities, self-discipline and order by balancing the throat chakra and improving communication between the upper and lower chakras. (Healingcrystals.com)

Orange quartz It should be your crystal of choice when you want to gain more understanding, growth, or acceptance. It will help you evaluate and address your inner problems without judgment or criticism. The energies of the Orange Quartz will encourage forgiveness, and give you the courage to free yourself from past problems and trauma that no longer serve your purpose. It will get rid of everything that prevents you from moving forward! It will work well with the Sacral, Chakra energies, fostering creativity and accepting changes and transitions in your life. This crystal will support the balance in the sacred chakra and help you put the past behind. It is a crystal of perseverance and strength. It presents an energy that allows a better understanding of the events that will affect you and your life. This crystal will help you find a place of calm and serenity after a physical or emotional trauma. (Meanings.crystalsandjewelry.com)

Rose quartz Called the heart stone, the pink Quartz may have been used as a love pawn from 600 BC. It is still an important talisman of relationships. It is effective enough to attract new love, romance and intimacy, or to develop a closer bond with family or friends. It supports connection within groups and community, and brings great spiritual harmony to the Earth, the Universe, and the Divine. (Crystalvaults.com)

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Rhodonite

An extraordinary stone of the Heart Chakra, Rhodonite is highly recognized as an emotional healer and to refocus during stressful times. It is a stone of purpose, cooperation and community, altruism and generosity of spirit. It is a talisman to advance the "brotherhood of humanity". (Crystalvaults.com)

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Sodalite from Brazil

Dating from ancient civilizations, the crystalline meaning of Sodalite is linked to the ethereal energy that promotes the highest form of self-expression. In the Renaissance, this shade of blue was considered a sacred color (blue coronation). Sodalite promotes peace and tranquility and works to connect our physical and spiritual individuals. This precious stone provides inspiration and stimulates intuition. (www.energymuse.com)

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Tiger Eye

It is an ancient talisman, mysterious and powerful, an "omniscient eye that sees everything". It gives the wearer the ability to observe everything. This wonderful stone teaches the balance between extremes, coming out of the world of duality - good and bad, good and bad, dark and light. He brings a more practical and compassionate reasoning to his choices, and helps to reflect the Spirit through every action taken in the world. (Cryatalvaults.com)

Tourmaline

The great popularity of tourmaline as a gemstone began in 1876, when mineralogist and jeweler George Kunz sold a green tourmaline from Maine to the famous Tiffany and Co. in New York. More recently, he has become a favorite of metaphysical collectors and practitioners for his versatile energy properties. Tourmaline is an extraordinary crystal to clean the emotional body of destructive feelings and old wounds accumulated over time. It frees guilt, worry, depression and anxiety, and guides these emotions in self-love. (Crystalvaults.com)

The black tourmaline stone It is always venerated as a protective talisman, a psychic shield that deflects and dispels negative energies, entities or destructive forces. It is also a powerful engine that promotes the feeling of power and self-confidence, allowing a clearer and more objective vision of the world. It gives power to those who have to live or work in difficult environments or in difficult circumstances. It is an earthen, electric stone, providing a connection between the Earth and the human mind. (Crystalvaults.com)

Turquoise

Turquoise is perhaps the oldest stone in human history, the talisman of kings, shamans and warriors. It is a stone of protection. The name Turquoise is derived from French, turquoise stone, which means "Turkish stone", because the trade routes that transported Turquoise to Europe from the mines of Central Asia They crossed Turkey and Venetian merchants often bought stone in Turkish bazaars. For thousands of years, Turquoise has been considered a symbol of wisdom, nobility, power and immortality. [Eason, 239] Among the ancient Egyptians, the Persians, the Chinese, the Aztecs, the Incas of South America and the North American Indians, putting Turquoise in its finery was sacred. It marked power, luck and protection, ambition and creativity. (Crystalvaults.com)

Turquoise of Africa Considered as the stone of evolution, the Turquoise of Africa brings great changes and transformations in life. His encouraging energy opens minds to the possibility of novelty. It provides the balance and confidence needed to foster the process of self-development. It will renew your spirit, your energy and your way in life. (Crystalvaults.com)




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All BOHO ME creations are handcrafted with love and therefore deserve an equal amount of care. PLEASE DO NOT : - Directly spray perfume, hairspray, body cream or any chemicals on it - Submerge it in water - Clean it with harsh or any chemicals ********************************************************************************************* Toutes les créations BOHO ME sont faites à la main avec soin et en méritent donc autant de votre part.
MERCI DE NE PAS :
- vaporiser directement du parfum, de la laque, de la crème pour le corps ou tout produit chimique sur vos bijoux
- Plonger dans l'eau
- Nettoyer avec des produits chimiques




CHOKING HAZARD DISCLAIMER / AVIS DE DANGER


ALL THE BOHO ME JEWELS ARE NOT INTENDED FOR CHILDREN AGED 14 AND UNDER ********************************************************************************************* TOUS LES BIJOUX BOHO ME NE SONT PAS DESTINÉS AUX ENFANTS DE 14 ANS ET MOINS (Aller à la page FAQ pour plus d'informations)





 
 

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