Ocean Jasper Bangle Bracelet
Ocean Jasper Bangle Bracelet
This marine jasper bracelet is rich and lively with concentric circles, bright and elegant, and it feels very much like the traditional Japanese flower cloth. Strolling among the scattered coral-colored cherry blossoms, the white background is like snow, and the green buds of early spring are scattered. Small yellow flowers, there is a feeling of prosperity.
Ocean jasper is a variant of jasper in recent years, produced near the Gulf of Madagascar, where the ancient civilization of Atlantis perished. The energy of the concentric circles of ocean jasper is to bring harmony and tranquility to life. It has ocean-like rich and diverse energy. The markings on the surface of ocean jasper are caused by different crystallization speeds, but they can coexist harmoniously and integrate chaos. The pace of life comes to a harmonious and rich pace that adapts to changes.
The energy meaning of green is growth, spring, creativity, over-abundance, gods, richness, green is also the symbolic color of money, the green ocean jasper can not only allow the heart chakra to flow naturally, give and receive love, but also be able to treat oneself Feel satisfied, free from envy and envy.
The energy of the green ocean jasper is the "growth crystallization", which contains the power of nature's continuous renewal and growth, birth and development. It is a strong creative energy and one of the main energy energies that make up the earth. He guards new family relationships, or new partnerships and business ventures, so that everything can flourish and bear fruit with hard work.
The white ocean jasper is the color of cleanliness, purity, unity, innocence and fusion with divinity. The eternity of white light is like the color given to us by the moon reflecting the sun's light. This is the energy color of birth, regeneration and rebirth, and symbolizes the energy of the goddess in many cultures.
Coral color ocean jasper, energy is luck, and unconditional love, spiritual meaning is higher intuition. In the Aura-soma system, coral color is the radiation color of the new Christ, and the emotional meaning is the unresolved and resolved relationship, spontaneous Sex begins to be free from infidelity, the ability to accept love, the joy in love, merge with everything.
People with coral characteristics, when they are not in their own power center, are easy to ask the other person to love her in her way. If they do not use her way, they are not loved and trapped in unclear vision. It is also easy to project (identification of the positive and negative characteristics of others, without knowing that those identified characteristics are owned by oneself), self-analysis, the positive coral potential is to go beyond one’s frustration, dependence, interdependence, and finally towards The coexistence of independence and mutual dependence and mutual independence.
People who like coral have great potential for love and the ability to take care of others. Let this energy flow naturally. You/your life will not lack noble people and good luck.
The red ocean jasper is a gem of bold beauty. It symbolizes the vitality and blood of Mother Earth. It has the characteristics of a clear and prom queen. It has a special feature that it will enhance a person’s animal intelligence instinct. When deciding, follow instinctive wisdom to get the best results.
Inner Diameter: 54mm, #17
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Coral makes jewellery of a very special fascinating charm: the perfect embodiment of mankinds yearning for summer, sun and faraway seas.
The name as such, however, is still puzzling to linguists. Some are convinced that the Greek wordkoraillon is the root, as this signifies the hard and calcareous skeleton of the Coral animal. Another possible source is kura-halos, meaning mermaid, and after all, the fine Coral branches sometimes remind us of the shape of people. Other experts favour the theory that the word comes from Hebrew, goral, the name for the stones used to cast an oracle, and in fact the Coral branches were used for casting oracles in former times in Palestine, Asia Minor and the around the Mediterranean.
Corals live in depths between three to three thousand metres in the seas around Japan, Taiwan and the Malayan Archipelago, in the Red Sea, the Biscayan Gulf and around the Canary Islands, but also in north-eastern Australia and off the Midway Islands. In the Mediterranean there are Coral reefs all around the Tyrrhenian Sea, along the coastline of Sardinia and also off the shores of Tunisia and Algeria, Yugoslavia and Turkey.
When talking about Coral, the Coral reefs of the Pacific Ocean or of Australia are the first images which come to mind reefs, banks, atolls which are some of Natures most impressive miracles of beauty. But it is not these protected kinds of Coral which we are taking a closer look at here. For jewellery purposes, only Corals of the species e.g. Corallium rubrum or Corallium japonicum are being used.
Like pearls, Corals also belong to the organic jewellery material. It is an interesting phenomenon indeed that both are products of the element water, and are in fact chemically related. Both consist of over 90% carbonic lime. It is a virtual miracle that Nature manages use the same dull material to create fiery red Coral and to let grow beautiful pearls.
Corals are produced by tiniest life forms, which settled in the depths of warm seas in vast colonies, long before our time. The Coral cnidarian is covered by a fleshy skin and secretes a calcareous substance, from which there are built the branchlike structures of the of the Coral stems. They can grow up to 40 cm in height, the thickness of the branches, however, hardly ever amounts to more than four cm. Only at the forks the structures are a little thicker. And from these parts the valuable raw material is gained which will then be turned into pieces of jewellery, large Coral balls or carved objects.
The fragile Coral trees are traditionally brought to the light of day from the depths of seas by means of dragnets. Since first class Coral, however, has become rather rare, today a more environment conscious approach is generally applied and divers will collect the fragile Coral branches. In the next step, the pieces are cleaned, sorted, and treated with saws, files and drills. Coral is hardly ever cut like other gemstones.
When unfinished, Coral appears dull and matted. Only after polishing it receives its beautiful gloss. Often Coral is porous, sometimes with fissures and thus of lower quality. To some extent, such qualities can be improved by application of coloured wax, which enhances the optical impression. Good quality Coral shows an even colouring and has no fissures, spots, bands or cavities. Since genuine untreated Coral is rare, the price it achieves is quite high. Therefore any bargain should be met with distrust. Top quality Coral jewellery is best bought in a well-reputed shop.
Colourful and sensitive world of Coral
Corals need not necessarily be red, although the name „Coral¡§ denotes a pinkish-red colour. Nature creates Coral in a wide range of shades and hues from red and white and blue to brown and black. Most coveted are the red shades, ranging from palest petal pink via salmon to deep velvety red. The height of fashion are currently black Coral and golden Coral, and extremely rare the blue variant. Especially valuable is also the white Coral with a slight blush of pink, the so-called Angelskin Coral. Other famous specimen are the deeply satiated red Japanese Moro Coral, pale pink Boke and the red Sardena.
Corals are not too sensitive, but with their hardness of only 3.5 they are considerably softer than any other gemstone material. Their beauty will suffer from inappropriate treatment. Cosmetic products, hot water and bright daylight are detrimental to their beauty. Coral jewellery should be carefully stored and be cleaned from time to time with a soft, wet cloth. Should the surface be scratched in spite of all care, a jeweller will be able to polish it up.
Lighter in weight and less expensive than the Fine Coral are Root and Foam Coral. Root Corals are in fact a special Coral species?no root as such, but rather a special Coral bush. It is sometimes mixed up with Foam Coral. The latter, however, are those parts of Japanese Moro Coral which are embedded in sand or mud, and which are that part in-between the Coral foot and the Coral stem. This Foam Coral has been in the market for a long time, has a higher weight than Root Coral and is also somewhat higher priced. Both kinds are supplied in large quantities by China and Japan. Because of their size and relatively low weight they are popular wherever colour and volume are in demand at low prices.Coral on the bare skin is irresistible
For ages now Coral has been used as jewellery and worshipped as a protective charm. Nowadays Coral is still used as a talisman in many cultures in order to ward off evil spirits. The modern teachings of healing with gemstones appreciate Coral for its positive effects. Coral is reported to soothe fears and tensions, and to encourage positive ways of living together.
The ancient belief in the protective and invigorating powers of Coral lives on in the traditional present of red Coral necklaces for small children. For young girls, Coral is also a popular choice as first piece of jewellery. But Coral is more than this: In a miraculous way it reflects the complexion of its wearer, and best displays its irresistible beauty when worn on the bare skin. Coral belongs to the most attractive of jewellery materials that can be imagined, and keeps on inspiring international jewellery designers to develop charming and unique designs.