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Beaded Maya Necklace with Lapis, Pearl, Coral, Green Glass Stones

Beaded Maya Necklace with Lapis, Pearl, Coral, Green Glass Stones

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14k Gold Plated Brass Handmade Necklace with 6mm Ellipsoid Coral Beads

The necklace length is 43+3 cm.

Welcome to our Bead Ensemble Collection, a captivating assortment of beaded necklaces inspired by ancient civilizations from Mesopotamia to Mesoamerica. In our commitment to honoring each culture's historical and cultural richness, every necklace is thoughtfully named with the profound influence that shaped its design. These names not only pay homage to the ancient roots but also serve as a reminder of the enduring legacy that continues to influence contemporary artistry.

Lapis Lazuli:
Lapis Lazuli is often associated with wisdom, intuition, and the pursuit of truth. It is considered a stone of intellectual and spiritual enlightenment, promoting a deeper understanding of oneself and the world. Lapis Lazuli is believed to enhance communication skills and expression. It is thought to open the throat chakra, facilitating honest and transparent communication. Moreover, it is also said that Lapis Lazuli is associated with stimulating creativity and artistic expression. It is believed to inspire new ideas and enhance problem-solving skills.

Pearl:
It's important to note that pearls' meanings vary across cultures and personal beliefs. One of the pearls' most traditional and widely recognized meanings is purity and innocence. The pristine, unblemished appearance of pearls is often likened to the purity of the wearer. Pearls have long been associated with femininity and beauty. Their lustrous, iridescent quality is often seen as a reflection of the grace and elegance of women. Historically, pearls were considered symbols of wealth and prosperity. Their rarity and beauty made them highly valuable, and owning pearls was often seen as a status symbol. Moreover, pearls are associated with love and romance. They are often given as gifts to symbolize deep, lasting love and commitment. Therefore, pearls have been popular choices for wedding jewelry.

Coral:
As a marine organism and gemstone, coral holds various symbolic meanings across cultures. In many cultures, coral is believed to have protective properties. It is thought to guard against evil spirits and negative energies, making it a popular choice for jewelry meant to shield the wearer. Coral's vibrant colors, especially red coral, are associated with passion, energy, and vitality. Coral is thought to bring warmth and life to its wearer. In certain spiritual practices, coral is related to specific chakras, often the root chakra. It is believed to help balance and align energy centers, promoting overall well-being.

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