Gemstone Bracelets

Gemstone Bracelet:

From Adornment to Healing at Gracious Rose

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Multigem Gold Bracelet
Starting At: $1,797.39
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Gold Scarab Bracelet
Starting At: $679.24
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Emerald Gold Bracelet
Starting At: $491.14
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Sapphire & Diamond Tennis Bracelet
Starting At: $4,388.99
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Ruby & Diamond Tennis Bracelet
Starting At: $5,851.99
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Emerald & Diamond Tennis Bracelet
Starting At: $5,224.99
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Simple Oval Gemstone Bracelet
Starting At: $877.79
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Oval & "X" Gemstone Bracelet
Starting At: $815.09
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Emerald Heart Gold Bracelet
Starting At: $522.49
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Rainbow Gem Gold Bracelet
Starting At: $553.84
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Delicate Sapphire Bracelet
Starting At: $477.63
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Dainty Sapphire Bracelet
Starting At: $553.62
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Sapphire Flower Bracelet
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Gemstones are perhaps the most fascinating kind of rocks, not only because of their colors and properties, but also because of the various myths and legends associated with them. In all cultures, folklore about stones has existed throughout the centuries. During ancient times, people gazed at mere crystals with admiration because they believed the stones held supernatural powers.

Gemstone Bracelets

through the Ages

During the Stone Age, interest in gold was high because it was easy to melt and cast. From this, jewelry was born. In the Bronze Age, silver and copper became prominent in jewelry, ornaments, and cult statues. Ancient Egyptians inlaid gold and silver with precious stones such as carnelian, jasper, amethyst, turquoise, and lapis lazuli. Around 400 BC, the Greeks made ornaments made of plain gold. During the medieval period, pearls were highly prized.

During the Renaissance period, men and women wore gemstone bracelets, jeweled collars, and pendants, often designed and constructed by noted artists. People wore jewelry crowded with stones to excess in the late 17th century. It was only during the 20th century when artistry declined due to factory production. Renewed interest in handcrafted jewelry, however, sprouted in the 1960s.

Can a

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Heal?

Although gemstone jewelry is often just a simple adornment; for some, jewelry possesses symbolic meaning and even healing effects. As a kind of therapy, gemstone alternative medicine uses the unique properties inherent in each type of gemstone to help the body focus on healing itself. There are reports that emotional problems, mental issues, and chronic illness symptoms diminished after gemstone therapy. Although doctors are skeptical of the true healing effects of a gold gemstone bracelet, many do sense relief, which is all that matters.

Regardless of the controversy, people have worn jewelry throughout history for its alternative medicinal properties. Gemstone experts state that to get the most benefit, a gemstone must be of high quality and in the proper shape. Flawless gemstones are necessary to get the maximum benefit. The belief that these gems exude healing powers makes any spherical stone ideal. Experts say that gemstone bracelets place the stones in a location that will benefit the whole body. Whether you wear gemstone jewelry for its alternative therapeutic properties or just for adornment, you should always think of your budget and the quality of the precious or semi-precious stones.

Gracious Rose offers only the best quality gemstones you can find, all sourced from environment-friendly suppliers. Enjoy free shipping on orders over $250. Buy the finest gift you can give to yourself or your loved ones now at GraciousRose.com!

References:

http://www.minerals.net/GemStoneMain.aspx

http://geology.com/gemstones/

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