This elegant Collar comes this a beautiful working stainless-steel lock and matching key. The key is attached to a stylish key chain.
When you reach out for an amethyst stone, chances are you could use some soothing vibrations. Amethyst has a way of encouraging us to seek out our intuitive needs. So sometimes we connect with amethyst clusters because we want to free our mind of the anxieties, stress and worries that have been weighing on our spirit.
Other times, we feel drawn to amethyst because its energy is beckoning us to make decisions that are aligned with our spirit, rather than with fear, pain or negative patterns. And often, we feel drawn to amethyst because our intuition knows that what we could really use are massive amounts of sleep and relaxation!
Amethyst (pronounced AM-eh-thihst) is one of the most common--and popular!--gemstone materials. This variety of quartz ranges in color from deep purple to pale lavender depending on the presence of manganese and iron.
The origin of this gemstone, according to the ancient Greeks, was the nymph named Amethystos. She refused the attentions of Dionysus, the god of wine and intoxication. As he pursued her, she prayed for protection and to preserve her chastity. The virgin goddess Artemis answered her call for help, transforming the nymph into a white or clear stone. The story ends with Dionysus pouring his wine over the stone--either accidentally or deliberately--dyeing the crystal purple.
With purple dye being the royal choice in the ancient Mediterranean, the amethyst quickly became associated with wealth and power. It traditionally adorned the robes and crowns of rich and powerful monarchs, being viewed as equal in value to ruby, emerald and sapphire. Amethyst still holds a place in the halls of power, being worn by church officials in the Church of Scotland, the Anglican/Episcopal hierarchies and the Roman Catholic church.
The British Crown Jewels include a number of pieces with amethyst, including the Royal Sceptre with the Cross, the Kent Demi-Parure and numerous brooches worn by Queen Elizabeth II and other female members of the family. Other royal families have amethyst-studded tiaras and parures in their own collections.
The collar is a symbol, it belongs to the Dominant but the submissive gets to wear it as a symbol of their ownership. It is usually the most important piece of jewelry worn on a daily basis. A collar for submissives is one of the most fundamental symbols of their relationship and one that is usually guarded and protected with their heart.That collar also works as a symbol of Dominance for the one who gave it, right? So, in effect, the collar works as a relationship symbol and not one side or the other. Ask any Dominant what the collar means, and it will mean ownership - to them.
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All of my Malas - Collars – Chokers – Key Holder Necklaces are made with Semi-precious stones, strong nylon threads, Nickle free chains, hand knotted and made with passion. My designs, and the materials used to create them, are meant for 24/7 wear, evening ware, meditation, mantra recitations and in some cases BDSM play. While all my metal materials are lead- and nickel-free, like all jewelry items even 24kt gold, will tarnish, corrode, and become damaged if they have contact with liquids or chemicals. My designs are meant for symbolic representation of your passionate lifestyles, relationships and connections to a higher state of mind. ∞
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