Hand Knotted Dragon Vein Agate Mala


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Hand Knotted Dragon Vein Agate Mala
Hand Knotted Dragon Vein Agate Mala
Hand Knotted Dragon Vein Agate Mala
Hand Knotted Dragon Vein Agate Mala
Hand Knotted Dragon Vein Agate Mala
Hand Knotted Dragon Vein Agate Mala
Hand Knotted Dragon Vein Agate Mala
Hand Knotted Dragon Vein Agate Mala
Hand Knotted Dragon Vein Agate Mala

Hand Knotted Dragon Vein Agate Mala

Dragon's Vein Agate has meaning and properties of getting back honesty. This gemstone is used to prevent holding back the emotion. ... It is a gemstone that would help you grab the happiness that you really want. Dragon's Vein Agate has the power to increase love. It is a gemstone to find a person that you really love.

It strengthens the ability and will to manifest one's life purpose on earth. Promotes energy and strength, and will help one discover the truth in a matter and to aid in accepting one's fate. Legend says that Agate improves memory and concentration, increases stamina and encourages honesty. 

Agate is also known as chalcedony,  It is a stone that has been used for centuries as gems and as precious materials for the production of ornaments or small sculptures. The name chalcedony comes from Chalchedon, an ancient port on the Sea of Marmara, in Asia Minor. Ornamental materials used to be mined in that area and it was an active trading center for many gems. Various forms of agate used to be used extensively for bases and handles of gold items such as goblets, and for stone inlay work. Tiny crystals of quartz interlock to form agate and because of this, it is always opaque to translucent. Agate is an excellent material for cameos as the contrast between the different layers is used to heighten the relief. Agate's value was quite high in antiquity, when it was one of the main gemstones used. Now its value is fairly low, except for the rare green form called chrysoprase.

Unusual colors and markings of agate made it very highly regarded by the ancients and it was revered throughout history until the present. According to Pliny the Elder, agate was believed to make its wearers "agreeable and persuasive and give them god's favor." In the middle of the 1800's, amulets made from eye agate (brown or black agate with a white ring in the center) were so popular that agate cutters in Germany had no time to cut anything else. The eye was believed to take on the watchfulness of one's guardian spirit and to protect the wearer from the evil eye.

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