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Red Coral Earrings - Ancient Egyptians, Phoenicians and Romans all used coral as a method of currency and trade. Some ancient societies believed that ships needed to have coral on board as a defense against lightning. Coral has even been found on artifacts dating back to 3,000 B.C. Earwires are gold plated surgical steel. Earrings are 2" long, 1/3" wide. Coral is dyed. by SplendidStones on Etsy, $14.00

Soft Feminine Pink Rose Quartz Freshwater Pearl Coil Bracelet by SplendidStones. $22.50, via Etsy.

Natural Tigereye Stone Necklace. Most Tigereye comes from South Africa. This beautiful, warm, glowing brown stone is said to inspire positive energy on even the gloomiest of days. 19", with gold plated barrel clasp. $25

Australian Mookaite Faceted Stone Ring with Copper - Mustard, Mauve and Plum

Beautiful natural Australian Mookaite stone ring with 11x7mm faceted flat square bead. Colors of mustard, mauve and plum reminiscent of shades of evening in the dusty Outback :) $12.00