Beautiful Black Earrings in the shape of Heart made entirely of smooth silver top-notch 925 with Black Onyx - anti-stress stone, most ancient noble stone, known and utilized by even the earliest civilizations for its powerful energy and somber beauty.
Length of Stones: 25mm
Length of Earrings: 52mm
Essential Product Information:
Metal: Silver 925
Finish: High polish
Presentation Jewellery Box: Included
ONYX- anti – stress stone, most ancient noble stone, known and utilized by even the earliest civilizations for its powerful energy and somber beauty. Onyx is a black and white banded variety of Chalcedony, a cryptocrystalline form of Quartz with dense, fibrous layers and a hardness of 7. It is also defined as a black and white banded Agate, also a variety of Chalcedony. Wear or carry Onyx as a personal amulet of protection to keep senses keen and instincts sharp.
Black Onyx deepens our connection to the physical, natural world. It brings power and strength, relieving fears specifically associated with the physical existence here on Earth. Black Onyx offers protection and a retreat, the safety of being hidden from your enemies.
Onyx is an excellent stone for stimulating intuitive powers and furthers the quality of sentience. It is highly effective for magical work, such as scrying, and because it retains memories of its wearer, is an excellent stone for psychometry, holding an object for a reading. Onyx is particularly empowering for those working to develop their telekinetic abilities. White Onyx can enhance spiritual vision and dream experiences, and facilitate connection with lunar energies.
This deep black stone ribboned with white was highly prized for use in ceremonies and burials, scrying and magical work, and as amulets on swords, shields and armor to protect and strengthen warriors in battle. Many cultures, including the Greeks and Romans, utilized Onyx and its counterpart, the brownish-red Sardonyx, to carve figures of the gods and heroes in cameos and intaglio engravings, to make stamps and seals, stone inlays and tiles, and as handles and bases for goldwork. Onyx is referenced in numerous historical manuscripts and sacred texts, and is the first precious stone named in the Bible, described in Genesis as an element of creation.