Carnelian provides a "calming and pacifying effect" and for this purpose, it was recommended to prepare mixtures and powders from Carnelian. Ancient Greeks used Carnelian to treat nervous diseases, fever, and also for strengthening teeth. During labor it was recommended to hold this stone in a mouth to alleviate labor pains. It will also stabilize intracranial pressure, as well as low blood pressure.
A number of legends and superstitions are associated with Carnelian. In antiquity, people believed in their strong magical properties, and they used it for a variety of amulets and talismans. This stone was a symbol of life in Pharaonic Egypt. Greeks used such gemmas to determine whether love feeling is real: if it was, the stone started to sparkle when the partner looked at it.
Artisan collaboration by Jewelry Designer Ivana Ruzzo and Silversmith George Granovski Ring #083 from the "GG Unique Jewelry" Collection is one of the kind. We keep it limited and super unique, as a wearable piece of Art. We want a wearer to feel special and memorable.
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