Green serpentine is a gem of great value because it protects against bad intentions, bad luck, dark magic and any energy that is not beneficial to our body. Carefully placed on these beautiful hoops, they create an aura of light that will repel bad vibes.
Hypoallergenic stainless steel 18K gold plated hoops with sophisticated green serpentine. 1"x1.5".
Serpentine gemstone, or "precious serpentine," was named in 1564 by Georgius Agricola (Georg Bauer) from the Latin "serpens" for its mottled and scaley appearance like a serpent or snake. It is also known by many trade names such as false jade and Teton jade. Serpentine can also be confused with jade (although serpentine is usually spotted or veined), onyx marble, turquoise and verdite.
Serpentine is used mainly as a decorative stone or for ornamental objects. Serpentine gemstones have been used as a source of magnesium, in asbestos and for personal adornment or sculpture throughout history. Various serpentine minerals have even been used in architecture for thousands of years.
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Gems: green serpentine
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