Another way to choose a combination of jewelry stones is logical one. The choice of a combination of ornaments is a creative act. If you are fascinated by the world of minerals with their magical and healing properties, then by analyzing their qualities and capabilities, you will choose a stone or a combination of stones that will work with you and for you, will provide you peace, health and prosperity.
Analyze possible combinations of the magical properties of jewelry stones, think about how they interact with each other and with your character, what features of your personality can intensify and which ones may weaken, and if the expected result suits you, then carry on to health and happiness the chosen combination of stones as amulet or mascot.
By the way, the concepts of a talisman and an amulet are often confused even by literate people, so we need to clearly formulate them.
Talisman strengthens and maintains certain qualities and traits of a person's character, promotes their development, does not allow degrading, forms a microclimate around a person.
Amulet is designed to protect the owner from unwanted influences from the side. It also restrains internal motives, which can harm the person himself. The choice of the amulet is quite simple, it does not need to be selected according to the sign of the Zodiac, it is only necessary to decide what it should protect from.
Let’s look at compatibility of the stones:
Aventurine, diamond, heliotrope, hyacinth, carbuncle, ruby, chrysolite, chrysoprase
Harmonious combination: agate, alabaster, amethyst, white pearl, beryl, turquoise, emerald, coral, lapis lazuli, sapphire, carnelian.
A non-harmonic combination: malachite, marcasite, onyx, sardonyx, obsidian.
Doubtful combination: aquamarine, rock crystal, garnet, bloodstone, moonstone, opal, ruby, jasper.
Neutral combination: golden topaz, carnelian.
Aquamarine, beryl, rock crystal, coral, moonstone, opal
Harmonious combination: alabaster, amethyst, white pearl, beryl, turquoise, blue and blue sapphire, coral, labradorite, lapis lazuli, onyx.
A non-harmonic combination: agate, heliotrope, garnet, carnelian, bloodstone, malachite, ruby, carnelian, chalcedony, jasper.
Doubtful combination: aventurine, emerald, diamond, hyacinth, topaz, chrysolite.
Neutral combination: obsidian, amber.
Golden topaz, motley agate, emerald, carneol
Harmonious combination: agate, alabaster, white pearl, turquoise, blue and dark sapphire, emerald, lapis lazuli, lapis lazuli, sardonyx, light topaz, chalcedony, amber, jasper.
A non-harmonic combination: aquamarine, beryl, coral, moonstone, opal.
Doubtful combination: aventurine, amethyst, diamond, heliotrope, hyacinth, dark topaz, ruby, chrysolite, chrysoprase.
Neutral combination: rock crystal, labradorite, obsidian.
Light agate, alabaster, white pearl, turquoise, blue sapphire, coral, lapis lazuli, carnelian
Harmonious combination: aventurine, aquamarine, diamond, amethyst, beryl, turquoise, heliotrope, hyacinth, rock crystal, garnet, emerald, bloodstone, moonstone, opal, ruby, chrysoprase, jasper
A non-harmonic combination: beryl, malachite, marcasite, sardonyx
Doubtful combination: variegated agate, carneol, nephrite
Neutral combination: dark topaz, amber.
Red pomegranate, hematite, jasper
Harmonious combination: agate, alabaster, emerald, bloodstone, sapphire.
Non-harmonic combination: aventurine, aquamarine, diamond, beryl, turquoise, heliotrope, hyacinth, pearl, moonstone, lapis lazuli, ruby, chrysoprase, chrysolite.
Doubtful combination: malachite, onyx, black agate.
Neutral combination: carnelian, motley agate.
Onyx, sardonyx, black agate
Harmonious combination: emerald, golden topaz, carneol, motley agate.
A non-harmonious combination: aventurine, diamond, heliotrope, hyacinth, carbuncle, ruby, chrysolite, chrysoprase.
Doubtful combination: aquamarine, beryl, turquoise, pearls, coral, moonstone.
Light amethyst, jade, topaz, amber
Harmonious combination: mountain crystal, labradorite, opalescent moonstone, golden topaz, emerald.
A non-harmonious combination: diamond, ruby, chrysoprase.
Doubtful combination: aquamarine, beryl, moonstone.
There are traditional combinations, such as pearls - diamonds, rubies - diamonds or sapphires - diamonds. Most traditional European jewelry brands adhere to such combinations (Garrard, Asprey, Cartier, Chopard, Tiffany), but some brands are characterized by bright and unconventional combinations of stones, usually Italian: Bulgari, De Grisogono and others. This is primarily due to the desire of jewelers to develop and experiment, and, of course, with fashion.
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