Stone talisman of Aries, Diamond Diamond (in processed form – diamond) – crystalline carbon, usually colorless or having weak yellow, brown, gray, green, less often
Stone Talisman of Taurus, Turquoise Turquoise is able to love its owner and indulge him in all matters. However, it has the property of bringing happiness only to people who observe
Stone mascot of Gemini, Agate Agate – layered chalcedony, a cryptocrystalline variety of quartz. Very diverse in appearance. As a talisman gives courage, calmness, promotes
Stone Talisman of Cancer, Moonstone Moonstone (adularia) is a sodium-calcium calcium silicate with a milky-blue glow and a magical play of light. Moonstone from the coast of the
Stone Talisman of the Lion, Yantar Amber is an excavated resin of light yellow, orange, red, brown and even white colors. He is one of the very first precious stones known to mankind.
Stone mascot of the Virgin, Jade The color of jade is from black-green to almost white. A white translucent jade is called jadeite. Until now, in China, it is called a clot of love
Stone mascot Libra, Opal White or black stone with a strong opalescence effect. For hundreds of years, evil glory was dragging behind the opal. It was considered a symbol of secret
Stone mascot Scorpio, Aquamarine Aquamarine – a kind of beryl of light greenish-blue tones, the color clearly shows only on a clean blue or blue background. The color is caused
Stone Talisman of Sagittarius, Amethyst Amethyst is a quartz, colored with iron in purple color of different thickness, up to slightly noticeable. Under the long exposure to sunlight,
Stone mascot of Capricorn, Rubin Ruby is a scarlet transparent stone, appreciated in the East above diamond. Its main magic property is to give birth to attraction to the great.
Stone mascot of Aquarius, Grenade Garnet (from Latin “granum” – grain) combines a group of highly variable in color silicates containing various cations. Six kinds
Stone mascot Fish, Pearl From where do the shells that are caught in the depths of the oceans take these rounded, with delicate splendor particles? The Greeks claimed that it was