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Goldstone Greek Worry Beads Komboloi

Goldstone Greek Worry Beads Komboloi

Bead Size: About 0.39″ (10mm)
Handmade Komboloi of collective value.


Goldstone Greek Worry Beads Komboloi

Goldstone Gemstone. With this name occasionally called various stones. The Victorian era so say the chrysoberyl. In ancient times meant the mineral Olivine (elaiochromos), and peridot. The name Chrysolite probably came because they believed that the rock contains the mass of gold.

Though the origin of worry beads may have been as prayer beads made by Greek Orthodox monks, modern worry beads have no religious significance. “Komboloi” is the Greek name for the worry beads which comes from the word for “prayer rope.” There also are some superstitious significance to different types of beads that may be included in the worry beads.

Traditionally, only men carried Greek worry beads. However, they are used by men and women now. Some worry beads made in Greece are designed to be sold to tourists. A trip to Greece is not necessary to find these gorgeous beads. These collectible beads can be found for sale on the internet and in some jewelry stores.

There will be some color difference between the real items and the pictures because of the brightness, contrast and resolution or other factors. Thus, the color difference is inevitable to some extent.

Note: After the order has been placed, your piece will ship out within 48 hours, unless it is being freshly made. Your item will be securely packaged and presented in a lovely Gift Box. Should you have any questions about this item please feel free to email us. Your item will be shipped via registered mail with tracking number.

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1 review for Goldstone Greek Worry Beads Komboloi

  1. 5 out of 5

    Happy with my purchase. It was as described & service was prompt without any hassle. It was good to be able to have contact with the owner who answered any questions I had prior to purchase. Very pleased. Would recommend this company to others.

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