Gray Obsidian Gemstone Greek Komboloi Worry Beads
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The versatility of the obsidian gemstone maintains its popularity in jewelry making for a variety of reasons. It’s a gemstone associated with protection, a resource that gives its wearer the strength to alleviate their pain through the influence of their ‘guardian spirits.’ With such a pedigree, the obsidian gemstone will continue being an asset to many who choose to wear it. Perhaps the most prized obsidian is the rainbow obsidian gemstone, which contains bands of a purple, gold and green sheen interspersed with the black obsidian rock.
From cultural practice to fashion accessory, Greek worry beads have been increasing in popularity. The origin of these beautiful beads is in Greek folk art. Older beads have become valued collectibles while jewelry stores sell new Greek worry beads as trendy accessories. The strings of beads are not purely decorative. People use worry beads for fun and relaxation.
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.