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Green Aventurine Gemstone Greek Komboloi Worry Beads
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Green Aventurine Gemstone Greek Worry Beads|12mm

Green Aventurine Gemstone Greek Komboloi Worry Beads

Bead size: 0.47″(12mm)

Handmade Komboloi of collective value.

Your item will be shipped via registered mail with tracking number.

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Green Aventurine Gemstone Greek Komboloi Worry Beads

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.

Greek worry beads are used as a stress reliever. They can be held and manipulated in rhythmic patterns as a relaxation tool. There are different ways to use Greek komboloi worry beads. Some people hold the beads and allow the beads to fall and hit the larger bead. Once all the beads are on one end, they flip the beads and allow them to fall to the other side.

One method of using the beads is called the loud method. Hold some of the beads and the largest bead in your palm with the cord placed between the index and middle fingers. Allow the rest of the beads to fall on the other side of the fingers holding the cord of worry beads.

Aventurine gemstone, the gemstone of Libra and Taurus, is a translucent to opaque variety of microcrystalline quartz. In addition to its translucent quality, it often contains certain mineral flecks that give it a shimmering or glistening effect known as aventurescence. Both the name aventurine and its associated aventurescence are derived from the Italian term “a ventura”, meaning “by chance”.


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