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Q - If an item is sold, can I request the item be made on special order? 

A - Yes. Send your request by email. If the stones and other materials are still available, your request will be granted. 

Q - If I want jewelry with special colors, is that service available?

A - Yes. Send your request by email.

Q - Do you recommend gemstones over conventional medical treatment?

A -  No, I do not advocate substituting the use of stones for conventional medical or psychological care. I simply recommend adding/ wearing gemstone jewelry to help you in your journey to wellness.

Gemstone Questions:

What is a gemstone?  A gemstone is usually defined as a highly attractive and valuable piece of cut and polished mineral that is used in jewelry or other decorations.  Minerals are created inside the earth.  The allure of gemstones lies in their fantasy of color and light.

How do gemstones work?  Gemstones radiate pure patterns of energy that can reduce levels of stress, balance energy field systems that exist within us all, create harmony, and calmness, thereby allowing the body’s natural ability to heal.

Our lives are influenced by many different energies that we cannot see, and yet they can profoundly affect our state of mind and our health.

Are gemstones new on the scene? Absolutely not; throughout history evidence of gemstones used for healing has been found as far back as 4BC.

What is the purpose of wearing gemstone jewelry?  Wearing natural gemstone jewelry help reduce pain, restore balance, and promote the flow of positive energy and blood circulation, this aids in the body's ability to heal. My jewelry is made with a combination of gemstones to help provide the best results.

Note:  A few selected pieces of jewelry have (Magnetic stones) and should not be worn by pregnant women or by persons with pacemakers or defibrillators without first obtaining the consent of their physician.

Information Links:

International Gem Society

 American Gem Society 

Formation of Gems

New World Encyclopedia/Gemstones