This is an ORIGINAL PAINTING (not a print), signed and dated in the back.
My New FANTASY DRAGON Series in Black & GEMSTONES.
ADDED A DELICATE GLITTER TO THE DRAGON, THAT YOU CAN'T SEE IN THE PICTURE.
DRAGON & TURQUOISE PYRAMID CRYSTAL!
This stone is said to protect the wearer from all evils and maintains good harmony between couples. This gem stone is said to bring faithfulness and consistency in relationships. Turquoise is believed to bring in happiness and good fortune. This stone is said to protect the wearer from negative energy, diseases and bring good fortune. This stone is also considered as a symbol of friendship. It is also often given as a gift and friendship stone. Turquoise is also believed to guard against violence and accidents. Turquoise is also used a valuable amulet for travelers. From time immemorial turquoises have been used as natural protection against the powers of darkness. In earlier times were said to protect the horse and rider from unexpected falls. Today they are used as the protective stone for pilots, cabin crews and people who are exposed to high degree of risk.
Turquoise is one of the oldest protection amulets and was also known as a symbol of wealth in many ancient cultures. This gem was used by Egyptian Pharaohs as Jewelry. Turquoise was also considered as a holy stone and mentioned in the Book of Exodus in the Holy Bible. This stone was often worn on the turban often surrounded with pearls in order to protect their wearer against the 'evil eye'. These stones were also used for decorative purpose on daggers and the bridles of horses. This gem is also known for its healing powers and widely used for treating depression. Those suffering from depression can wear a turquoise pendent or a chain with turquoise beads. This stone is also used for neutralizing acidity, alleviating pain and rheumatism and for treating viral infection and stomach problems. The power of this gem can be increased by wearing it with a copper setting on the solar plexus.
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