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Amber Amethyst Ear-Rings: Handmade Jewellery

Amber Amethyst Earrings: Handmade Jewellery to say "I love you".

What do Amber and Amethyst Symbolise?

When looking for the right jewellery to say, "I love you", consider what each precious earth stone actually means, so that you know you're giving the right gift. Both stones have rich cultural and spiritual history, making them perfect for earrings.

Amber Symbolism

Due to its golden honey-like colour, amber jewellery is often associated with warmth and energy. It's believed to radiate positive energy and bring vitality to the wearer. Also, In some cultures, amber is considered a protective stone. It's believed to ward off negative energies and evil spirits. Fossickers in Australia would be very lucky to find amber, due to it's rarity in the country.

Amethyst Symbolism

Amethyst jewellery is often associated with spirituality and intuition. It's considered a gemstone of spiritual protection and purification, helping to cleanse negative energies and enhance spiritual awareness. And yes, Amethyst is also known for its calming and soothing properties.

Handmade Amber and Amethyst Jewellery

If you're caught up thinking about the 'they love me, they love me not' game one plays with petals on a flower, offering a piece of beautiful earrings would be sure to give you all the answers you need.

Not just Handmade - Hand Picked.

Ashleigh Kennedy, creator of The Fossick is an independent jeweller, gem cutter and gemstone fossicker who creates unique, mindful and genuine pieces specialising in local precious stones. The Fossick Shop is an online store where Ashleigh lists all of her handmade jewellery products, made from gems she's found during her fossicking adventures.

Ashleigh says she "celebrates the stone as it travels from the earth, to my bench, to you." showing a true care and passion for the unique, mindful and genuine pieces she crafts. 

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