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Aventurine Camino earrings with scallop shells for luck and confidence

MB01186

Aventurine Camino earrings with scallop shells for luck and confidence MB01186

. . would make a lovely gift to wish confidence and luck

¿Do you want to support your friends or loved-ones as they travel through life and face its challenges, or give them a gift to wear as they go travelling (or to walk the Camino de Santiago)?

Let us send these special and symbolic handcrafted earrings on your behalf to show how much you care. The so-called 'luck and calming' qualities of Aventurine (said to help with life's stresses and strains), combine with the symbolic characteristics of the Santiago scallop shell, to make a truly inspirational present for someone setting off on a journey.

:)- Gift-Wrapped

:)- Option for information card about Santiago / El Camino (free)

:)- Personal message can be included

:)- Rapid shipping


The 1,000-year-old Way of St. James (El Camino de Santiago - in Spanish), criss-crosses Western Europe, arriving at Santiago de Compostela in Northern Spain on the Atlantic coast. At least 200,000 people travel to the city each year from all over the world: Some people walk, others travel by bike. Many travellers choose to do the Camino for personal, rather than any spiritual or religious reasons - taking time out from their busy, modern lives and perhaps finding inspiration along the way, whilst reflecting on their lives in a supportive environment. Many carry with them a Scallop Shell or St James's Cross. Everyone experiences the journey in a different way.

But, whatever somebody’s journey - whether on El Camino itself, on holiday, a business trip, a gap year, trekking, etc, many friends and loved-ones like to pass on a special gift to wish the recipient well on their travels - and safekeeping along the way. You can remind them that you are thinking of them and wish them good luck, with this special “Camino” gift.

Dimensions: These unique handcrafted Camino earrings are made of the prettiest soft green Aventurine gems, and tiny sterling silver beads with sterling-silver scallop shells and earwires. They measure approx 14mm wide x 50mm in length including the wires.

Do you know someone who could do with more of a calm and confident approach to life's current challenges? Give them your support and wish them luck with these beautiful aventurine earrings - unique Camino jewelry and a wonderful Camino gift. Comes gift-wrapped, like all our presents - and we can print a personal message on your behalf.

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More information about Spain's Concha scallop shell of St James - La vieira concha de Santiago
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AVENTURINE is so well renowned for luck and goal achievement, it is called The Gambler's Stone. If a dream is worth pursuing, Aventurine is the stone to help.
But it is also believed to be helpful in relieving anxiety and calming the emotions, bringing about inner peace. For this reason it is sometimes used by therapists to reduce stress and depression . . a potent gemstone for those suffering emotional discomfort, and good for those in demanding situations.
Aventurine is also said to reinforce peoples' decision-making abilities, amplifying leadership qualities and enhancing creativity and developing confidence . . the ideal gift for those going for an interview or an important meeting - and hopefully bringing good luck to entrepreneurs and those seeking difficult goals.
Aventurine is the anniversary gemstone for the 8th year of marriage.

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More information about Aventurine . .

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