Jewellery and spiritual gifts with meaning to wish good luck, protection, safekeeping, success and well-being
GUARDIAN: lucky Indalo charmstone
. . a gift with real significance
The Indalo symbol is steeped in history and is said to have magical powers to offer protection from harm, and bring good fortune and prosperity. And this lucky Guardian charmstone bears the Indalo motif hand painted in copper and gold onto a peach colour background. Perfect to carry in a bag or pocket, or to display on a desk. Coated and sealed for durability. Guardian symbolises protection from harm and is the ideal gift for guiding people through some of life's challenges or for someone setting out on a new journey.
Dimensions: Approx: 30-40mms
Send this Guardian lucky charmstone to a friend or loved-one as an expression of your best wishes for their welfare. Comes gift-wrapped, like all our presents (with an information card about the Indalo) - and we can print a personal message on your behalf.
##################### Charm stones were used by Native Americans for spiritual ceremonies, healing rituals, and to secure a productive harvest. And many a famous person has possessed one (and put their faith in it). In a letter to her brother-in-law, Henry III of France, Mary Queen of Scots wrote, "I send you two stones valuable for your health which I hope will be good, with a happy and long life. I ask you to receive them as a gift from your very affectionate sister-in law in a token of my true love towards you." These days, we see US President, Barack Obama carrying good luck charms, along with many thousands of other well-known people. Napoleon carried one as did Franklin D. Roosevelt. They are also seen in many of the world's major religions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, and with some of the Australian Aborigines.