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Art Gem Soap – Turquoise (Sold in Pairs)

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Turquoise is also known as the “stone of the sky” due to its harmonious energy. The top-quality turquoise is described as having a blue color similar to that of a robin’s egg, and Tiffany & Co.’s “Tiffany Blue” is also derived from the color of the robin’s egg.

Art Gem Soap – Citrine (Sold in Pairs)

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Yellow crystal emits yellow cosmic energy and is commonly known as the “stone of wealth”. The energy of yellow light can uplift the spirit, strengthen the desire for success, and fill people with confidence and motivation, making them more willing to take on challenges and break through limitations. This is particularly beneficial for career development.

Art Gem Soap – Tourmaline (Sold in Pairs)

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Tourmaline, also known as electric stone, comes in a variety of colors. Its name comes from the Sinhalese word “turmali,” meaning “stone of mixed colors.” With its vibrant and captivating hues, tourmaline is considered a spiritual stone that can help focus energy and stimulate creativity, bringing joy and happiness.

Art Gem Soap – Sapphire (Sold in Pairs)

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Sapphire symbolizes nobility, truth, sincerity, and loyalty. For thousands of years, it has been used to adorn the robes of royalty and clergy. Sapphire is also one of the most beloved colored gemstones, especially in European and American countries. In addition, sapphire is one of the three major colored gemstones, along with ruby and emerald.

Art Gem Soap – Peridot (Sold in Pairs)

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Peridot, also known as the “sun gem,” is formed in volcanoes and is associated with strong fire energy. It is believed to attract wealth and increase courage.

Art Gem Soap – Ruby (Sold in Pairs)

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From the Old Testament book of Job, chapter 28, verse 18, comes the saying that the value of wisdom is greater than rubies, emphasizing the great worth and admiration people held for rubies at the time. Known as the stone of royalty, ruby is a gemstone that guards the heart and represents love, strengthens courage, stabilizes the energy of the heart, and helps to break free from preconceived limitations and comfort zones.

Art Gem Soap – Pearl (Sold in Pairs)

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If diamonds are the kings of gemstones, then pearls are certainly their queens. For thousands of years, people have worn pearls as symbols of wealth and status, with natural pearls being highly coveted. From ancient times to the present day, the desire for natural pearls remains strong. Royalty and the wealthy across Asia, Europe, and other parts of the world have treasured natural pearls as precious heirlooms passed down from generation to generation.

Art Gem Soap – Emerald (Sold in Pairs)

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Noble and majestic, emerald has long been a symbol of prestige and is considered one of the six precious gemstones, much like jade is to the Western world. With its enduring value and extraordinary worth, emerald is indeed a remarkable gemstone.

Art Gem Soap – Diamond (Sold in Pairs)

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Diamonds are forever, a gem that endures for all time. This line, originating from a 1947 advertising campaign, has influenced beautiful love stories for almost 70 years, making the engagement ring the first diamond for many. As the world’s hardest gemstone, diamonds bear witness to the enduring strength of love.

Art Gem Soap – Aquamarine (Sold in Pairs)

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Aquamarine – the guardian stone of seafarers, is a healing gemstone that evokes the soothing blue of the ocean. Its value depends on the color variation, ranging from the transparent and colorless ‘seafoam’ aquamarine to the pale ‘sky’ blue, the most popular ‘moderate’ blue, and the top-quality deep blue sea aquamarine.

Art Gem Soap – Amethyst (Sold in Pairs)

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Amethyst has been one of the most popular varieties of quartz for thousands of years. High-quality amethyst has often been used in religious and royal jewelry and was once considered equally as valuable as rubies, emeralds, and sapphires.

Art Gem Soap – Garnet (Sold in Pairs)

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Garnet is the color of pomegranate, with hues more brilliant than a rainbow, and is composed of various metallic elements as a silicate mineral. The presence of different minerals within gives the gemstone its distinct color characteristics.

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