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Tibetan style,Connecting element metal inscription 16x40x2 mm hole 3 mm color antique bronze -4 pieces

SKU: 126172
Weight: 9 gr.
Piece: 4
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Tibetan style, metal, connecting bead in the shape of the message "Love"


The connecting elements are a great facilitation in the creation of designer jewelry. They serve as a link between individual design elements and at the same time make it more diverse. There is no limit to the imagination, and hence to the application of these beads. The metal combines with any other material, creating a beautiful, visual accent. Most of the metal beads are Tibetan style and are made of various iron alloys, often with a certain silver content. They look like old silver, but in some cases are polished, which makes them brighter and shiny. Although low budget, these beads look valuable. In fact, every metal, whether noble or not, has a value not only aesthetic but also energetic. In the Feng Shui system, metal is one of the five energy elements that are crucial for balance in life and at home. Metal energy is the energy of intelligence, contraction, healing and creativity. With its help, ideas and concepts crystallize. Metal ornaments that we wear in the form of jewelry can be a source of concentration and determination in our lives.



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