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Does Amber Jewelry Attract Love?

There's something about amber jewelry that just seems to attract love. Whether it's the warm and sunny color or the way it catches the light, wearing amber seems to bring good luck in love. Does this ring true for you? Have you found that wearing amber has helped you find love, or keep the love you have? Share your story below!

 

The science behind why amber is said to attract love.

Amber is a fossilized resin that is often used in jewelry and other decorative objects. For centuries, amber ...

6 Powerful Stones for Good Luck

Do you believe in luck? Some people seem to have all the luck, while others struggle to catch a break. But what if there were things you could do to bring more luck into your life? Believe it or not, there are some stones that are considered particularly lucky, and wearing or carrying them can help you attract good fortune. Keep reading to learn more about these powerful lucky stones!

  1. Amethyst

If you're looking for a little bit of good luck, you might want to consider carrying around an ...

Is Amber Considered a Rock?

Amber is a hard, yellow to orange organic substance that is fossilized tree resin. It is often used in jewelry. Many people consider amber to be a type of rock, but is it? Let's take a closer look at what makes something a rock and see if amber fits the bill.

Most people think of rocks as being big and heavy - and they are, of course. But the definition of a rock is actually quite simple: a rock is any natural material that consists of solid mineral matter. That's it! So, technically speaking, ...

Fun facts about jewelry that will surprise you!

Jewelry

For something that we wear every day, we sure don’t know much about jewelry. Here are some fun facts about jewelry that will surprise you!

  •  It’s no surprise that the word “jewelry” has its origins in French – after all, the French are known for their sense of style. But what may come as a surprise is that the word actually comes from the French word “jouel,” which means “plaything.” This makes sense when you think about it – after all, jewelry is often seen as a frivolous, unnecessary expen...
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