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Red agates once were called red jade in old times, the top grade ones are with faint shine. They were taken as treasures for many dynasties by rulers especially by the rulers of Qing Dynasty in Ancient China. This type of red agates have the efficacies of collecting wealth, exorcising evil spirits, protecting the heart, nourishing blood, dispelling tension and lifting pressure. 

 


      Ancient colored glaze bracelet
      Colored glaze is the head of five precious materials for making utensils in China, and one of the seven treasures of Buddhism.According to the laws of Ming Dynasty, only officers above the fourth highest level can have accessories made from colored glaze


     Turquoise has been very important in Tibetan culture since ancient times. On the crown of the first Tibetan king and among the offerings to Mandala and eminent monks and tributes from neighbouring countries, we can see turquoises. And the affluent Tibetans still use gold and turquoises to make jewelleries. Turquoises stand for the soul of a person, and are taken as lucky stones, in addition, the Tibetan people believe that they can bring safety, peaceful mind and calm spirit to the bearer.


Ivory is considered as the beast tools for practising Chenrezig which is one of Pacifying mantras, because its purity and gloss echo the natures of Avalokiteshvara who is pure and merciful to others. Many ancient documents had mentioned that just like wearing jade, taking ivory with you can also keep you safe and send away evil spirits.

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