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White and Black Yemeni Aqeeq Band, For Birthstone Handmade 925 Sterling Silver ring

White and Black Yemeni Aqeeq Band, For Birthstone Handmade 925 Sterling Silver ring

Regular price $129.00 USD
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Natural black Yemeni Aqeeq Ring, Black And White Yemeni Aqeeq Band

Beautiful Handmade Ring Design

925 Sterling Silver

925 Stamp is mentioned

Diamond Cut On all Agate Stones. We can change stone color on your demand. Please let us know which color you want

Best Quality Agate Stone Used as you can guess by pictures

Resizing is free. All ring sizes are available

Shipment: FedEx International Shipping Service

Purely Handmade Ring made up of Sterling Silver and Yemeni Agate / Aqeeq

We assure you that All our gemstones are natural and 100% real plus we use premium quality sterling silver 925

Contact us if you have any query. We are available for you 24/7
Aqeeq stones, also known as agate, are highly valued for their believed benefits, especially in Islamic tradition. Considered a valuable gemstone, aqeeq is believed to possess healing properties, particularly beneficial for issues related to the eyes, stomach, and skin. Beyond its physical healing attributes, aqeeq is also thought to promote mental and emotional stability, providing a sense of grounding and balance. It is believed to protect the wearer from negative energies and harm, serving as a talisman against the evil eye and other negative influences. Additionally, aqeeq is said to enhance spiritual awareness and meditation practices, facilitating a deeper connection with one's inner self and spiritual realms. Associated with the zodiac sign of Gemini, aqeeq is thought to bring good luck and prosperity to those born under this sign. Prized for centuries in various cultures, aqeeq holds historical and cultural significance as a symbol of beauty, protection, and spiritual connection. While these beliefs are deeply rooted in tradition and culture, scientific evidence may not fully support these claims, and individual experiences may vary.

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