Brilliant, glassy, and translucent, Carnelian is a captivating stone in the colors of the setting Sun.
In antiquity, as well as today, Carnelian is believed to help timid speakers become both eloquent and bold, and is known as The Singer's Stone.
Carnelian is traditionally worn to enhance passion, love, and desire. A stone for enhancing vitality, it is associated with the sacral chakra. Carnelian is said to attract prosperity, new resources and good luck. It is associated with the sign of Leo.
Polished round cabochons are bezel set on hand forged 14k gold filled setting and band.
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Forged and cut brass items have a "living finish" meaning they are unsealed, allowing them to develop a unique patina over time. If you wish to maintain the original bright finish, you can use a jewelry polishing cloth to clean from time to time. I recommend one like Fabulustre. If you've let the patina develop but want to quickly bring it back to original brightness, a product like Brasso (found in most hardware stores and some grocers) works very well and is very fast and inexpensive.
Gold-filled is minimum 5% fine metal cladding over base metal and does not de-laminate or peel like plated or "dipped" products. Nor does it tarnish as readily as silver. Many owners find that they never have to clean gold-filled items at all. However, from time to time your jewelry may become dirty from everyday wear. To clean gold-filled it is best to use mild soap and water. Hot weather and water will not damage the material.
Generally speaking, gold filled is better quality and will have a much longer lasting color than plated jewelry which contains only a scant fraction of gold comparatively.