Amuleti Bracelet


Double bracelet assembled with fine brown cotton threads impregnated in wax and Howlite beads 4mm with Cornicello and Figa charms in different combinations of 24k gold plating.

icono diametro 5cm

icono longitud 17,5cm

Howlite and its properties:

Howlite was first described by the chemist Henry How, from whom it adopted its final name. We find howlite in Boron deposits in Canada, Germany, Mexico, Serbia, Turkey and the USA. It is extremely relaxing. It links with the spiritual dimensions, preparing the mind to receive wisdom and understanding. It helps to have ambitions and achieve them. It assists in trips outside the body, helps to access past lives and, placed on the third eye, opens the memory of other lives, psychologically teaches you to be patient and to eliminate anger and anger. It quiets the mind and is excellent for sleep and meditation. Strengthens memory and stimulates the desire for knowledge. Hold it to meditate or to eliminate anger.

Il Corno or Cornicello is an amulet that is supposed to protect from the “evil eye”. Throughout southern Italy and especially Naples it is a symbol that many people wear around the neck or wrist. The use of this symbol for protective purposes is not something new. In ancient times, in many cultures horns were used as magical elements with phallic connotations. The horns combine a phallic shape, which makes them a hallmark of fertility, and the offensive use that animals make of them, symbolizing their strength and vigor. The oldest cornicellos imitate the twisted horns of an eland (taurotragus), the largest antelope that exists and lives in sub-Saharan Africa.
In the Italic peninsula, in Roman times, an intifalo hung on the neck of children. This phallic-shaped ornament was believed to protect infants from misfortune and the evil eye. Historians believe that the cornicello was derived from those ancient intífalos.

Figas or figs are ancient amulets used since the most remote times in more than half the world, where they are already famous for being so effective in fighting the evil eye and all kinds of curses. As an amulet it is recommended that the figa be black, for that reason the most popular are always in jet, black coral, or other black materials by nature, or in the case of silver, they are oxidized to be black. The gold figure however is also a powerful amulet and is used to attract money.

Do you know the symbology of the ram?

In the same way as in the remote past, the curious wolf, who stayed on the bonfire-lit boundaries of an ancient camp with the passage of time, became our companion, the dog, over time other animals of Herds such as cows, goats and sheep, were species that were soon domesticated by man in a slow but irreversible process. In this transformation from wild to domestic animals, our conscious and unconscious concept of some of these animals, such as the sheep, was forever altered. Within the sheep family, the term “ram” refers to the male of the species, and its calf is called “lamb”.
On the rocks of the Sahara desert, we can find cave paintings that date back 10,000 years, representing human figures worshiping the ram, represented with a “sun disk” between its horns. Symbol of spring, fire, and the returns of warm days after winter, the ram has always been associated with beginnings, strength, and life energy. In the Greek Zodiac, Aries, the ram, is the first of the twelve signs, it is also the symbol of Mars, the Roman God of fire and war. Those born under the sign of Aries have great artistic potential and a great sense of aesthetics and style. Various Gods from Egypt, Greece, Rome, and the Middle East adopted the ram as their divine symbol. The ram with the “Golden Fleece” was a fabulous creature owned by the God Hermes who was sacrificed in honor of the God Zeus. His skin became a symbol of heroic quests and tasks. In Egypt, the ram was considered sacred for its virility and warrior attributes. The Egyptian God of the Sun, Osiris, is sometimes represented with two large ram horns coiled in two large spirals that symbolize creation, solar power, fire and power. In Indian mythology, the ram is the God of abundance.


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1 – Get a piece of string or ribbon and wrap around your wrist, marking at the point both edges come together and feels comfortable and not tight.

2 – Take the measurement of that string or ribbon with a ruler and that would be exactly the length of your wrist in cm.