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Toi Toi Toi Bracelet
24k yellow gold plated bronze echelons bracelet with piglet toi toi toi pendant also in bronze combining different 18k gold plated and semi-precious Fluorite stone accompanied by a delicate hand-carved mother-of-pearl heart.
Symbology of the Piglet (Cochinito).
The pig as a totem is important in various cultures. In Chinese culture it is a symbol of luck in money and wealth. In Celtic European culture it is also a magical symbol. Among the Greeks, the pig was also a sacred fertility totem, and the American Indians have it as a totem of abundance and wealth just like the Chinese.
The pig moves quickly and with determination. The pig intuitively knows how to react to various situations. If the pig is your personal totem, it will teach you your determination and quick movements to take the right actions in your life.
The Greek land goddess of fertility, Demeter, kept a sacred pig, which became a symbol of fertility.
Have you ever heard that from Toi, toi, toi? Always three times. It is an expression used above all in show business, it is what artists say to each other when they go out on stage. Although it is also possible that someone tells us to just wish us good luck in an exam or in an interview.
Do you know the semi-precious stone Fluorite?
Fluorite is popular for being the most colorful semi-precious stone in the world. Its name is due to the fact that when it receives ultraviolet light it shines, this occurs since it is composed mainly of calcium fluoride. Due to its wonderful magnetic field, fluorite is able to balance the positive and negative energies of the mind. One of the most important properties is that it helps to create inner peace and to become aware of our problems, so that we can find a satisfactory solution.
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.