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History of the Constantinato

The existence of Constantinato-Coin pendant dates back to the Byzantine era.

According to the first religious tradition when Constantine the Great and Saint Helen found the Holy Cross, they cut it into pieces and distributed its pieces to monasteries and convents. They then collected the sawdust and shavings from this cutting and gave them to a goldsmith in Constantinople to make an amulet for the childrens.
According to the second version, the shavings from the cutting of the Holy Cross were collected for the purpose of making imperial coins.

The Constantinato took its name from the Emperor, and depicted on one side Constantine and Helen and on the other the cross and "Jesus Christ Victory" (IHNK).
In the course of time, it acquired other interpretations, with historical references speaking of its healing properties or others even referring to its positive contribution on the battlefield!

Constantinato is a talisman-jewel with a long significance for Christian history and Greek tradition, and rightly holds a special place in our consciousness.


What is a Gemstone

Gemstones are natural or man-made stones used to make jewelry or for various decorative and therapeutic applications. This category includes precious and semi-precious stones. Some of the more well-known gemstones include:
Diamond: It is the most famous gemstone and it is also the hardest natural stone.
Ruby: It is a red gemstone and belongs to the corundum family.
Sapphire: A gemstone of various hues, with blue being the most popular.
Emerald: A green colored gemstone, it is usually one of the three precious jewels along with ruby and diamond.
Beryllium: A multi-hued gemstone commonly used in jewelry making.
These are just some of the gemstones used in jewelry and are highly valued for their beauty and rarity.

Peridot for August


The birthstone for the month of August is Peridot. Peridot is a beautiful, vibrant green gemstone that has been treasured for centuries. It is formed deep within the Earth's mantle and is brought to the surface through volcanic activity.

Peridot is often associated with qualities such as strength, protection, and prosperity. It is believed to bring good luck, peace, and success to those who wear it. Additionally, some cultures consider it to be a symbol of purity and moral integrity.

In ancient times, peridot was known as "the evening emerald" because its green color didn't darken even in dim light. Today, it is a popular gemstone used in various types of jewelry, including rings, necklaces, earrings, and bracelets.

If you or someone you know was born in August, a piece of jewelry featuring peridot could make a thoughtful and meaningful gift.


The Emerald

Emeralds were always exciting and loved from antiquity till today. In this article we will try to initiate you into the magical world of emeralds, so next time you are going for emerald shopping you will be a little more informed.

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