Fans of Bensani Charms: check out their latest collection of charm bracelets, pendants and necklaces. They’re all so pretty and colorful and precious and very lucky!
They have more faceted-cut beads (of precious and semi-precious minerals and crystals) available this time, and I’m beginning to prefer it over the smooth, round ones because more light is reflected back (i.e., “dancing light” effect) and it’s really pretty that way (and yea, much more expensive).
Bead bracelets mixed with trinkets.
The baby blue rocks below are called Phosphosiderites, a mineral stone made up of iron and phosporus. The pink rocks are Beryl minerals. Both Phosphosiderite and Beryl are known to have healing properties.
Here are the more elaborate prosperity and lucky charm bracelets made by Bensani Charms:
But if you prefer regular bead bracelets, I recommend you get yourself Citrine because it is really beautiful and the beads sparkle like diamonds!
I have a citrine bracelet very much like the one above but in oval shape (check it out HERE).
Next would be Rutilated Quartz, also known as the ‘Golden Hair Quartz‘, reputed to be “an energizing stone that helps get energy moving on all levels“. Don’t you just love the golden hair-like inclusions inside the clear quartz beads? It’s a beauty, I tell ‘ya.
I got myself two bracelets from this trip: an Amethyst and Lapis Lazuli in faceted beads.
Interested about Bensani Charms? Contact Grace at 0927-8882825 for inquiries and orders, or check out her shop at Greenhills Pearls Section (near the entrance to the Greenhills Chapel).
Oh, and let’s give Bensani Charms some love over at Instagram by liking @bensanicharms.
Enjoy your Friday! (And let’s roll, weekend!)