Personalized Heart Name Necklace with Birthstone !!!
Looking for the perfect gift for any mom out there? You should definitely get her this Family Birthstone Engrave Heart Pendant Necklace. Designed especially for moms in mind, this birthstone Engrave Heart Pendant necklace for moms allows you to choose Crystals representing the birth month of each family member as well as include an engraving of each of their names. No other birthstone necklaces out there offers so much glitz as well as sentiment. With this family birthstone Engrave Heart Pendant necklace, any mom can keep her family close by.
Personalized Family Engrave Heart-Design Necklace with Name and Birthstone -- It features a unique Heart-shaped pendant that is customized to represent your own family tree with engraved names and crystal birthstone charms. What a beautiful way to express your love for your cherished family!
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Please leave note of the following when you place order ( during checkout ) :
- Names (two names,please suggest which name engraved on inside or outside)
- Which month birth Stone (two month birth stones)
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A birthstone is a gemstone that represents a person's month of birth. Birthstones are often worn as jewelry or as a pendant.
The first century Jewish historian Josephus believed there was a connection between the twelve stones in Aaron's breastplate (signifying the tribes of Israel, as described in the Book of Exodus), the twelve months of the year, and the twelve signs of the zodiac.Translations and interpretations of the passage in Exodus regarding the breastplate have varied widely, with Josephus himself giving two different lists for the twelve stones.George Frederick Kunz argues that Josephus saw the breastplate of the Second Temple, not the one described in Exodus. St. Jerome, referencing Josephus, said the Foundation Stones of the New Jerusalem (Revelation 21:19–20) would be appropriate for Christians to use.
In the eighth and ninth century, religious treatises associating a particular stone with an apostle were written, so that "their name would be inscribed on the Foundation Stones, and his virtue."Practice became to keep twelve stones and wear one a month.The custom of wearing a single birthstone is only a few centuries old, though modern authorities differ on dates. Kunz places the custom in eighteenth century Poland, while the Gemological Institute of America starts it in Germany in the 1560s.
Modern lists of birthstones have little to do with either the breastplate or the Foundation Stones of Christianity. Tastes, customs and confusing translations have distanced them from their historical origins, with one author calling the 1912 Kansas list (see below) "nothing but a piece of unfounded salesmanship."