The complete guide to combining gemstones
– because some just don't work together
You have probably already started building your own personal collection of gemstones, or you may already have a ready-made collection that you wish to add to with new crystals or jewelry with stones.
Have you ever thought about how to combine these stones? After all, there are certain rules on which gemstones go well together and, without following them, your favorite stones may not harmonize, or may even lose their properties and influence on you altogether. It is important to note that there are also some stones that are simply not compatible at all.
Carefully selected stones look great together and are in balance. Gemstone matches should be done according to specific rules. Inappropriate specimens can be lost in unfortunate surroundings and can have a negative impact.
Carefully selected stones look great together and are in balance. When choosing jewelry with stones for your image, you can use a color wheel to easily find the colors that will harmonize.
HOW DO YOU COMBINE STONES? A FEW IMPORTANT RULES
1. COLOR COMBINATION
This is probably the simplest rule. When choosing jewelry with stones for your image, you can use a color wheel to easily find the colors that will harmonize.
Let’s take a look at the basic recommendations for combining shades:
Do not forget these general rules as well:
SOME IDEAS FOR MULTISTONE JEWELRY
2. COMBINATION OF PROPERTIES
By combining stones of just one color, you can sometimes forget about the properties of the minerals, which, if combined incorrectly, will be of no use and may even cause harm.
Each stone has its own healing and metaphysical properties, and most importantly, stones can complement the other's properties. For example, minerals that have the same properties can be combined. Minerals can also perfectly complement the other's properties.
Here are some examples:
3. COMBINATION OF STRUCTURE
Gemstones can also be combined in terms of their crystal structure. This could be hexagonal (Aquamarine, Beryl, Emerald, etc.), cubic (Garnet, Diamond, etc.), triagonal (Quartz, Jasper, Agate, etc.).
4. COMBINATION BY A STONES GROUP
For example, the stones of the Garnet group (Garnet, Rhodolite, Pyrope, etc.) will combine well with each other. Very often the stones of the Quartz group are combined - Amethyst, Citrine and Quartz of their various shades. Stones of the same group usually complement each other and work perfectly together.
5. COMBINATION BY ELEMENTS
Water, Fire, Air and Earth are the 4 elements of nature. You can safely combine the stones of one element with each other.
6. TARGET COMBINATIONS
Your objectives are also the basis for combining stones! Let's look at a few examples.
WHICH STONES ARE TOTALLY INCOMPATIBLE?
What gemstones can't be combined
So, to sum it up, it is worth noting again:
Despite the difficulty of combining these stones with each other, we are confident that you will definitely succeed, and your stones will show their amazing properties to the fullest.
Kindly note that healing gemstone meanings are not prescriptions or healthcare information.
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