This is a special jewelry alloy that usually uses copper and zinc in varying proportions. Brass, unlike silver, is not considered a precious metal. However, it is much stronger than silver, because jewelry made from it is more wear-resistant.
58.3% pure gold in alloy. Sufficiently durable material with medium color intensity. The most widely used alloy in jewelry.
|Symbols and Influence
|with Venusian Energy
Diamonds (colorless and pink), large pastel crystals (aquamarines, zircons, light pink spinels, pastel tourmalines, pink and colorless sapphires, etc.) are manifestations of the energy of Venus. The contact of a stone (natural) with the body greatly enhances its influence. Artificial stones carry much less energy but also convey the mood you need. Venusian energy is both the ability to enjoy life and the process of enjoyment itself. Sensual contact with the outside world (starting from the sex and ending with the enjoyment of the results of one's own work) is provided by healthy Venusian energy. A person with a strong energy of Venus will attract the outside world: the attention of the right representatives of the opposite sex, financial resources and opportunities for self-realization.
Danna Kobo and Yuvi Alpert in 2009 founded Shashi. Kobo and Alpert decided to raise the price point of their new line Shashi to get their names known to a broader audience. The cultures of India, Morocco, Nepal, and Africa inspired this line. All Shashi jewellery is created in the USA, specifically New York. Shashi jewellery was created to remain fashionable and classy without becoming prohibitively pricey. Taylor Swift, Rihanna, Katy Perry, Rachel Bilson, Leighton Meester, Shakira, Halle Berry, Lindsay Lohan, Whitney Port, and a long list of other celebrities are among Shashi's admirers.
We love Shashi for its beaded gemstone bracelets and necklaces.