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  1. Gold Plated Bracelet

  2. Temple - 1 Chronicles 29:2b "stones of various colors, all kinds of precious stones..." The New Jerusalem - Revelation 21:18-21a The wall was made of Jasper, and the city was pure gold, as clear as glass. The wall of the city was built on foundation stones inlaid with twelve precious stones: the first was Jasper, the second Sapphire, the third Agate, the fourth Emerald, the fifth Onyx, the sixth, Carnelian, the seventh Chrysolite, the eighth Beryl, the ninth Topaz, the tenth Chrysoprase, the eleventh Jacinth, the twelfth Amethyst. The twelve gates were made of pearls. One New ManTemple/The New Jerusalem

  3. Jasper – In ancient times Jasper was a different stone than today, because today’s Jasper is opaque and comes mostly striped or spotted in all colors. In antiquity, Jasper was a translucent stone of many colors. Sapphire – In ancient times, what was referred to as Sapphire is what we know today as Lapis Luzuli. Chalcedony – This name comes from the root chalkedon, which includes all crypto-crystalline quartz including Agate, petrified wood, Jasper and Onyx. It also used to refer specifically to the bluish white-gray variety that is translucent. Emerald – Comes from the Greek word maragdos which means “Green Stone.” Sardonyx – Sardonyx is one stone made up of two layers. Onyx is the whitish layer on top of a brownish/reddish layer of Sard. Sardius – In KJV Sardius is used. In NIV Carnelian is used. One is yellowish brown, the other is transparent red. Chrysolite – is another word for Peridot. In the Greek language, Chrysolite means gold stone. Beryl – Is a precious stone of sea - green to blue color. Blue Beryl is called Aquamarine while the deep – green variety is the well known Emerald. Precious Beryl is the name for all other Beryl stones that are not Emeralds or Aquamarines. Topaz – the word comes from the Greek word Topazion meaning stone of yellow color. Chrysoprase – Greek word Chrusoprasos is a compound word meaning a golden green stone. Jacinth – yellow to brown zircon and also Hessonite. Amethyst - Amethhustos meaning “not drunken” became used as a noun being regarded as possessing a remedial virtue against drunkeness. Pliny, however, says that the reason for it’s name lay in the fact that in color it nearly approached that of wine, but did not actually do so. One New ManTemple/The New Jerusalem

  4. Gold Filled Bracelet

  5. Gold Plated Bracelet