Heart Key Lock Halfs Love Couples Small Car Charms or Home Decor Gem Bottles Amethyst and Citrine Amulets

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Absolutely Unique and Special Car Charms or Home Decor Gemstone Bottle Amulet Blessings. Each Gemstone Bottle is Adorned with Two Different Charms and Attractive Evil Eye Protection Glass Bead. Both Bottles holds Lucky Heart with Lock and I LOVE Engraving Charm on One Side and Lucky Heart with Key and YOU Engraving Charm on the Other Side. Each Gemstone Bottle holds Two Charms and looks Amazing.

May be used as Light Catcher and Natural Energizer in your Car or your Home Window. Comes with Stretch Cord which may always be adjusted to smaller length if needed. One Bottle is filled with Natural Amethyst Gemstone Chips and another Bottle is filled with Natural Citrine Gemstone Chips. Gemstones will catch Natural Sun and Moon Light each day and will energize your Amulets with Natural Powers of Protection and Good Luck.

You may Share one of these Amulet Bottles with someone you Love and Care about as Yin Yang half to be reminded of each other. Or you can hang one of the Bottles in your Car and another one in your Home, so it will always call upon yourself to unite.

Citrine Gemstone stands for Good Luck in Money Powers and Amethyst Gemstone stands for Good Luck and Travel Protection Powers.

Get your Self these Cute and Unique Gemstone Bottle Amulets and Stay Positive and Magic every step of the way.

Heart Symbol Myth and Legend: Heart symbol mainly represent Love all over the world. They were also used in rituals with a goal to strengthen relationships. The Heart has long been recognized across cultures as being a symbol for love, charity, joy and compassion. Historically, the meaning of the heart symbol grew from its use as a religious icon. Ancient Egyptians called the heart symbol Ieb, believing it was the center of all consciousness, the center of life itself.