Chinese Good Luck Charms

I was told by a Chinese cousin that it was good luck when an older Chinese person (90+ years old) gave a young person a lucky piece of jewelry. Is this true or did she make it up?



Victoria's Answer:

Hi there,

In some parts of China, it is good luck to get a lucky piece of jewelry from an older person, especially from those over 90 years.

Victoria

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Chinese Love Charms

Love Crystal

Love Crystal

There's this guy I really love. For two years now, it's still him who I long for. Ever since the day I met him, I knew he was the one. I asked for a lot of signs and got it all. But until now, we're still not together. Maybe he still doesn't find me attractive after all.

I hope you could suggest something for me to wear, like a charm bracelet or a necklace that could attract my ultimate love...my soul mate...even if we're not seeing each other most of the time. Thanks again, Victoria!

Ms. Tan





Victoria's Answer:

Hi Ms. Tan,

So glad to hear from you again.

Pink crystal, which is known as the “Love Crystal” in China, will help you attract the one you love.

Some women wear a pink crystal bracelet. It helps improve interpersonal relationships, brings you popularity, and makes both men and women more attracted (and attractive) to the opposite sex...leading to good marriage!

So my suggestion is to wear a pink crystal bracelet. It will help you pursue true love, and enhance that connection between you and the one you love.

Looking forward to hearing good news from you!

Best regards,

Victoria





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Thank You!!
by: TheChainMailleLady.com

Thank you soooooo much for posting a pic of my gorgeous chainmaille bracelet. If anyone is interested, it is for sale: http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=21278105

Thanks again Victoria for the information about the crystals!

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