AUGUST VEECK
AUGUST VEECK 

Carneol red chain

        Carnelian entered recorded history more than 4000 years ago. This orange mineral rock was revered by ancient noblemen and noblewomen. Ancient Babylonians, Greeks, and Romans wore amulets and talismans made from carnelian stones. They also wore insignia rings adorned with carnelian gemstones and made seals out of carnelian rock. During the Middle Ages, alchemists used carnelian boiling stones. They believed the orange chalcedony quartz would activate the energies of other types of chalcedony quartz. This energy transformation made it more useful to the alchemist.

 

        The German writer/scientist Johann Wolfgang von Goethe also believed carnelian brought good luck and provided hope, comfort, and protection from evil. Carnelian stone, also sometimes called cornelian stone, is an orange chalcedony quartz. The orange color, which comes from iron impurities, varies from a light, pink-orange to deep red-orange or even a dark, brown-red. This range of colors inspired the ancient Egyptians to call the orange mineral rock "the setting sun." 

 

silver, Carneol, € 176,00

 
 

silver, Carneol, € 108,00

 

 

silver, Carneol, € 148,00

 

 

silver, Carneol, € 178,00

 

 

silver, Carneol, € 140,00

contact

August Veeck
Hauptstr. 422
D-55743 Idar-Oberstein

und ab 01. Mai 2020

Am Kirchhof 9

D-54470 Bernkastel
Rheinland Pfalz    Germany


Telephone : +49 (0) 6781 22747
Fax : +49 (0) 6781 26167

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Bernkastel:
  sunday monday tuesday 10h - 18h 

 

  Closed on wednesdays

 

      Oberstein:  

 thursday friday suturday 11h - 19h 

 

       

       Winter : Monday- Saturday

 

   12:h  -  17h

 

 

 

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Due to rock works, the church is expected to be closed by the end of 2020

 

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