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FREE 2020 GEMSTONE CALENDAR with every order or during a visit to our New Year's show, or to our new gemstone garden! Also this week a new container from Peru with Pyriet, Palo Santo & Aqua de Florida. Furthermore, expect within the next two weeks; Brazil container with Amethyst and Agate and a container from Mexico with Calcite & Casting iron. Come and order via the webshop with delivery by DHL. (Note; closed on Saturday December 7)

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Mouth-blown glass "Lucky bottle maritime & evil eye"

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Mouth-blown glass "Lucky bottle maritime & evil eye"

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Mouth-blown glass "Lucky bottle maritime & evil eye"

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Everyone can use a bottle of "HAPPINESS". You as a shopkeeper but also your customers are always looking for happiness. These truly mouth-blown bottles with a nice wish packed in a beautiful counter display are guarantee for success!

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A lucky bottle is a small bottle with a piece of paper, piece of woor or small object inside. This usually contains a philosophical statement or a fairly general future prediction (similar to that in a horoscope). There can also be a series of lucky numbers (usually for a lottery) and Chinese statements with the corresponding translation. The exact origin of good luck bottles is not known, but different groups of immigrants in California claim to have introduced the phenomenon in the early 20th century. The bottle would be based on the Japanese senbei and is related to the fortune cookie. It is striking that indeed many of the immigrants who claim to have the fortune cookies are Japanese. Although the cookies themselves are a relatively new invention, the idea for biscuits with pieces of paper would lie somewhere in China in the 14th century. According to a legend, a Chinese who wanted to revolt against Mongol rule would have secretly planned an uprising by urging people to oppose the Mongols through messages hidden in moon cake.

STRONG TRADEMARKS TIMMERSGEMS GROUP