All of our natural stones & crystals are derived from one unified source – Mother Earth.  Each stone has a unique background, color and story. Just like us not one stone is exactly the same and can not be replicated. Natural stones are known to have a magical connection with human beings. We believe that these stones are really considered magical only because they can enhance the magic that already exists within. CONGÉS™ brings the concept to life by bringing you our line of fine, unique & one-of-a-kind jewelry. Read on to learn more about which gem is right for you & your receiver – A great holiday gift for all, from anywhere.

Signature Collection

Our Signature collection is made in 18k Gold. Available in Yellow or Rose gold; and White upon special request. The Stones are chosen specifically for its recognized energy and conductive powers. They are all raw and not treated; just cut to size.

Special patented design that can be worn in two different ways for everyone. This pendant is specifically designed for women and men to wear, collect, and gift as a keepsake. It can be worn around the neck or wrist, vertically or horizontally.

Symbols of the scarab were well known for their powers, which were adopted by many different cultures and religions. Buddhism, Taoism, Old Europe, India, Iran and the Roman empire are examples of just a few. There are many stories and extensions to scarabs and their special qualities throughout ancient history. To date, thousands upon thousands of relics bearing the symbol have been found in Egypt alone. Most often, they have been engraved with a beneficial inscription, which enhances their auspicious power.

Scarab Collection

The Ancient Egyptians believed the scarab was a  magical creature believed to imbue particular protective powers that warded off evil and provided good fortune for the owner in this life. The winged scarab was more particular to providing protective powers for one’s safe journey. 

Jewelry with scarabs, no matter what their category, represented magical properties and were sacred emblems of Egyptian religious beliefs. In the Greco-Roman period, scarabs were sanctified by elaborate sacred rituals known as the “Ceremony of the Beetle.”