Others have others’ wishes, I have my own wishes, if you don’t have to ask for help from others then naturally your wishes are fulfilled!
Actually, the Ruyi’s form - S-shaped adornment - originated from the desire for ordinary folks to not ask others for help when they wanted to scratch itches themselves, which led to the creation of a self-scratching tool! The efficaciousness of the self-scratching tool earned it the moniker “wish-granting” function.
Later development saw highly intricate craftwork and utilization of precious materials.
Many Ruyi were also made into the form of Lingzhi, imbued with the symbolism of bringing good luck and warding off evil, becoming gift items imbued with wholesome wishes such as supplicating for blessings and cultivating safety.
Ruyi is an artifact, a good wish, and is most importantly a mindset.
If your life follows the contours of Ruyi, happiness is yours!
Item: Aromatic Ru-Yi Necklace
Size: 18 inches
Material: 925-Silver, Garnet
The following should be taken care of during maintenance of silverware:
1. the best way to keep silverware in good shape is to wear it every day, as the natural oils on the skin grant the silver a moist natural warm glow.
2. Do not wear adornments of other precious metals together with silver, in order to avoid deformations caused by friction and impact or being scratched.
3. Keep the surface of the silver dry, away from hot springs. When it is not in use, tissue and cotton cloth can be used to wipe the surface to remove dirt or moisture. Prevent contact with air by placing it in a sealed box or bag.
4. If it is discovered that the silverware is turning yellow, the simplest way to clean the surface is to scrub with toothpaste mixed with drops of water, or wiping crevices with small jewel brush and wiping surface with silver-wipe. Its original beauty can be restored quickly.