A necklace inspired by Set (Seth), the Egyptian/Kemetic God of the desert, storms, and in some cases the sort of destruction that helps keep everything in balance and support new life and growth. While perhaps best known for his contending with Horus the Younger following the death of Osiris and so often painted as a villain, throughout much of Egyptian history and mythology (especially earlier sources) Set was honored as Ra’s nighttime champion, the one with the strength even in the darkness to fight off the forces of chaos.
This necklace consists of an oval crackle amber agate pendant, accented by black obsidian, on a double stranded necklace. The first strand has red brecciated jasper, red sesame jasper, white howlite, black obsidian, and black onyx chips. The second strand is black obsidian, red brecciated jasper, and pink feldspar. Overall, the color palate is one of dusky reddish hues worthy of the Lord of the Desert. $52
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