Dragons appear in many mythologies and folklores from around the world all the way from ancient times to the present. They are usually depicted as fierce and powerful beings that make either loyal allies or dangerous enemies. These dragons also represent the power of springtime and new growth!
A 1 3/4 inch long sterling silver dragon with wings outstretched on a strand of green aventurine and a selection of light green Czech glass artisan beads. Measures 21 1/2 inches long, not including the pendant. $55
Inspired by Enki, the Sumerian God of magick, culture, and wisdom. In various myths, he aided in the creation of the world and mankind and was credited with helping humanity to survive a great deluge sent to wipe them out.
This necklace consists of a pyrite pendant on a strand of carnelian, pyrite, and lapis lazuli. It measures 25 1/2 inches long. $58
As always I offer hold and layway options: check out the policies here and message me on Esty to set up terms.
Just a quick reminder that my last chance/clearance sale ends tonight at midnight (11:59 PM Eastern Time) and then all the pieces left in that category will be taken down and the beads, etc. reused in new projects. So if you’ve had your eye on anything, now’s the time!
Inspired by the Morrigan and corvid spirit guides, this necklace dark and mysterious–perfect for someone who loves crows/ravens or wants to bring a little dark aesthetic to their style! In mythology and folklore, corvidae are harbingers of and guides through times of war, death, transformation and profound healing as well as familiars to witches and deities of wisdom and battle.
An antique brass skull with four rough-cut black labradorite coins on a strand of black jasper and antique brass spacers. Measures 19 1/2 inches long, not including the drop of the pendant. $47
A sterling silver-plated spider charm with black jasper, hematite, and sparkly silver-plated faceted glass accent rondelles strung on professional quality stretch cord. Measures 7 inches in diameter. $20