Pegasus, the magnificent white winged stallion, was born from the blood of the Gorgon Medusa when she was killed by the Greek hero Perseus. This bracelet features a sterling-plated winged horse charm on a strand of faceted sodalite (which looks like a cloudy sky), bloodstone (to represent his violent birth), white howlite (a lucky stone for travels of any kind), and smoky quartz (a powerful protective stone in all endeavors) and sparkly silver-plated glass accent beads. $23
Yggdrasil is the World Tree of Norse mythology that connects all the Nine Realms. This bracelets is meant to evoke summer leaves. A sterling silver-plated two-sided tree charm adorns a multi-hued strand of gemstones: deep green bloodstone, orange carnelian, light green aventurine, golden cat’s eye, and multicolored fancy jasper. $25
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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!
In mythology and folklore, cats are often powerful, playful, and sensual—powerful protectors of those they love and fierce enemies to those who forget that cats have fangs and claws. In ancient Egypt, cat and lioness goddesses were among some of the most beloved and fearsome and housecats were thought to protect homes and families. In Norse mythology, the Vanic deity Freyja (Freya), whose domains were love, sex, and war, was drawn in a wain pulled by sacred cats.
Double-stranded necklace: the longer consists of a cat’s eye gemstone pendant on a strand of cat’s eye chips and rounds with green cat’s eye accents and the shorter contains five cat’s eye points on a stand of cat’s eye and green cat’s eye rounds. $44
As always, hold and layaways are available on these items. Just check out my policies and then send me a message on Etsy and we’ll work out a plan!
The ankh, sometimes called the key of life, is a symbol of immortality and divinity in Ancient Egypt. This necklace was inspired by the energies, power, and colors of storms.
Storm Ankh Necklace:
A large (2 1/2 inches long) sterling plated ankh charm, accented by two labradorite teardrops, on a strand of labradorite, blue cat’s eye, and hematite with sparkly silver plated glass rondelles and tiny sterling spacers. $70
I offer both hold and layaway options in the shop; check out policies here and then message me on Etsy to set up a plan!
Several new pieces went up in the shop today, including these! Dragons appear in myth and folklore from all over the world, sometimes as villains and sometimes as wise counselors and fierce protectors.