This pendant/ring set is made from glazed stoneware. The surface has a Celtic knot texture which is enhanced by the black wash in the grooves. The finish is glossy.
A great jewellery set that will last a lifetime. It can be dressed up or worn with casual wear.
Ring measures 1″ (2.54 cm) tall. The ring band silver plated and the size is adjustable.
Pendant piece measures 1″ (2.54 cm). It comes on a cotton cord with sliding knots to adjust the length.
A very unusual, one of a kind piece of wearable art, this pendant is made from stoneware clay that was imprinted with fabric for an interesting texture. The glaze is a metallic smooth matte black, and the accent star is made of genuine black diamond.
Measures approximately 1-1/4″ across at its widest point x 1-1/2″ high, including the star accent. The cotton cord is adjustable in length. Wear it long, or pull the slip knot at wear as a stunning choker.
Hand Painted Egyptian Eye of Horus Pendant – Assorted Colors Available.
Horus was the son of Isis. Let him watch over you, and offer his protection.
Each lovely piece of jewelry is made from porcelain clay, kiln-fired, then painted with acrylics in a variety of colors
Pendant piece approx. 3/4″ diameter. Cord length is adjustable.
Glazed stoneware pendant, measures 2.25″ (5.7 cm) high. Available in several colors and can be purchased on either cotton cording or silver or antique bronze chains. (Click on the item title in order to personalize your purchase).
Reproduced from the 4th century stone carving of a Norse Goddess who holds a serpent in each hand, posed in a birthing position.
The triskele above her head is composed of the three animals symbolizing the Celtic domains of existence: The boar, represents the earth; the snake, water, and the bird, represents the sky.
Hand painted zodiac pendants available in assorted custom colors and sizes. Choose from two styles (glyph or figure) shown in the first and second rows of each photo.
Please specify color choices with your order.
*For people born on the cusp of a sign, be advised that the start/end dates can differ from year to year. If you are unsure as to the correct sign for any given year, send me a message with the person’s date and year. I will consult my ephemeris for the correct sign.