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Silver Star Lampwork Glass Moon and Stars Pendant Necklace

  • $ 3500

I attached a lampwork glass cabochon with a nighttime scene of clouds, stars, and moon to an antiqued silver star setting. I added an oxidized silver star to the bail and a silver plated two sided man in the moon charm to the bottom of the star. This comes with a 24 inch oxidized silver plated chain.

Some European myths claim that the man in the moon is an exile who was banished for crimes committed, while other cultures say he is as a guardian who watches over us. The Inuits believe he is the keeper of souls, both men and animals. Whatever your beliefs, this image has been used for countless centuries in art and legend.

The moon and star symbols have been used together for thousands of years by many different cultures. What better way for ancient people to bring their gods down from the heavens and hold them close to worship and cherish. These bright celestial bodies that stood in the sky night after night represented both consistency and the passage of time as their positions changed throughout the days and seasons of the year.

The star is a symbol of balance in the way that each element balances with the other. The upward point of the star represents Spirit. The other four points each represent an element; earth, air, fire, and water. The ancient Greeks believed that all of these reside in everything.

The moon is associated with clairvoyance and intuition. Using the energy of the moon is something that comes naturally and easily. To wear or display the symbol of the moon means that you go with what you feel and can make decisions based on the enlightenment it brings.

The moon has different phases and those phases affect us in different ways. The full moon represents illumination, clarity, and openness. The crescent moon symbolizes new beginnings and dreams come true. The continuing cycles of the moon bring rebirth and renewal to us every month.

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