This Labradorite Flower of life pendant is big and beautiful!
The flower of life is a universal symbol which can be found in places of worship across the world and throughout time. The oldest have been found in Ancient Egypt at the Temple of Osiris. But they are also found in Japan, China, India and across the Middle East and Europe. The symbols is believed by all of these cultures to represent the emergence of life from the "Great Void". Inside the Flower of Life can be found the Seed of Life, the repetition of which creates this symbol.
People across the ancient and modern worlds have used this symbol with prayer and meditation to better connect with themselves and with all life. All of us can discover ourselves within this sacred geometric network that is the Flower of Life.
The colors within labradorite are hidden until light hits the gemstone and the right angles, revealing deep mysterious flashes of blue, orange and green. This represents our own spiritual awakening and self-discovery.
To make it complete, we add a free chain (16-18" or 30") or vegan leather cord (black or brown).
Hand crafted in Northwest India using traditional jewelry techniques. Made with brass with three layers of silver plating.
Measures 2.8" x 2.8"
We're sure you'll love this jewelry piece. But if you are not satisfied with your purchase for any reason, then you may return it for a full refund. Any time.
*About our shop*
For several years we've traveled the globe searching for the finest in authentic vintage and antique art, jewelry, clothes and textiles. Our collection represents the cultural heritage of the many remote places we travel. See the rest of our collection here:
Beautiful and simple Tashar bracelet with genuine labradorite stone!
Totally adjustable! Bends easily to fit any wrist size.
Deep inside the stone are hues of blueish greens that changes color and intensity with each new angle of light. This is a stone that has long symbolized the journey of inner-discovery.
This piece was masterfully crafted by Indian artisans who are renowned for their metalworking. It is made with high quality jewelry brass. We collected this along our Journeys through India.