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This enigma pendant and pin from our silver goddess jewelry collection is radiant in warm golden tones set against hand carved fossilized ivory and sterling silver's moonlight gleam.
This pendant comes on an 18" sterling silver 1.1mm box with with a secure sterling silver lobster clasp.
This pin/pendant measures 3/4" wide x 2" tall (approx)
Please allow 2 weeks for delivery.
Our mysterious enigma pendant can either be worn as a citrine drop necklace or as an ancient ivory pin, making this a truly versatile piece from our silver goddess jewelry collection. The delicately carved woman in this pendant/pin sees into the very heart of things, though she herself is cloaked in mystery. She carries the look of a priestess, or goddess, about her—serene, wise, and radiating an inner beauty.
She wears a faceted citrine drop accent like a golden crown and one at her throat like a powerful talisman. Citrine is known as the stone of imagination, success, good fortune, and personal power. A semi-precious gemstone, citrine is much celebrated for its sunny hue. Rich 14kt gold fill accents along her hairline further evoke citrine's liquid honey warmth.
Her enigmatic face is carved from fossilized walrus ivory, a prized material that is 500 to 3,000 years old. Fossilized walrus ivory accretes a cream to caramel or cocoa tone depending on the soil's mineral content where it is buried. It is an important cultural and indigenous economic resource for the Native peoples who gather it after erosion brings it back to light. Natural variations in color are part of what makes fossilized walrus ivory such a sought after organic material for fine jewelry pieces and artisan crafts.
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