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This wide triptych bangle is made with 18K solid yellow gold and diamonds.
- 18K yellow gold
- Diamonds: 0.44 CTW
- Size: 1.8"W x 2.2"L
- Circumference: 6.7"
Notes From Foundrae:
Star: The star represents energy & divine guidance.
Knot: A True Love Knot, also known as Bowen’s Knot, is a heraldic knot representing the connectivity of true love. The star represents energy & divine guidance. The 7 diamonds and the 7 stars are a tribute to the classic types of love as defined thousands of years ago: Eros–romantic love, Philia–friendship, Agape–universal love, Storge–love between parent and child, Ludus–playful love, Pragma–love founded on duty & reason, Philautia–self love.
Snake: The snake is valued as a talisman of rejuvenation. In order to grow, it must shed its skin.
Infinity: We use the symbol of infinity as part of our Karma tenet representing the idea that energy is infinite and cyclical.
Crossed Arrow: Encouragement to live life passionately and fully. With wings we are creatures of the limitless sky. No longer earthbound, with wings we fly. Two arrows cross to form a new whole; a union of friendship, of love, that didn’t exist separately as well as the indication of a new crossroads led by choosing a life filled with passion. A star for energy & divine guidance.
Crescent Moon: Every day, every moment, we make choices. We have a choice regarding what kind of energy we want to put out there in the world. The Crescent moon, was chosen for its Latin root word, crescere, to grow.
Lion: Strength is within. We all have it, but sometimes it wanes, and sometimes we really need to call on it. The Strength collection reminds us that it is there. The lion symbolizes strength, dignity, passion & self-confidence.
Star, Arrow, Triangle: Dream forward. We can actualize our dreams. The divine triangle is often associated with pyramids, arrowheads and sacred mountains, it is also the fire sign in the classical elements. It represents the journey of self-discovery, transformation & ascension. The arrow inspires us to powerfully launch forward and make the dream happen.
Horseshoe: The horseshoe is a symbol of protection, particularly valued for the properties of the metal its made with, iron, that withstands the fires of adversity & negativity.
Scarab: I chose the Scarab for our Protection collection to shield the wearer...but the reality is that I don’t think we need to be shielded from a malevolent outside source. I believe we need protection from our own negative thoughts. The ones that say, “you can’t do it” or something similar and prevent us from using our energy to build more productive and positive aspects of our lives.
Flower: Resilience. Wild, abundant and untamed, the blossoms are fed with passion and continue to bloom, even in darkness, against adversity. But we can’t separate the flower from its thorn. The Thorn is the risk we assume for something we love, for living life fully without reserve.
Wings: Encouragement to live life passionately and fully. With wings we are creatures of the limitless sky. No longer earthbound, with wings we fly.