New in my shop - sterling silver Tide necklace
Hand sculpted by me using one of my illustrations as the inspiration and cast in sterling silver this necklace represents the lunar pull. With it’s eye open on the waxing side and closed on the waning side it can be worn in two ways depending on the energy you wish to attract. Comes with a short sterling silver chain and clasps, all hand oxidized to a unique finish.The moon traditionally represents femininity and countless lunar deities such as Hekate, Isis, Rhiannon. For me the moon is also a powerful symbol of the ever-changing nature of existence. I look to her in bright times to find humility and appreciation in what i’ve been gifted. In a darker hour she is a light and a reminder that all is in flux, and pain, while beautiful in itself, will pass.
Staying true to my philosophy of recycling a large percentage of the metal in this pendant comes from old silverware/cutlery.

New in my shop - sterling silver Tide necklace

Hand sculpted by me using one of my illustrations as the inspiration and cast in sterling silver this necklace represents the lunar pull. With it’s eye open on the waxing side and closed on the waning side it can be worn in two ways depending on the energy you wish to attract. Comes with a short sterling silver chain and clasps, all hand oxidized to a unique finish.

The moon traditionally represents femininity and countless lunar deities such as Hekate, Isis, Rhiannon. For me the moon is also a powerful symbol of the ever-changing nature of existence. I look to her in bright times to find humility and appreciation in what i’ve been gifted. In a darker hour she is a light and a reminder that all is in flux, and pain, while beautiful in itself, will pass.

Staying true to my philosophy of recycling a large percentage of the metal in this pendant comes from old silverware/cutlery.