Did you know that the other name of the Sun Stone is Heliotis? This name comes from ancient Greece, where Helios, the sun god, was worshipped and the heliotrope was his stone. It was known to bring good fortune, prosperity and longevity to its owner. Moreover, it was often used in the form of jewellery, such as pendants, bracelets or necklaces.
To keep a little sun with you at all times, I wanted to paint an Udjat eye in orange colors. Orange's happiness and positivism blend so well with such a symbol of protection. Whether you are mystical or bohemian, this freehand painted motif will look great with a small shorts or a gypsy skirt. This tank top only exists in one copy
Sodalite, which can easily be confused with lapis lazuli, is a stone for awakening the Third Eye, introspection and control of feelings. Stone of the hypersensitive, sodalite helps to channel It is, here, highlighted by a golden on silver weaving
I love the moon and I think the roses are beautiful. So it made sense to link these two elements together to make a nice T-shirt, didn't it? The result? It's there. A moon made of roses painted on an organic cotton T-shirt and only on order, because responsible fashion is always a plus.
In Ancient Egypt, the Carnelian often adorned the sacred headdresses of the Pharaohs, with the Lapis lazuli or the turquoise, because it protected the pharaohs who wore it. Protective stone therefore, but also one that stimulates concentration or soothes anger. In the style of the Romans, this beautiful sunset coloured stone is enhanced by a silvery...
The first uses of the aventurine that we know back to 4000 years. The Chinese wore this stone as a talisman because they associated it with the goddess Guanyin Pusa, goddess of pity, compassion and unconditional love. Today, I invite you to think of this goddess by wearing this unique aventurine ring
Soft, tender and feminine, the River Pearl provides soothing and well-being.The fine stone is enhanced here by a weaving of brass and silver-plated copper wires, romantically enhancing the colours and luster of this mother-of-pearl.
Majestic, chestnut trees were for centuries the food, the roof and the means of heating for the inhabitants of southern Europe. They protect their secret fruits from an envelope spiked with sharp spines.What if the chestnut trees hide other secrets? What if, lurking under their gnarled roots, there was their treasure? A magical jewel created with the...
Amethyst gemstones of a beautiful purple that is both deep and tender are highlighted here by a very light and adjustable asymmetrical bracelet."The Purple Wings" is the bracelet to wear to highlight your originality, creativity and your "Sacred Self".
Deep blue Lapis lazuli pearls dotted with golden sequins are highlighted here by a very light and adjustable asymmetrical bracelet."The blue wings" is the bracelet to wear to highlight your originality and your divine flame.
Tall, majestic, delicate, the giraffe symbolizes generosity and non-violence for Europeans. It is also the symbol of the heart and the language of the mind.An animal with a velvet look, the giraffe has the grace of a ballerina. And today, it is at your side that it moves.
Avez-vous remarqué à quel point les têtes de mort sont présentes dans les univers Rock ? Regardez-bien : que ce soit dans les genres Pop, Hard, Punk ou Heavy, les crânes sont souvent inclus dans l'univers de ces artistes. Pourquoi ? parce que les rockers défient les règles de la société, et comme pour les anciens pirates, la tête de mort symbolise cette...
Top hat and gears, this is a perfect symbol of Steampunk, this movement born of a historical fantasy allowing the creation of an aesthetic and a universe different from ours.The Hat and Gear Ring is a nod to a movement rich in steam, inventions and free spirits.
Bright and flexible, dragonflies are the queens of change and adaptation. By the way, did you know that they change colour as they grow up?Elegant and graceful, dragonflies in Japan are a symbol of joy, rebirth and change.If you like to see the glass half full, you look like a dragonfly.
Lorsque j'ai tissé ce bracelet, c'est aux feuilles roussissantes d'automne que j'ai pensé, et à la façon dont elles se détachent sur un beau ciel bleu bien dégagé, comme on en a si souvent dans ce qu'on appelle l'Eté Indien. J'aime la poésie de l'automne, il était donc bien normal de dédier un premier bracelet à cette saison, non ?
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