As serene as a starlit sky, this Goddess figure stretches her arms upward, her celestial embrace encompassing all the world and more. The spiral at her center, and the two crescent moons that flank her, reveal her deep connection to the natural world and its seasons and rhythms. The sterling silver Goddess within the teardrop frame is beautifully accented by a background of deepest blue abalone shell.
What a lovely and meaningful pendant this would be for someone who is looking for the perfect piece of jewelry to reflect their pagan beliefs.
The sterling silver Teardrop Goddess Pendant measures 1 3/4" tall, including bail, and comes with an 18" sterling chain.
Which goddess does this pendant represent? This pendant does not represent a single goddess. Rather, she is the embodiment of the Divine Feminine. However, this is the type of jewelry that is likely to be deeply meaningful to the person wearing it. if you feel a link to a particular goddess, and this pendant reminds you of that connection, then that is absolutely the way it should be... for you.
Why is there more than one moon? The pair of crescents, with the goddess in the middle, is meant to suggest the Triple Moon symbol that many pagans know and love. In this case, the goddess takes the place of the full moon that would normally sit at the center. The Triple Moon is a symbol of the three-fold aspects of the Goddess. The waxing crescent represents the Maiden- a woman in her youth, whose life is ruled by new beginnings, unharnessed energy, and the joy of discovery. The full moon is the symbol of the Mother- a time in a woman's life when she can celebrate the fruition of her early efforts. This is a phase of stability and fulfillment. The waning crescent represent the Crone, full of patience and wisdom, and the ability to lead and teach others. As a whole, the Triple Moon symbol captures the essence of feminine energy and power.