Artisan Dragonfly Pendant


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Handcrafted from recycled silver and pure silver droplets and forged into a dragonfly. I then set a beautiful rich 2.90ct pear shaped citrine in the body and used two 0.40ct round faceted garnets as the eyes. It is suspended with a oval Belcher Link Chain 50cm long and the dragonfly has a drop of 55mm.

 AUD $595.00 + Shipping 

In almost every part of the world, the Dragonfly symbolizes change, transformation, adaptability, and self-realization.

The Dragonfly’s scurrying flight across water represents an act of going beyond what’s on the surface and looking into the deeper implications and aspects of life.  The Dragonfly moves with elegance and grace.  The Dragonfly is iridescent both on its wings and body.  Iridescence shows itself in different colours depending on the angle and how the light falls on it. The magical property of iridescence is also associated with the discovery of one’s own abilities by unmasking the real self and removing the doubts one cast on his/her own sense of identity.

In certain spiritual traditions or cultures, a spirit animal refers to a spirit that helps guide or protect a person on a journey and whose characteristics that person shares or embodies.

A spirit animal is characterized as a teacher or messenger that comes in the form of an animal and has a personal relationship with an individual. Other names might be animal guides, spirit helpers, spirit allies, power animals, or animal helpers. ... You can have one or several spirit animals throughout your lifetime.

In the Native American tradition, spirit animals are an embodied form of a spiritual guide. Spiritual guides can present themselves to us in whatever way we are willing to see them, and it is natural for people to connect with theirs through the face of a familiar animal. You may find that you have one main power animal, or you could feel close to many animal spirit guides. Your animal guide(s) hold a particular quality that could help you navigate life with a bit more ease, faith, and confidence. By Emma Mildon