Necklaces

Leaf Necklace Orange

By Michelle DaRin / December 14, 2018

Enameled and forged copper necklace combined with orange magnesite and glass beads this piece is great dressed up or dressed down, jeans and a t-shirt or a little black dress. One of a kind handmade each one is different and unique, slight variations in bead size and color from piece to piece.

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Classic Brass Wedge

By Michelle DaRin / December 12, 2018

The brass wedge necklace is a great everyday piece to set any outfit apart. Layer it with another piece or where it separately. It is about 34 inches long brass on brass chain, to shorten it you can just knot the chain in the back and let it dangle. Personally I like 2 together, this listing is for one brass wedge necklace, order 2 if your looking for this look!

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Agate Crescent Moon Lotus

By Michelle DaRin / December 12, 2018

Beautiful crescent shaped agate set in brass and silver topped with a lotus strung on glass pearls. This is a beauty and for sure a statement piece that will go with anything. The color and shpe of the agate will vary from piece to piece do to the nature of each piece being a unique agate. Expect variations.

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Joan of Arc Necklace

By Michelle DaRin / December 11, 2018

Joan of Arc, was burned at the stake in May of 1431 on charges of heresy. After a long trial that lasted over a year, three major indictments were made against her. The first of these was that she used magic because she claimed to hear voices from St. Michael, St. Margaret, and St. Catherine. Joan of Arc, nicknamed “The Maid of Orléans,” was born in 1412 in Domrémy, Bar, France. A national heroine of France, at age 18 she led the French army to victory over the English at Orléans. Caste bronze charm on beaded glass chain, 16 inches long.

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Saint Nicholas Necklace

By Michelle DaRin / December 6, 2018

St. Nicholas was a Bishop who lived in the fourth century in a place called Myra, modern day Turkey. He was a very rich man because his parents died when he was young and left him a lot of money. He was also a very kind man and had a reputation for helping the poor and giving secret gifts to people who needed it. There are several legends about St. Nicholas.
The most famous story about St. Nicholas tells how the custom of hanging up stockings to put presents in first started! It goes like this:
There was a poor man who had three daughters. The man was so poor that he did not have enough money for a dowry, so his daughters couldn’t get married. One night, Nicholas secretly dropped a bag of gold down the chimney and into the house, the bag fell into a stocking that had been hung by the fire to dry! This was repeated later with the second daughter. Finally, determined to discover the person who had given him the money, the father secretly hid by the fire every evening until he caught Nicholas dropping in a bag of gold. Nicholas begged the man to not tell anyone what he had done, because he did not want to bring attention to himself. But soon the news got out and when anyone received a secret gift, it was thought that maybe it was from Nicholas.

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Cleoptra Necklace, Feme Fatale

By Michelle DaRin / December 3, 2018

I am totally intrigued by the history of Cleoptra’s life. Here are some interesting facts about Cleopatra…
Cleopatra was not Egyptian.
While Cleopatra was born in Egypt, she traced her family origins to Macedonian Greece. Cleopatra’s beauty wasn’t her biggest asset.
Roman propaganda painted Cleopatra as a debauched temptress who used her sex appeal as a political weapon, but she may have been more renowned for her intellect than her appearance. She spoke as many as a dozen languages and was educated in mathematics, philosophy, oratory and astronomy, and Egyptian sources later described her as a ruler “who elevated the ranks of scholars and enjoyed their company.”Cleopatra knew how to make an entrance.
Cleopatra believed herself to be a living goddess, and she often used clever stagecraft to woo potential allies and reinforce her divine status. A famous example of her flair for the dramatic came in 48 B.C., when Julius Caesar arrived in Alexandria during her feud with her brother Ptolemy XIII. Knowing Ptolemy’s forces would thwart her attempts to meet with the Roman general, Cleopatra had herself wrapped in a carpet—some sources say it was a linen sack—and smuggled into his personal quarters. Caesar was dazzled by the sight of the young queen in her royal garb, and the two soon became allies and lovers.

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Evil Eye Necklace

By Michelle DaRin / November 21, 2018

Caste bronze Evil Eye on 16 inch hand linked lava beaded chain. The evil eye is a symbol of protection in cultures all over the world. Evil eyes are worn as amulets to provide protection against evil forces. The lava beads can be infused with your favorite essential oil for added enjoyment.

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Silver Saint Therese the Little Flower of Jesus

By Michelle DaRin / November 21, 2018

Saint Therese Little Flower Necklace, caste silver and glass beaded chain in grey, 16 inches long, fashioned from a medallion that belonged to my Mom. My Mom was a member of The Society of Saint Therese since 2008 I recently learned. I now am carrying on the family tradition and devotion to Saint Therese.
St. Therese loved nature, and often used the imagery of nature to explain how the Divine Presence is everywhere, and how everything is connected in God’s loving care and arms. Therese saw herself as “the Little Flower of Jesus” because she was just like the simple wild flowers in forests and fields, unnoticed by the greater population, yet growing and giving glory to God. Therese did not see herself as a brilliant rose or an elegant lily, by simply as a small wildflower. This is how she understood herself before the Lord – simple and hidden, but blooming where God had planted her.
“I will spend my heaven, doing good on earth.”
I love this, and I hope you do too, if for nothing else than the message Saint Therese brings to us all.
Peace, love, and understanding

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Serenity Prayer Necklace

By Michelle DaRin / November 20, 2018

Serenity Prayer Necklace, sometimes you have to hand things over to God and take solice in knowing that God has a plan. “God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, Courage to change the things I can, And wisdom to know the difference.” Cast bronze on black glass beaded chain, 16 inches long.

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