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ONCE IN A BLUE MOON TREE OF LIFE PENDANT...............

This tree of life was hand crafted with permanently colored black copper wire. I used an ocean blue dyed Mother of Pearl coin bead. This lovely moon tree comes on a 17" black Greek leather cord with hand a sterling silver cord ends and hand hammered eye and hook clasp.

The tree of life in the photo is the one you will receive.

I hand craft my trees with an obession to make a very clean look with every wire with a purpose.

Measures: 2" from the top of the bail to the bottom of the pendant and 1 1/2" wide, this is a more petite tree


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The Tree of Life symbol is an important one found in nearly every culture, symbolizing wisdom, protection, strength, bounty, beauty, and redemption. It is believed that people were easily able to identify to trees because we, like trees, develop roots, strengthen our trunk and branch out to a wider vision of life as we grow (I like that). Just look how vast this tree of life concept spans (and I’m only listing a few here):

* Norse mythology: In Norse mythology Yggdrasil is known as the World Tree. Yggdrasil is an ash tree that stands at the center of the universe, linking and sheltering all the worlds with its strength.

* China: In Chinese mythology a carving of a Tree of Life is depicted with a phoenix and a dragon.

* Ancient Egypt: In Egyptian mythology, Isis and Osiris are said to have emerged from the acacia tree of Saosis, which the Egyptians considered the Tree of Life, referring to it as the "tree in which life and death are enclosed".

* Buddhism: Buddha was said to have redeemed the whole universe under its protective branches of the great Bodhi tree, the great Tree of Enlightenment.

* The Maya: For the Maya, the Tree of Life, called Yaxche, represented the axis mundi, or the stable world center. It constituted a symbolic vertical line, that united the three realms of underworld, earth, and heavens.

* Kabbalah: In Kabbalah, Tree of Life is a term used to describe the mythical unity of ten attributes that God created, through which he can manifest. The mythical unity of these ten attributes, or sephirots, is called the Tree of Life.

* Judaism: "Etz Chaim", Hebrew for Tree of Life, is a common term used in Judaism. The expression, found in the Book of Proverbs, is figuratively applied to the Torah.

* Armenia: In ancient Armenia, the Tree of Life was a religious symbol and was drawn on walls of fortresses and carved on the armor of warriors. The branches of the tree were equally divided on the right and left sides of the stem, with each branch having one leaf, and one leaf on the apex of the tree. Servants stood on each side of the tree with one of their hands up as if they are taking care of the tree.
Marie's Inspired Wire

Once in a Blue Moon Tree of Life Pendant

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: black wire, black greek leather, deep blue mother of pearl, sterling silver cord end
  • Feedback: 70 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from California, United States
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