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Earth Mother - Snapping turtle claw pendant

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A lovely genuine turtle claw pendant inspired by Native American design. I have worked some epoxy putty around the claw and I have created the design around the crystals with the same material. The pendant measures almost 2" and I have hung it on a 18 1/2" piece of leather cord.

Turtle is symbolic of Mother Earth. Native American tribes believed that the world rested on the back of turtle and called their homeland "Turtle Island". Snapping turtle is the most ferocious of all and symbolises survival, endurance, power and strength. It also represents determination, grabbing hold of what you want in life and not letting go.

Chrysocolla helps with self expression and helps to release blockages of repressed negative emotions. A calming and healing stone, I have used it in this piece for balance.

Carnelian is a stone of creativity, individuality, personal power and is used to promote strength and courage. It balances the sacral chakra and is helpful for grounding oneself.

As with all of the animal parts that I use the animals spirit has been blessed and thanked for it's precious gift. A percentage of all sales go to various animal charities which I give monthly donations to.

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Earth Mother - Snapping turtle claw pendant

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: snapping turtle claw, chrysocolla, carnelian, leather, epoxy putty
  • Ships worldwide from United Kingdom
  • Feedback: 167 reviews
  • Favorited by: 22 people