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Symbolz- The Ancient Mysteries Collection - Glass Charm Necklace- The Four Elements

The Greek philosopher, Empedocles created the original concept of the four elements, earth, air, fire and water. The basic building blocks of the Universe, also believed to be the structure of the human design:

Air = Thought & the Soul Fire = Energy & Desire
Water = Passion & Emotions Earth = Stability & Fertility

Created to honor the earth and the infusion of life "She" gives, this necklace carries the power of the life giving forces in four quadrants. A 1"7/8 glass design is separated into the four forces divided by antique brass filigree. The center of the glass is a czech glass bead in blue and golds representing the Cosmos and the origin of life. Attached at the top is a gold bail pointing the way to balance and harmony.

The 18" necklace has glass, pearl and brass charms representing the four elements. A four inch extender chain has a cloisonne glass bead with a blend of the four element colors.

Earth, Water, Air, Fire Charm Glass Necklace - Symbolz- The Ancient Mysteries Collection - The Four Elements

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: glass, anqtique brass, glass pearls, specialty coatings, cloisonne bead
  • Feedback: 1524 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from United States