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Water - Astrology Medium Crescent Medallion

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Water - Astrology Medium Crescent Medallion

Description

Handcrafted in 18-karat gold, this Medium Onyx Crescent symbolizes the lunar element, Water. Water is soft and fluid. Water is intuition and healing. Water also has strong currents and can wear away stone with it’s gentle strength. Water is considered a lunar element.

Details
  • Onyx handcrafted and sealed in 18-karat gold
  • The medallion measures 20mm in diameter

Handcrafted in 18-karat gold, this Medium Onyx Crescent symbolizes the lunar element, Water. Water is soft and fluid. Water is intuition and healing. Water also has strong currents and can wear away stone with it’s gentle strength. Water is considered a lunar element.

  • Onyx handcrafted and sealed in 18-karat gold
  • The medallion measures 20mm in diameter

Water

This piece is derived from the Astrology Collection. Water is soft and fluid. Water is intuition and healing. Water also has strong currents and can wear away stone with its gentle strength. Water is considered a lunar element.

  • Crescent From the Latin root word, crescere, to grow, reminding us that every day is a new day to work towards truth.
  • Water Symbol With its point downward, the divine triangle is an ancient symbol of femininity, suggestive of a chalice, or a cup; holding a reservoir of collective feminine energy. Within the elements, it represents Water.
  • Wheel Aether is light and solidarity.
  • Scorpio Passionate, intimate, mysterious, intense, perceptive, loyal, determined, powerful
  • Scorpio Glyph October 23-November 21 Water Element
  • Pisces Intuitive, artistic, generous, faithful, compassionate, caring, imaginative, sensitive, otherworldly, sympathetic
  • Pisces Glyph February 19-March 20 Water Element
  • Cancer Sensitive, caring, insightful, dependable, cautious, tenacious, protective, imaginative, intuitive, sympathetic
  • Cancer Glyph June 21-July 20 Water Element
Learn more about the different tenets