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Resilience Enamel Small Crescent Ear Hoop

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Resilience Enamel Small Crescent Ear Hoop

Description

Handcrafted in 18-karat gold this Small Enamel Crescent Ear Hoop Earring symbolizes Resilience. Wild, abundant, and untamed, the blossoms are fed with passion, beauty, and hope. A daily reminder that blossoms will continue to bloom, even in darkness, against adversity.

Details
  • Handcrafted in 18-karat gold
  • 14 mm long
  • Sold individually
  • Champleve enamel: an ancient enameling technique in which troughs are cast in the gold and filled with vitreous enamel. The piece is fired until the enamel fuses with the gold and is then polished until smooth.

Handcrafted in 18-karat gold this Small Enamel Crescent Ear Hoop Earring symbolizes Resilience. Wild, abundant, and untamed, the blossoms are fed with passion, beauty, and hope. A daily reminder that blossoms will continue to bloom, even in darkness, against adversity.

  • Handcrafted in 18-karat gold
  • 14 mm long
  • Sold individually
  • Champleve enamel: an ancient enameling technique in which troughs are cast in the gold and filled with vitreous enamel. The piece is fired until the enamel fuses with the gold and is then polished until smooth.

Resilience

This piece is derived from the Resilience Tenet. Because it is worth pursuing a life filled with blossoms which continue to bloom, even in darkness, against adversity.  Below are the symbols and their meanings.

  • Blossoms Wild, abundant, untamed, these flowers are fed with passion and continue to bloom even in adversity. Blossoms still bloom in darkness when tended.
  • Tiger A Tiger conjures images of fierceness and great beauty. Like the Lion, there is nobility, power & authority but the Tiger is also receptive and alert. The Tiger is considered a lunar animal (feminine, receptive energy) where the Lion is decidedly solar (masculine, assertive energy) Both represent different but equally powerful types of strength
Learn more about the different tenets