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The 18-karat yellow gold mini coin medallion has a three-dimensional rooster set at its center. Be What You Are. Esto Quod Es. A message written to us in Latin from ancient times in an ancient language is no less relevant than if it were written today. The message is timeless: be true to yourself, accept yourself. Symbolic meanings of the Rooster are as wide-ranging & diverse as individuals are, but most cultures see the Rooster associated with the sun, a sign of illumination, a messager, calling out to us, walking us from the sleep of just existing rather than being.

Comes with any oval annex link to build a mini-story.

Details
  • Handcrafted in 18-karat gold
  • Engraved with Esto Quod es on the back
  • Measures 12mm
  • Includes Oval annex link allowing you to add the crest to any necklace
  • The 18-karat yellow gold mini coin medallion has a three-dimensional rooster set at its center. Be What You Are. Esto Quod Es. A message written to us in Latin from ancient times in an ancient language is no less relevant than if it were written today. The message is timeless: be true to yourself, accept yourself. Symbolic meanings of the Rooster are as wide-ranging & diverse as individuals are, but most cultures see the Rooster associated with the sun, a sign of illumination, a messager, calling out to us, walking us from the sleep of just existing rather than being.

    Comes with any oval annex link to build a mini-story.

  • Handcrafted in 18-karat gold
  • Engraved with Esto Quod es on the back
  • Measures 12mm
  • Includes Oval annex link allowing you to add the crest to any necklace
  • Rooster

    This piece is derived from the Internal Compass Tenet. The cardinal directions of our compass are in mirror image because it’s only with self-reflection can the right path be determined.  Only when you look in the mirror can the directions be properly read.


    • Rooster The message is timeless: be true to yourself, accept yourself. Symbolic meanings of the Rooster are as wide-ranging & diverse as individuals are, but most cultures see the Rooster associated with the sun, a sign of illumination, a messenger, calling out to us, walking us from the sleep of just existing rather than being.
    Learn more about the different tenets