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Description

Handcrafted in 18-karat gold, this Medium Champleve Medallion fused in white enamel meant to represent Wholeness. The divine triangle is often associated with pyramids, arrowheads, and sacred mountains, it is also the fire sign in the classical elements. It represents the journey of self-discovery, transformation & ascension.

Details
  • Handcrafted in 18-karat gold
  • Medallion measures 20 mm
  • Diamond total .089 carat
  • Champleve enamel: an ancient enameling technique in which troughs are cast in 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 Medium Champleve Medallion fused in white enamel meant to represent Wholeness. The divine triangle is often associated with pyramids, arrowheads, and sacred mountains, it is also the fire sign in the classical elements. It represents the journey of self-discovery, transformation & ascension.

  • Handcrafted in 18-karat gold
  • Medallion measures 20 mm
  • Diamond total .089 carat
  • Champleve enamel: an ancient enameling technique in which troughs are cast in gold and filled with vitreous enamel. The piece is fired until the enamel fuses with the gold and is then polished until smooth.

Wholeness

This piece is derived from the Wholeness Tenet. Wholeness encourages us to seek unity through growth and balance and, like a snake, to shed the skin we have outgrown. Below are the symbols and their meaning.

  • Crescent From the Latin root word, crescere, to grow, reminding us that every day is a new day to work towards truth.
  • Fire Symbol The divine triangle is associated with pyramids & sacred mountains; within the elements it is Fire, representing the journey of self discovery & transformation.
  • Snake The snake is valued as a talisman of rejuvenation. In order to grow, it must shed its skin. Shown here with the Fire triangle, coupling rejuvenation with transformation.
  • Star The star represents energy & divine guidance.
Learn more about the different tenets