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Ancient Honey Bee Pendant

Ancient Honey Bee Pendant

This Honey Bee Pendant is a fantastic example of early design from Ancient Rome. The original artifact dates to roughly 250-350 AD and was a gold gilded silver pendant. We have carefully molded this artifact and now have it available for purchase in your choice of silver or gold. This piece features ornately cared wings and stunning levels of detail that have been preserved through nearly 1,800 years of decay in the ground. 
Bai Poh Amulet

Bai Poh Amulet

Amulets in Thailand have been a large part of the culture since its founding. In the 12th century when Buddhism was introduced in Thailand, monks adopted the practice of amulet making and carved amulets specific to their beliefs. At this time amulets were all hand made from earthen materials. Original amulets were formed from holy mixes of earth, herbs, and hemps. Amulets in Thailand are thought to bring luck or protection to the wearer. The amulet we cast our pendant from originated in Nong Saeng, Thailand. This amulet is used to draw in wealth and fortune, but it is also...

Ganesha Amulet

Amulets in Thailand have been a large part of the culture since its founding. In the 12th century when Buddhism was introduced in Thailand, monks adopted the practice of amulet making and carved amulets specific to their beliefs. At this time amulets were all hand made from earthen materials. Original amulets were formed from magical mixes of earth, herbs, and hemps. Amulets in Thailand are thought to bring luck or protection to the wearer. Our amulet is of Ganesha, a Hindu god that has the head of an elephant. Ganesha is the god of obstacles, specifically creating or removing them....
Somkhor Amulet

Somkhor Amulet

Amulets in Thailand have been a large part of the culture since its founding. In the 12th century when Buddhism was introduced in Thailand, monks adopted the practice of amulet making and carved amulets specific to their beliefs. At this time amulets were all hand made from earthen materials. Original amulets were formed from magical mixes of earth, herbs, and hemps. Amulets in Thailand are thought to bring luck or protection to the wearer. The Somkor is one of the most recognizable Buddhist amulets and is also one of the oldest designs. The oldest Somkhor amulets date back hundreds of...
The Mollusk

The Mollusk

This pendant is one of our more unusual pieces. It offers a glimpse inside a coiled shell. The original mold for this piece was made using a cross section of a modern gastropod shell. This cross section allows onlookers to see various chambers throughout the piece which would have been the living chamber for the animal. Mollusks as we know them today are snails and slugs, some with smooth shells and some with heavily scalloped shells.  The gastropod belongs to the phylum Mollusca (or mollusks) and is characterized by intricate coiling shells. Historically, the gastropod shell design emerged nearly 485...
The Nautilus

The Nautilus

The Nautilus pendant is made from a pyritized ammonite (which is a cephalopod mollusk, sometimes referred to today as a nautilus). This piece is similar to the Ammonite Cast we have available but is the opposite fossil. Instead of being the cast, this piece is the mold, or the positive (representation of the actual animal). This piece was made from a mold that was created using the original fossil! Typically, these fossils occur in relatively soft oceanic rock, however, this one has been pryritized! This means the material that originally made up the fossil was replaced by the mineral pyrite...
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