Hammered Copper Owl on Moon Pendant
Hammered Copper Owl on Moon Pendant
Hammered Copper Owl on Moon Pendant

Hammered Copper Owl on Moon Pendant

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This copper owl resting on a crescent moon is hand-sawn and hammered, and comes with a 21 inch copper chain (I can also shorten the chain length at no additional cost). This is a MADE TO ORDER item—I will strive to make your jewelry quickly and carefully but please give two weeks leeway for fabrication. 

Owls have a special symbolize all over the world where they have their habitats. According to Deane Lewis in her article, "World Owl Mythology," some cultures view owls as good luck (Samoans, Hawaiian, Incan, and more) and others view it as associated with negative things, perhaps in large part to it being a nocturnal bird. The Celts and old Mexican mythology believed owls were associated with the underworld. In Afghanistan, the Owl has a promethean quality where it gives fire to mortals, and in return mankind gives the owl his feathers; in Borneo, the owl tells secrets to people, and is treated in a similar way as the Greek legendary characters Prometheus and Pandora. There are cultures that associate owls with wizards and witches (several African cultures, Swedish, and more). You can check it out on owlpages.com.

Dimensions/Diameter: 2.5 inches

All items are carefully packaged, and arrive in a gift box.

Please allow for small variations because of handmade and natural items in any made-to-order listing.

The first photo in this listing was taken by Steven Scatina. You can find him on IG @stevenscatina

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About Three Witches
Three Witches is a home business run by myself, Jessica. I’ve been active in occult and pagan spirituality since the early 1990s, but find that now I have a drive to create art that is both beautiful and practical. I’m also raising three young girls, teaching them to follow their dreams and trust their intuition. I’ve had many odd jobs, traveled the world on a shoestring budget, written stories and curated literary journals, and even had a career as a special education teacher. I started Three Witches as a means to combine livelihood with spirituality, and have a lot of fun in the process.

Materials: Copper

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