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Product ID: bt_61_fortuna
BT 61 - Fortuna
Fortuna is the Roman Goddess of Luck, Fate, and Fortune, as her name implies she was a very popular Goddess, Fortuna was usually depicted holding in one hand a cornucopia, or a horn of plenty, from which all good things flowed in abundance, representing Her ability to bestow prosperity; the personification of happiness, and the Goddess of Hope.
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Product ID: bt_62_harmony
BT 62 - Harmony
A universal symbol of cosmic unity and earth's cycles of renewal. According to ancient beliefs, an upright equilateral triangle is a male and solar symbol representing spirit, divinity, fire, life, prosperity and harmony. In contrast, the reversed triangle is female and lunar, representing mother earth, water, rain and grace.
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Product ID: bt_63_koruspiral
BT 63 - Koru Spiral
The Koru is a spiral based on the shape of a new unfurling silver fern frond and symbolizing new life, growth, strength and peace. It is said to represent new beginnings, and re-generation. Designs with a single koru and multiple koru growing from it are said to represent (ancestry). Essentially a family tree made from the koru design
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Product ID: bt_64_sugarscull
BT 64 - Sugar Scull
Understood as a symbol of warning, the skull was used by ancient cultures to ward off evil or illness. Many cultures believed that wearing skulls would ensure protection and well-being along with the previous owner’s strengths. In Mexico the skull represents freedom , impermanence, and transition, signifying liberation from worldly burdens. The annual Dia de los Muertos, (Day of the Dead), celebration on November 1st, where the skull is a prominent feature celebrates a time when the veil separating the living from the dead is at it thinnest. A time when life and death meet and loved ones are reunited.
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Product ID: bt_65_sugarsculltassel
BT 65 - Sugar Scull Bracelet and Tassel
Understood as a symbol of warning, the skull was used by ancient cultures to ward off evil or illness. Many cultures believed that wearing skulls would ensure protection and well-being along with the previous owner’s strengths. In Mexico the skull represents freedom , impermanence, and transition, signifying liberation from worldly burdens. The annual Dia de los Muertos, (Day of the Dead), celebration on November 1st, where the skull is a prominent feature celebrates a time when the veil separating the living from the dead is at it thinnest. A time when life and death meet and loved ones are reunited.
Price: $260.00
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Product ID: bt_67_angel
BT 67 - Angel
Angel
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Product ID: bt_68_butterfly_ball
BT 68 - Butterfly Ball
Butterfly Ball
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Product ID: bt_69_butterfly_ball_earring
BT 69 - Butterfly Ball Bracelet with Earrings
Butterfly Ball Bracelet with Earrings
Price: $180.00
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Product ID: bt_79_eva
BT 79 - Eva
Eva
Price: $120.00
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Product ID: bt_81_filigree_leaf
BT 81 - Filigree Leaf
Filigree Leaf
Price: $95.00
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Product ID: bt_82_forget_me_not
BT 82 - Forget Me Not
Forget Me Not
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Product ID: bt_83_friendship_weave
BT 83 - Friendship Weave
Friendship Weave
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