This archetypal shape, sometimes called a mandorla, from the word for almond, suggests the opening of mysteries, the passageway into the Sacred Unknown, and has appeared in ceremonial art in India, Africa, China, Egypt, Greece, Israel – and even Ireland, where it takes the form of the Sheela-na-Gig—as the beckoning of the goddess, initiation, the Divine Feminine, the call of the Shechinah.
Tiny diamonds are set into 14 karat gold, with dainty matching chain.
Material: 14k gold
Pendant Size: 1/4"
Chain Length: 16"