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9CT GOLD CUBIC ZIRCONIA EAGLE'S HEAD PENDANT

Christine Alexander Fine Jewellery


Regular price £70.00
9CT GOLD CUBIC ZIRCONIA EAGLE'S HEAD PENDANT

Stunning 9ct gold eagle's head pendant with intricate detailing and Cubic Zirconia eye. This unusual pendant is an eye-catching and detailed design. If you have ever seen an eagle in flight you will know how majestic and awe-inspiring they are, it’s no surprise they are considered the spiritual ruler of the skies. What a beautiful bird!

Weight 1.2g. 18x9.5mm. This listing is for the pendant only; if a chain is required I recommend this one.

Eagles can represent freedom and courage, they are also considered as a protector, carrier of prayers, visions & spirits. This is very much a symbol of strength if you want to motivate someone.

Gold played a role in western culture, as a cause for desire and of corruption, as told in children's fables such as Rumpelstiltskin—where Rumpelstiltskin turns hay into gold for the peasant's daughter in return for her child when she becomes a princess—and the stealing of the hen that lays golden eggs in Jack and the Beanstalk. 75% of the presently accounted for gold has been extracted since 1910. It has been estimated that the currently known amount of gold internationally would form a single cube 20 m (66 ft) on a side (equivalent to 8,000 m3). Golden treasures have been rumoured to be found at various locations, following tragedies such as the Jewish temple treasures in the Vatican, following the temple's destruction in 70 AD, a gold stash on the Titanic, the Nazi gold train – following World War II. The Sikh Golden temple, the Harmandir Sahib, is a building covered with gold. Some European king and queen's crowns were made of gold, and gold was used for the bridal crown since antiquity. A Greek burial crown made of gold was found in a grave circa 370 BC.

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