THE SYMBOLISM IN CELESTIAL JEWELRY

Celestial jewelry seems to be the rage today, but have you ever wondered the meaning behind these pretty and intricate designs.

In Greek Mythology, the crescent moon is said to represent Selene the feminine moon goddess and symbolizes female empowerment.

The popularity of the crescent moon dates back to the Victorian, Georgian and Edwardian eras. During the Industrial Revolution period, there were changes happening in all fields and women started entering the workforce, laying the foundation of female rights and empowerment. The crescent moon was used to represent change, as the moon has multiple lunar phases.

In Chinese philosophy the moon is the yin to the sun’s yang, showing how the female moon and the male sun can perfectly balance each other despite being opposites.

The moon influences us in many ways with its gravitational pull and it's role in the changing of tides, it evokes emotions and positive energy levels. image via Pinterest

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Stars often symbolize light and clarity, with the Sun being the brightest Star of all. They are also associated with navigation and direction way back when people used them for directions and in compasses.

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Mamour's Chalayan Sterling Silver Earrings  feature these mystical motifs of a crescent moon and a star, with delicate sparkle of Swarovski diamonds. The moon charm represents femininity and positive energy and the star is a symbol of hopes and dreams. 

The Sélene Crescent Gold Earrings  can be your go-to if you love the crescent moon in all its glory, perfect for everyday luxury. 

Add these for a meaningful and celestial touch to your collection. 

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