PISCES Constellation necklace - sterling silver and synthetic blue aquamarine - READY to SHIP
PISCES Constellation necklace - sterling silver and synthetic blue aquamarine - READY to SHIP by vdeux at Nicky's Blog. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. PISCES constellation necklace - sterling silver and brilliant cut synthetic* aquamarine. The pendant measures roughly 35 x 45 mm ( ~ 1.4 x 1.8
The pendant measures roughly 35 x 45 mm ( ~ 1.4 x 1.8 inches) and the length of the necklace is 47 cm (18.5 inch). It has an extra 6 cm extension in case you prefer it a bit longer.
It is ready to ship and will arrive beautifully packed in a black box.
I am always open to suggestions; should you prefer to order a similar necklace set with other gemstones, please contact me and we'll discuss it.
A PISCES constellation brooch is also available in my shop: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B077T44CNW
* A synthetic gem material is one that is made in a laboratory, but which shares virtually all chemical, optical, and physical characteristics of its natural mineral counterpart.
The constellation of Pisces is based on a tale from Greek mythology and involves three main characters. Firstly we have Typhon, son of the Earth Goddess Gaia. Typhon was a gigantic monster who was as tall and wide as the mountains with the head of a hundred dragons. Typhon could breathe fire from his many eyes and was capable of destruction on a massive scale, he was the most fierce and the most feared monster in Greek mythology. One day Gaia ordered Typhon to destroy Olympus, home of the Gods. On his approach to Olympus the Gods began to flee including the other two characters in the tale, Aphrodite the Goddess of Beauty and her son Eros, the God of Love. After reaching a river bank Aphrodite and Eros tie a rope to each other and turn themselves into fish before leaping into the water, the rope prevented them from becoming separated as they eventually swam to safety. To celebrate the event the figures of two fish were later placed amongst the stars.