Twins of Balance is a Pendant inspired in the Hexagon Form.
Among all the geometric shapes in sacred geometry, the hexagon is one of the most powerful and fascinating. It is found in many spiritual symbols such as the Star of David, The Tree of Life in the Kabbalah, and the Hagal Rune composed by ancient tribes of northern Europe.
It is the sacred geometry formed by the interlocking of two triangles. The upward-pointing triangle represents the positive/male energy, and the downward-facing triangle represents the negative/female energy.
To create the 'Twins of balance' we use the reflections of one hexagon to another to express your natural state of kindness, patience and faithfulness. Returning back to our True Self, we return the source of our origin.
About the Crystal:
Rose quartz is known as a healing crystal and the stone of unconditional love. It's believed by some to emit strong vibrations of love, which are thought to: support emotional and relationship healing. inspire compassion. boost feelings of peace and calm.
A Hexagon is the most dominant shape in nature and the world. Take a look around your surroundings and admire the Hexagon within everything.
It is a one-of-a-kind piece made with solid 925 Sterling Silver and a hand-faceted Emerald. It has a 1-year guarantee and lifetime assistance.
Material: Sterling Silver 925|Gold Vermeil
Crystal: Rose Quartz
Every pendant comes in an organic cotton pouch and a plantable box that has mustard seeds inside to reduce our waste.
I'm a Brazilian designer passionate about nature and people. In every single thing I design, there is a lot of me and a lot of others. Part of the work is made in my studio in South East London, and part of the work is made by other artisans in Brazil, my second home. We make sure all the process is ethical and each crystal has been sustainably resourced
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us, we’d love to hear from you :)
- Variant: 40 cm / Gold Vermeil
- SKU: Ngtwinsofbalancerosequartzt40
- Product Type: Necklaces
- Collection: SACRED GEOMETRY