Queen Maeve

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Queen Maeve

158.00

Queen Maeve: Handcrafted Crystal Pendant Featuring Deer Antler Shed Tip, Sodalite, and Natural Turquoise with Matrix

Sodalite carved by Mel of Got Stoned Jewelry. Turquoise lapidary by Jenny White of Story Stones. Natural deer antler shed tip from Monarch Antlers.

Queen Maeve is the ruler of the fae beings. She governs with confidence, grace, and love. She is fiercely protective of her people. This piece will make an amazing ceremonial tool for any altar but it can also be worn as a powerful talisman to invoke confidence, discernment, and pure heart.

You will receive the exact pendant pictured complete with a stainless steel chain at your preferred length.

This pendant was created by utilizing the Tiffany method, this is where molten metal is applied over copper directly onto the surface of the crystal. A patina is then applied to enhance the rustic appearance of the metal and give the piece an old-world look.  

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Crystal Lore

Turquoise was often used as an amulet for protection, in ancient times. It is an efficient holistic healer, balancing and aligning all of the chakras. It balances masculine and feminine energies and can stabilize mood swings, instilling calmness. It’s wonderful for enhancing communication and is oftentimes considered a love stone. Turquoise is excellent for protecting against EMFs and outside influences.

Sodalite is a stone that supports the throat and third eye chakras. It can assist us in clearly communicating our beliefs and our truth, allowing one to stand solidly in their integrity. It supports clairvoyance. I always associate this crystal with the goddess Artemis, a fierce protector of innocents and animals. She is also closely associated with the moon, which urges us to embrace the natural feminine ebb and flow each month. This allows us to hold sacred our natural rhythms of introversion and extroversion.

Jewelry Care

Protect your jewelry from contact with items such as perfumes, hair sprays, and moisturizers, etc. which may contain chemicals that can damage jewelry.

Refrain from using chemical polishes on your jewelry as it can remove the patina. 

Remove your jewelry before bathing, showering, or swimming.