Monday, March 25, 2013

GODDESS NECKLACE

GODDESS NECKLACE

SHE WHO KNOWS HER OWN SACRED SOUND

"She Who Knows Her Own Sacred Sound"

Many of you have asked to see what my Goddess necklaces look like being worn by real Goddesses, instead of the usual manniquin I display them on. I’ve highlighted a few of the beautiful women who have purchased them.

One Block East Gallery had a fashion show last fall highlighting art to wear. One of the models wore my “She who Seeks the path of the Ancients.”

Sunshine Fae wore her Triple Goddess necklace to an Earthen Moon Gathering. You can read more about this beautiful Goddess by going to her blog titled Mystic Crone.

Last weekend, this beautiful mother and daughter duo chose the necklaces shown.

When I finished ‘She who knows Her Own Sacred Sound, I knew the name was perfect for her. We as women all have our own sacred sound. It is a tune we carry from birth and speaks of a knowingness that can only be expressed in a melody that seems to come from within. It is that ancient sound that carries us through the difficulties of life and has an origin that dates back to the first Goddess. If you listen carefully, you will begin to hear your own sacred sound resonate from your very soul.

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Shown for Size

“She who knows…” is 3 1/2 w x by 8 1/2 h and has a chain that hangs 11 1/2" from neck to top of head. I used a very soft gold chain , one of my original stoneware clay faces and an ancient looking pendant with stone. I have priced her at $115.00. You can see more views and purchase on etsy or from me directly at e-mail.

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12 comments:

  1. She Who Knows is beautiful. Wonderful photos of the women who have purchase and wear your pieces. It does make a difference when seeing jewelry on real people.
    Have a great Monday
    Nicole/Beadwright

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  2. It's lovely to see your beautiful pieces being worn Cheryl, they look amazing. xx

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  3. It is nice to see the pieces being worn to show the size of them too.

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  4. Ooh it is so lovely to see them on their Goddess owners. They seem to take on a whole new dimension with the woman they were meant to be with.

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  5. Stunning Beauties! and i adore seeing them worn! Great tributes to you and your work! xo

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  6. Wonderful! And how lovely for us to see your creations modeled by their proud owners!

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  7. I always love love love your work and also the names you give them just as much.

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