“The breath of life is in the sunlight and the hand of life is in the wind.”- Kahlil Gibran
The Aztec Wind God Ehécatl is represented by this pendant, often interpreted as an aspect of the Feathered Serpent deity Quetzalcoatl.
Paying homage to their Aztec ancestors, Mexican women artisans handcraft this pendant from alpaca silver. Ehecatl's luminous eye is straight from the sea, carved from abalone.
Allow this pendant to remind you to allow the breathe of the universe to guide you, as you flow with the motion of nature.
Ethically Sourced Abalone
The magic iridescence of the abalone shell is the result of layers of tessellated crystal formed on the shell of stunning sea snails.
As the over harvesting of wild abalone can damage ocean ecosystems, all Artisana jewelry is made with ethically sourced shell from carefully selected abalone farms.
Pendant 1 x 1.1"
22" Organza Ribbon
Lobster Claw Closure
ArtCamp, short for Artesanas Campesinas, is a collective of female artisans in Tecalpulco, Mexico. The collective formed in the 90’s as a way for local women to gain business and jewelry design skills, in a rural area where opportunities for women are limited.
The jewelry line includes semi-precious stones, ethically sourced abalone, flower, and upcycled materials.
We prioritize energetic integrity and ethical sourcing of all materials used by the organizations we work with.