"Wisdom is learning how to live in harmony with the world as it is in any given moment. "-Ram Dass
This pendant, crafted by Mexican artisans, reflects the dark and light of the human experience, as well as the magic of an equinox at the famous Mayan city of Chichén-Itzá
The pattern created from onyx and mother of pearl, resembles the triangles of light and shadow cast upon the stairs as the equinox sun sets over the pyramids, seen only twice each year, once in the spring and once in the fall.
Wear this pendant to remind you to find harmony and balance, through accepting light and dark, sunrise and sunset, beginning and end, ying and yang, creation and destruction as necessary parts of a whole experience.
1.25" long, 0.75" bale
alpaca silver, does not include chain
Meet the Artisans
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 valuable business and jewelry design skills, in a rural area where opportunities for women have been historically limited.
The ethically sourced jewelry line includes semi-precious stones, ethically sourced abalone, flowers, and upcycled materials, prioritizing energetic integrity and sustainability.