Fire Opal Resin Tree of Life Pendant

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This pendant is really mesmerizing -- I can't stop looking at it. The copper wire tree is wrapped around a faceted resin focal piece in a color called "fire opal". It's really stunning to look at. The colors change from orange to green with flashes of blue depending on the angle and the lighting. It sometimes looks like it's actually on fire. There's a really interesting depth to the resin -- it almost seems as though there are layers of color within it.

This is a super lightweight necklace -- perfect for people who would love to have a large piece of statement jewelry but don't like the feeling of something heavy around their neck.

Details:

  • The pendant is approximately 1.5" wide by 2" long
  • Wrapped in copper wire
  • It comes with a chain that matches the wire, or a black leather or cotton cord
  • You can choose the length of the chain

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About the Colours

This particular pendant is associated with both the heart and sacral chakras. Orange boosts confidence, self-esteem, joy and fulfillment. Green brings prosperity, growth, renewal, fortune and love.

About the Tree of Life

The tree of life is a mystical and magical tree that is well known in many cultures. It represents our connection to all things -- earth, air, water, fire. In Celtic culture, trees were the centre of all that occurred -- the absence of trees would be the absence of life. In Christian tradition, eating from the tree of life is said to grant immortality. In Norse mythology, the tree of life, or Yggdrasil, binds together all realms of existence. This ancient tree represents our connection to our ancestors and also of our individuality. The stages of a tree's growth through the year mirrors that of the cycle of life, similar to the eternal life/re-birth traditions in many religions.