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Blue Dragonfly Earrings with Natural Turquoise

$65.00 - $75.00

I handmade these earrings using a gorgeous Vegan dragonfly specimen, two coats of jewelry grade resin, and a whole lot of love! The earrings hang 2-3/4 inches from the ear, and are 3/4 inch at the widest point. A gorgeous faceted Turquoise adorns the bottom of each Dragonfly. I have used natural, B Grade Turquoise with no treatments.

Due to the creation process the Dragonfly may contain tiny air bubbles or variations. It’s just a part of its beautiful uniqueness!

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The Dragonfly is a powerful totem. Each civilization throughout history has had its own unique interpretation of the dragonfly symbol, but all viewed it as a powerful and significant emblem. In ancient Egyptian culture, the dragonfly symbolized renewal, transformation and the ability to move freely between different realms of existence because of its unique life cycle. The dragonfly starts as a larvae in the water and transforms into a mature, flying insect. This transformation from one form to another was seen as a symbol of the journey from life to death and back to life again. The dragonfly's ability to fly and move freely in both water and air also symbolized its versatility and ability to move freely between the different realms of existence, such as the physical world and the spiritual world. As a result, the dragonfly became associated with the idea of rebirth and renewal in Egyptian mythology.

Turquoise is a powerful stone for spiritual connection, communication, healing, and protection. Turquoise was highly valued by the ancient Egyptians, who used it in jewelry and as a protective amulet. It was associated with the goddess Hathor, who was often depicted wearing a turquoise necklace.

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