✨This small pendant features a 12 constellation print. This necklace is available in all 12 constellation print designs. It's a great option for everyday wear, and it could make a great gift.
We made this dainty pendant with magnifying glass domes which were hand set in a pendant base. Glass jewelry has a fantastic 3D effect and gentle shining. The pendant has prints on both sides.
Wear this magnificent zodiac necklace to reveal your sun sign to the world or as a constant reminder of the qualities of your zodiac sign.
There are 12 different constellation choices for this necklace. Each tiny pendant has its corresponding zodiac constellation depicted in it.
It's a fantastic alternative for every day wear and a wonderful gift.
Aquarius is Latin for cup carrier. Ganymede, the young boy taken by Zeus, was given the role of his cupbearer and later elevated to the god of rain, Aquarius and positioned among the stars.
Pisces is Latin for the fish (plural). The fish are said to be Aphrodite and her son Eros who transformed to get away from the monster Typhon. Then, to prevent being split apart, they tied a ribbon around each other.
Aries is Latin for ram. According to legend, Phrixus was saved by Aries, a golden ram, who carried him to Colchis where the ram was sacrificed to please Zeus and later honored in the sky.
Taurus is Latin for bull. Taurus represents the god Zeus changing himself into a beautiful white Bull to win the affections of the Phoenician princess Europa. Happy with the results, he decided to honor the bull by placing it amongst the stars.
Gemini is Latin for twins. Gemini is made up of twins: Castor (mortal) and Pollux (immortal). Both Castor and Pollux, being identical twins, were inseparable in their looks and actions. When Castor died, Zeus reunited the twins in the sky.
Cancer is Latin for crab. Hera sent Hercules on a mission but ordered a crab to assault him. Grateful for the crab's loyalty after it was killed, Hera immortalized it in the stars but did not illuminate its stars since it had not stopped Hercules.
Leo is Latin for lion.The Nemean lion is the lion of Leo in Greek mythology. During his labors, Hercules killed the lion by strangling it. Zeus, however, decided to make the lion immortal in the stars.
Virgo is Latin for maiden. The last deity to depart earth was the goddess of innocence and purity, Astraea. This was after Pandora opened a box that allowed countless evil into the world. She will return with her mother, Themis, in the Golden Age.
Libra is Latin for scale. Only the sign of Libra is symbolized by an inanimate object. Themis, the goddess of justice who is typically seen with a blindfold on, holds the scales of Libra in Greek mythology. Themis is the mother of Astraea (the Virgo goddess).
Scorpio is Latin for scorpion. Orion was a talented hunter who grabbed Artemis' attention. After trying to sexually harass her, Artemis sent a scorpion to kill him. She then preserved them as constellations.
Sagittarius is Latin for archer. Half goat and half man, Crotus was an extremely talented musician and huntsman. The Muses asked Zeus to immortalize him in the stars.
Capricorn is Latin for horned goat. The half-goat demigod Pan was immortalized as a constellation for aiding Zeus in his battle with Typhon.
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