I knew the last iron spoon had to be something really special.
I wanted to do something that Hephaestos might appreciate, inspired by Thenea’s recent gnosis post wherein He observed the irony that His own temples, historically, have failed to accommodate the nature of His enduring impairment. What better way to honor a god whose disability was rendered invisible than with a modern symbol for awareness of invisible disabilities? Even better, a blacksmithed spoon for a smith.
But I don’t actually work with Hephaestos! So I wasn’t really sure what to do. When I found myself idly winding the twisted brass wire around the curves of the black iron, I realized that this charming necklace would call for many colors of metal and many, many kinds of blessings.
Charming Spoon ($80): Three different colored strands of metal chain joined with a single lobster clasp. An eclectic collection of more than a dozen charms and symbols for good fortune, health, and protection from diverse cultures dangle from the strands. Adjustable ~25-28″
This necklace was blessed repeatedly for luck, prosperity, health, and spiritual protection! It can be further infused with Reiki healing energy and/or anointed with healing spell oils, if the buyer wishes it so – no additional charge!
For the curious, the “Power and Luck Powder” referenced in the picture above is many chips of cinnamon stick, for luck, and about one candle’s worth of proprietary blend spell-charging incense powder from Ancient Ways, which I use in most of my candle spell work. The bottle is not sealed shut specifically so that you can use the powder for a good solid candle spell toward someone’s well-being, and put whatever you like in the tiny bottle in its place.
The glitter bottle also has a few lucky clover confetti hidden inside, but that one is sealed shut so the glitter doesn’t get everywhere, so you’ll just have to see if they peek out by shaking the bottle around. 😉
Price includes shipping for North American buyers. International buyers, we’d need to discuss shipping costs.
To purchase this necklace, email me at Ember Outreach at Gmail dot Com with your mailing address, and selection.
Payment is via PayPal. 🙂
** “Why a spoon, cousin?” you may ask. Read The Spoon Theory written by Christine Miserandino to find out more!