Devotional Jewelry Summer Clearance Sale!

Hello folks!

I have this treasure box full of shinies that I really need to clear out so that I can fill it up with new shinies. Help me find good homes for the current residents? I think I’ll keep these reduced prices up until Midsommer, or they sell out, whichever comes first!

To that end, I’m taking $10 each item or matched set!

Summer Sale

Shinies on sale!

First off, we have the last of the first set of Nine Worlds Map prayer beads!

These necklaces are all hand-strung and knotted on strong, soft beading cord for flexibility. Each necklace contains marker beads representing the Norse 9 Worlds and 3 Great Wells, with 9 spacer beads between them. Most beads are semi-precious stone, and the wells are metal. Some necklaces have other natural or fine glass elements to them.

The beads can serve as a prayer necklace, and, when the strand is folded around itself according to the included instructions, the arrangement of World Beads along the axes functions as a 3D map of Yggdrasil!

Svartalfheim and Vorlund

Vorlund and Svartalfheim – Homage to the great metalworkers of myth!

Vorlund ($60 $50!): Solid Hematite (iron oxide crystal) invokes the archetypical blacksmith known as Vorlund in the north, and Weyland to the English. Very grounding. (Caution: Hematite can be very brittle. Do not strike these beads against hard surfaces or edges.)

Svartalfheim ($60 $50!): Golden Iron Pyrite and steely Hematite make up the spacers of this necklace inspired by the great dwarven smiths.

Temper

Between the fire and the ice, there is balance.

Temper ($60 $50!): Great swords are made by casting the metal into the fire, beating it smooth, and then dousing it in icy water. These icy faceted glass crystals, fire agate, and iron pyrite spacers invoke the harrowing process of finding balance between the extreme elements of the North.

Next we have the last of the first round of Spoon jewelry:

A Spoonful of Blessings - Modeled

A little bit of luck goes a long way – a dozen little bits go anywhere they like!

Charming Spoon ($80 $70!): 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!

(“Why a spoon, cousin?” you may ask. Read The Spoon Theory written by Christine Miserandino to find out more!)

And finally, devotional necklaces suitable for many different Powers:

Knotwork Pendant

Animorphic birds and spiraling stars!

Brighid Necklace

Blue and green and silvery pewter with Celtic knotwork and spirals make a necklace honoring Brighid’s healing well.

Brighid’s Well (SOLD!): Deep green stone lozenges spaced with tiny blue stone rounds invoke the waters of Brighid’s healing well. Silvery pewter flat rounds adorned with spirals echo the rectangular animorphic knotwork pendant. Hand strung on sturdy Beadalon wire, with finished ends and a lobster clasp. ~23″ with a 1.75″ pendant.

This necklace is built to honor Ireland’s beloved Brighid in Her role as the Lady of Healing Waters.

Sparks Bracelet - Colors

Sparkling crystals and lightweight, gold-tone metal for firey inspiration and strength!

Sparkls Bracelet Clasp

The hand-wound clasp cap be easily expanded with large jump rings.

Sparks! ($30 $20!): Five sparkling medallions reflect the shifting colors of fire. Strung with hollow brass round spacers on twisted wire. ~6.5″ around but I can easily extend it up to 7 or more with matching jump rings.

This bracelet was blessed with the spark of fire in honor of Gullveig, the witch of the Vanir who may or may not be a fierce facet of Freyja Herself. Wear it when you face the fire, to show the world that they can not bring you down!

Getting In Gear

A chain of gears, to get things moving!

Gears ($40 $30!): Antiqued brass gives a bronzed look to this chain necklace. Ornamental gears invoke steampunk style and a Svartalf work ethic. Delicate chain tassels and a single tiny brass bell lend a Victorian air. ~23″ easily shortened, with a beaded-chain clasp. The central gears hang down 4″ from the chain.

This necklace was blessed under the waxing moon at midsummer to help the wearer progress in their goals and efforts.

Eostre's Rabbit Necklace - Closeup

A quartz rabbit for Eostre!

Eostre’s Rabbit ($30 $20!): Pale green, yellow, amber, and iridescent glass invoke the fresh leaves and flowers of spring. A carved clear quartz rabbit pendant bead representing Eostre’s familiar companion. The clasp is an easy-to-use toggle. Hand strung on strong beading cord, with finished ends. ~24″.

This necklace is suitable as a devotional necklace for the Ostara holiday, and goddess[es] who carry the mantle of Spring. It can also be worn as a celebration of rabbits and hares as our animal allies!

Stormy Skies with Dragonfly

Any silver-tone metal charm suits this double-clasped stormy strand.

Stormy Skies ($50 $40!): Blue-grey apatite rounds, faceted smokey quartz, and black stone rounds inscribed with pale spirals, pearl-knotted on strong beading cord with finished ends and two lobster clasps suitable for holding any charm! 18″ without charm. Comes with a silver-tone metal Dragonfly charm.

Wear these beads to honor any god of weather, such as Odin, Thor, Zeus, Oya, or even Holda leading the Wild Hunt.

Deep Water Dance

Red and black coral, for the drama of the deepest waters.

Deep Water Dance (Set: $80 $70!) : Natural black coral sticks and red coral spacers make a striking set. Strung on sturdy Beadalon wire with finished ends. ~19″ and ~8″.

Wear them for the deep water gods like Ran and the 9 Sisters, or for a power who loves the striking contrast of red and black beads, like Ellegua, Pombagira, or the Morrigan.

As always, all prices include shipping for North American buyers. International buyers, we’d need to discuss shipping costs. Payment is via PayPal.

To purchase any of these pieces, email me at EmberOutreach@Gmail.Com with your mailing address, and selection.

–Ember–

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About EmberVoices

Ember Cooke has been a member of Hrafnar and Seidhjallr for more than a decade, where she trained to be a Seidhkona, Galdrakona, and Gythia. She founded the Vanic Conspiracy and made ordination vows to the Vanir and her congregation in the summer of 2013. She has contributed to several publications on Heathen and Northern Pagan subjects and regularly presents rituals and workshops at festivals. Her personal practice is more diverse, as the Vanir have lead her into cross-training and service for the wider Pagan community. This has including medium and servitor training in American Umbanda, clergy training with the Fellowship of the Spiral Path, and jail ministry for local counties. She holds a BA with honors in Religious Studies from Santa Clara University. Ember has lived all her life in the south San Francisco Bay Area, and is intimately bound to the valley of her birth.
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2 Responses to Devotional Jewelry Summer Clearance Sale!

  1. mirron91 says:

    So, I wanted to leave a little review, since I recently purchased the Vanic Spring Necklace from Ember.

    I’ll start by saying that the necklace itself is really beautiful. The stones are lovely, the amber is lovely, I like the little leaves, in general it’s a very lovely necklace. It arrived very carefully wrapped and in a timely manner.

    But I think the real great thing is that Ember is just a generally great person to be around. She has a really kind energy about her, helpful and warm. I originally contacted her to try and get in touch with Freya, and I’m very glad that I did so. The necklace only came about after, but overall? Worth the time and the money. I’d highly recommend if any of the jewelry calls to you for you to grab it while it’s on sale, there is a lot of skill put into their construction.

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