From Mother Eagle’s Familiars.
...The symbol of the moon gazing hare is an almost universal symbol of fertility and dates back to ancient times. The hare is always an attribute of lunar deities. The moon-gazing hare was especially important to early Britons. Chinese moon gazing hares were thought of as gazing up at what he sees as his ancient ancestor, the Moon rabbit in the moon...
This is a gorgeous hand-embroidered Moon-lit Hare in shades of periwinkle blue set into a silvered pendant. The Hare is stitched in 100% cotton and the piece worked on to fine vintage cotton, which has been lightly dyed using organic tea, giving a lovely, antiqued mottle.
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It is mounted into a high quality silver tone pendant and measures 55mm x 40mm in size and hangs on a 27” silver plated chain with sturdy silverplated lobster clasp. It is a classic setting for an unusual composition.
Your unique pendant will come beautifully gift-wrapped as standard, free of charge. Perfect to give to someone special, or to unwrap for your very own.
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