We will be donating 20% of every order to the Madrid Food Bank, they help to provide and distribute food to the most vulnerable ones. Read more

Pre-Order  |  The Phoenix's Tears Bracelet Double
Pre-Order  |  The Phoenix's Tears Bracelet Double
Pre-Order  |  The Phoenix's Tears Bracelet Double
Pre-Order  |  The Phoenix's Tears Bracelet Double
Pre-Order  |  The Phoenix's Tears Bracelet Double
Pre-Order  |  The Phoenix's Tears Bracelet Double
Pre-Order  |  The Phoenix's Tears Bracelet Double
Pre-Order  |  The Phoenix's Tears Bracelet Double

Pre-Order | The Phoenix's Tears Bracelet Double

Regular price
€285,00
Sale price
€285,00
Free Shipping !
Quantity must be 1 or more

Pre-Order: The craftsmanship time takes and estimate of 2/3 weeks before shipping. Due to Covid-19, the production may suffer delays; as soon as the pieces are ready, we will let you know.

Please contact hello@santavanitas.com for any further information. Thank you very much for your patience.

Details:

The Phoenix's Tears Bracelet Double Chain is handcrafted in Cordoba, South of Spain from 925 sterling silver or 18Kt gold-plated 925 silver with 3 microns & beads of cultivated Keshi pearls.
Please note, each pearl is completely unique and tells their own story, so they may vary in shape and size.

Charm Measurements:
24mm length
23mm width
Total length of the bracelet is 20cm

Story
The Phoenix is one of the most ancient figures of mythology and has analogues in many different cultures. The phoenix obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor. It symbolises rebirth and resurrection.

From the Ancient Greek folklore to the later European culture, passing through the Asian mythology until today, its figure is summoned to evoke the power of resilience. As a powerful spiritual totem, the Phoenix is the ultimate symbol of strength and renewal.

The legend tells that its tears can heal any wound.

‘The Phoenix’s Tears’ bracelet is made of pearls beads (pearls symbolises tears) protected by a chain from which hangs a charm depicting a Phoenix being reborn from its ashes.
The iconography of the pendant is inspired from a detail of the 12th century Aberdeen Bestiary.

As the Phoenix, may we all learn to rise in a stronger and wiser version of ourselves.