The Moon and star symbol are one of the first in human history. The first accounts I have found are from ancient Sumeria (4500 BC to 1900 BC).
The Moon and star were also found in ancient Greece, representing the moon goddesses Luna and Artemis. The crescent pointing upward to the star above the Moon represents virginity and Female chastity.
The Ottoman Empire used the crescent moon, which dropped out of general usage until the 1830s when it started to appear on a slant and was a traditional gift for a woman to receive on her Honeymoon. It was popular in jewelry through the Edwardian age (1901-1914)
The crescent moon and star nowadays symbolize the spirituality of female empowerment of Luna and Artemis. Change is also part of this symbol, changing the phases of the Moon and the rhythm of the tides. The star represents a direction or guidance.
One ¼ inch across, very light at 8 grams, the gemstones, two of them in the star, can be the same or any combination of the following. We can do special orders on stones.
All stones are Cubit Zerconium but In different colors: Green, White, Yellow, Pink, dark blue, London Blue, Moonstone, and a Mystic stone of many colors.
We are a manufacturer of many things cast from Britannia, or some call it “Silver pewter.” It’s a small amount of silver in it. I like it because no problematic Britannia can be polished to a high sterling silver appearance, or it can be brushed, patinaed, or highlighted with enamel. We use enamel paint or UV-activated paint. Acrylics are wonderful. It’s not possible to use the fired enamel process. The Britannia would melt.
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