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Metal pendant intertwined hearts 15x18x2 mm hole 2 mm color old silver - 6 pieces

SKU: 126507
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Metal pendant in the shape of a pair of hearts

From time immemorial, metal has been one of the most widely used materials in the art of jewelry. A metal bead can give the bracelet an antique look or make the earring shine when touched by the sun’s rays. The great variety of metal beads is due to the different metal alloys, the way they are made, as well as their purpose. The metal allows a variety of textures and polishes and numerous subtleties in tinting. It carries the energy of intellect, healing and creativity. It is a source of concentration and determination and helps ideas and concepts to crystallize. Metal pendants, in their many decorative or symbolic forms, often become talismans. They can decorate not only jewelry but also other types of accessories or souvenirs. There is no limit to the imagination and hence to the application of metal pendants.

SYMBOLISM of the heart - The heart is a symbol that has always occupied a central place in the mysticism, religion and poetry of all peoples. It embodies the human essence. In speech, all experiences, emotional, mental and spiritual, are embodied in expressions related to the heart. But the heart is most clearly present as a symbol of love, perhaps precisely because love is the deepest essence of every human being.

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