Sacred Geometry Pendant
Sterling silver and brass Sacred Geometry Pendant with Asanoha and Flower of Life.
A round pendant with a sterling silver etching of the Asanoha leaf with a frame that has an etching of the Flower of Life pattern in brass.
On the back etched onto silver is the Manifacto logo, with the Hamsa hand and the Platonic Solids.
Meaning of this Sacred Geometry Pendant
The Asanoha is a very popular traditional pattern from Japan. With its basis on an hexagon, it gets its name because it looks like a hemp leaf. “Asa” means hemp and “ha” means leaf. Asanoha can also represent protection from harm or evil spirits.
The Flower of Life, is the basic template for all existence; you can find all geometric forms within it: the sacred geometry shapes like the Platonic Solids, the Metatron’s Cube and the Merkaba. The Flower of Life symbolizes creation and the unity of everything: we are one.
The Hamsa hand is known to bring fortune and fertility in many religions and many cultures, its spiritual meaning is the protection against the evil eye. The Hamsa hand unites the good, dispels the bad, brings about positive energy and thwarts negative energies.
The five Platonic Solids are cosmic solids due to their connection to nature according to Plato. The cube represents the earth, the octahedron represents the air, the tetrahedron represents the fire, the icosahedron represents the water, and the dodecahedron represents the universe.
This is a hand made unique pendant that is 50mm diameter. It hangs on an oxidated sterling siver chain, size 45cm.
It comes in its own black cardboard box for safekeeping.
This Sacred Geometry Pendant is a unique work of art, great as a gift to someone special or to yourself.
Mariana works in a variety of media, in her art, she works with Nature and the elements. Creates works on paper, sculptures and most of the jewelry you will find at Manifacto.
You can also commission a custom made piece, please do contact for more information.
Designed & handmade in Amsterdam by Mariana.
And also her website here!