MG Chalice Pendant (Nebula)
Manufacturer: Peter Stone Jewellery
Made from: Nebula (See below for more details)
Product Code: PPD1122
Dictionary Terms Explained
- The New Silver
Peter Stone's exclusive Nebula Collection is a value-priced alternative to silver for the cost-conscious consumer. This patented new semi-precious metal is created to meet Peter Stone's high quality standards and each piece of the Nebula Collection is crafted with the same attention to detail as their silver jewellery line.
With the same highly-polished look as Sterling Silver, but at a considerably lower cost, Nebula helps to make Peter Stone's stunning designs more affordable and just as inspiring!
How it's Crafted
Nebula is a tin based semi-precious metal alloyed with other non-toxic metals, such as zinc, for incredible strength and luster. Nebula is nickel and lead free as well as hypo-allergenic. Each batch of molten metal is also blessed by 9 Thai Monks and charged with two key crystals. Earring hooks are made of sterling silver.
Chalice / Goblet / Cup
- Love, purity, spirit
The chalice or cup is one of the most universal symbols across many of the great religions and traditions. So as such it is difficult in such a short space to describe what a cup or goblet represents as it may differ from person to person. But I think it is true to say that the cup / chalice / goblet for many represents life, love, and total immersion in spirituality and sacred bliss. The cup comes to represent our baptism into a life that is more than just matter and what we can see just with our eyes. It is an acknowledgement that life is a wondrous existence in which spirit fills matter and gives us meaning.
In the Christian tradition the cup contains the blood of Christ (consecrated wine) from which everyone drinks. In the Tarot the Ace of Cups contains water and symbolises love and purity and the heart chakra. Also in the legend of the Holy Grail it is Sir Galahad who is the one who is found worthy due to his purity of heart. In some beliefs “water is life” so when we drink from a cup or chalice we are drinking life.
In Wiccan traditions a chalice or goblet is used to represent the feminine aspect in rituals, toasting the Goddess or God. Again in ceremony the drinking of blessed wine allows this power to pass into our bodies. We are one with the sacred. Often in Wiccan traditions the Chalice is used in combination with the Athame (a ceremonial knife) which represents the male principal.
Delivery Price & Returns Policy
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Return - In good condition within 60 days for full refund. More info