This pendant is made from porcelain and is presented in a sturdy cardboard gift box on a velvet-like foam. The box contains a descriptive card which has the characteristics of that particular animal, the animal tracks, as well as a small poem in Japanese Haiku format. The pendant comes with a rayon cord that is roughly about 32 inches in length (about 80 cm) which can be adjusted by tying it to the length you desire.
How is the Pendant Made? The designs are fired into clay in a kiln at 2200 degrees Fahrenheit so the design will not peel or wear off. The pendant is smooth, solid and durable with rounded edges. It is made in this way as it allows for a more detailed design than other porcelain pendants.
Designer: Glenn Wolff, Michigan, USA.
The Words on the Card Say:
honey on the wind
sunlight flashing on the wing
Size of Pendant: About 3cm (30 mm) in diameter.
Dictionary Terms Explained
- Joy, life, love
Native Americans regard hummingbirds as sacred and bringers of joy, life and love. Items featuring the symbol are often given as a token of love and to show appreciation, both to friends and partners. When depicted in pairs, the meaning is further enhanced, symbolising devotion, the continuing cycle of life and eternity. A feather from the hummingbird is particularly treasured, as it's said to open the heart.
In Native American communities, where the art of storytelling is held in high regard, tales of encounters with hummingbirds are plentiful. Most tales abound with myths and lessons, aimed at helping people learn. In the case of the hummingbird, they encourage people to open up to others, share in the beauty of life, see joy in everything and everyone, and most of all, to learn to love.
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