Handcrafted from an antique wax seal from late 1800 England, this talisman features beehives with bees flying all around. The beehive symbolizes a well-governed industry, secrets, steadfastness, and obedience.
In medieval heraldry it was considered a symbol of industry. In modern times, it is used in Freemasonry. In masonic lectures it is explained as a symbol of industry and co-operation, and as cautioning against intellectual laziness, warning that "he that will so demean himself as not to be endeavoring to add to the common stock of knowledge and understanding, may be deemed a drone in the hive of nature, a useless member of society, and unworthy of our protection as Masons."
The fine silver talismen hang from sterling silver French hooks as translucent citrine teardrops dangle freely from the bottom of each charm like drops of honey. These earrings measure just over 1 ¼” from the top of the French hooks to the bottom of the stone. Stone colors and size will vary.
Each piece of jewelry from The Silver Acorn comes packaged in a tasteful gift box with a meaning card ready for gift-giving.
Handcrafted in my studio in Spokane, Washington, each symbolic wax seal item from The Silver Acorn is hand-stamped in reclaimed fine silver or bronze and will be slightly different and uniquely yours.
Handcrafted from an antique wax seal from early 1800 France, this talisman features a heart which is a universal symbol for love. These fine silver earrings measure approximately 3/4” from the top of the sterling silver French hooks to the bottom...
Handcrafted from a medieval wax seal stamp and a vintage wax seal stamp, this talisman features a medieval Maltese cross with a fleur-de-lis charm hanging below.The fleur-de-lis carries much symbolism including political and religious symbolism, especially in French heraldry. The symbolism of...
Handcrafted from a medieval wax seal from the 12th-13th century, this talisman represents Christ's command to spread the Gospel around the world, a mission that started in Jerusalem. It was part of the coat of arms of the short-lived Jerusalem...