Our unique, handmade jewelry acts as the perfect reminder to make peace with the past and look forward to what lies ahead.
The ebb and flow of life
Chandra is the sanskrit word for the moon: a force that controls the tides, the waters, and the seasons. The crescent moon is one of the oldest symbols known to humanity, supporting new beginnings, helping us overcome trials and tribulations, and catalyzing dreams into reality.
The Chandra necklace.
The Chandra ring.
The Chandra necklace paired here with the Celestia necklace from our new star-shaped Celestia Collection.
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Rise from the mud, unstained
The Confucian scholar, Zhou Dunyi, wrote: "I love the lotus because while growing from mud, it is unstained."
Representing more than just elegance, beauty, and perfection, ancient Egyptians viewed the lotus as a symbol of rebirth. Every night the lotus flower retracts into the water only to emerge again with each new morning.
The Lotus ring.
Double up on new beginnings: the Lotus necklace pairs beautifully with the Chandra necklace.
Shed and renew
Through the shedding of its skin, the snake goes through a continuous process of rebirth, transformation, and healing. It has become a symbol of continuous renewal in life. Similar to the snake, we, too, are able to shed our illusions and limitations; our beliefs and habits; our past.
This is called growth.
Make a statement with the Kali ring.
Embrace your freedom
In meditation the eagle is said to represent opportunity and guardianship, while in some Aboriginal cultures, the eagle is seen as a source of revitalization, creation, and healing. Soaring high in the sky, the eagle holds a different perspective from those of us with our feet planted firmly on the ground.