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Anheng Fugl Fønix - Flying Phoenix Pendant (Sterling Silver)


Anheng Fugl Fønix - Flying Phoenix Pendant (Sterling Silver)

Soar to the Heavens Flying Phoenix

Life naturally directs us to challenging curves that will test our physical drives, serene thoughts, and spiritual faiths.

It is in this remarkable moment when we feel encouraged from the ashes of our old selves to the empowering new height of breakthroughs.

We soar high, like the Flying Phoenix, above the divine heavens!

They may defeat you, burn you, insult you, injure you, and abandon you, but they will not, shall not, and cannot destroy you, for you, like Rome, were built on ashes, and you, like a phoenix, know how to resurrect.

Born through Starfire and the Sacred Flame in the eternal cycle of renewal, the phoenix has long been a unique and legendary creature of fantasy celebrated in Peter Stone's phoenix collection of fine sterling silver jewelry.

Also known as the Garuda or Sunbird, it is said to have been the only living creature that could fly into Paradise with having a lifespan of 500 to 1000 years. It manifests the eternal cycle of time and existence, symbolizing the importance of old endings and new beginnings.

The Flying Phoenix heralds the time has come for us to be reborn in mind, body, and spirit when faced with significant and new discoveries in our lives.

Wear the Phoenix with Confidence. Feel the Power, the Strength and the Force it shares.

Fly through the endless miles of inspiration and wonder!  Look up! Look forward, for the past is of no matter now.

Details :

- .925 Sterling Silver, comes with synthetic White Swarovski gemstones

- Pendant size 57 mm.

Dette kjede er et kraftig symbol på gjenfødelse, og viser en vakkert detaljert stigende Phoenix Fire Bird. Dette anhenget er laget av sterkt polert, 925 Sterling Silver og viser utsøkt detaljering og håndverk.

Fugl Føniks er et fabeldyr fra egyptisk mytologi, hvor den er et symbol på gjenfødelsen. Legendene om fugl Føniks finnes også i gresk og romersk mytologi og i kristen ikonografi. Lignende myter gjenfinnes også i mange andre kulturer, som i Kina, Japan og Korea.


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