Your destiny awaits in the form of these timeless tarot tiles depicting your every yearning and embodying all key principles core to our human lives. Ancient perception has it that each tile channels your every desire, so set your soul essence free to guide your choice. It may be that in discovering all of your many dilemmas, you may just embrace more than one of these beauties!
The Three of Swords encourages resolution and healing after sorrow in your life journey.
Designed from a mixture of original drawings by the designer, as well as classical decks by Jean Francois Alliette and Brian Williams, each card is engraved on both sides and is hand-oxidized to bring out their etchings. The reverse side of each card portrays the sun and waxing and waning moons.
THREE OF SWORDS
A sacred heart, symbolic of emotion and beauty, suspended in the air, is pierced by three swords. The swords represent power and the ability to cut through difficult times. The Three of Swords is a card reflective of a strength that comes from pain and sorrow – lessons learned and hearts mended. The Three of Swords serves as a reminder that pain is a learning opportunity, and all wounds heal with time. Remove your heart from a place of darkness, pull the swords from it and mend it with care and time. Allow yourself to release and cleanse yourself of sorrow and negative emotions so as to continue on your destiny and the ability to move forward with your life.
Made by hand in our studio, 14K Gold Vermeil
- 14k yellow gold vermeil plated
- Sterling silver base
- Pendant 22 x 11 mm
- Chain length 16" + 2" extender
Care Instructions: Gold Vermeil & Gold Plated
Your jewelry is designed to withstand the normal rigors of modern life,
To extend the life of your gold-plated and vermeil jewelry, avoid wearing when washing hands, showering, applying lotion, using harsh cleaning supplies, or working out. To clean, buff gently with a soft and dry 100% cotton cloth or a microfiber cloth. Do not use jewelry cleaner on gold-plated jewelry.
For 100% accurate ring sizing, we recommend visiting a jeweler. Any professional jeweler will be able to help you nd your perfect ring size.METHOD 2
1 Tear up a strip of paper (book pages are vetoed, you know how much we love them)
2 Wrap the paper snug around your finger, make sure it's nice and tight and mark the spot where it meets
3 Measure the distance with a ruler (in mm); that's your finger's circumference
*If you are between sizes, we recommend sizing up to the nearest full size. For example, if you are a 6.5, size up to a 7.
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PRO TIPS FOR MEASURING
MEASURE END OF DAY
Fingers tend to swell throughout the day, so it's better to measure in the evening.
THICK BANDS FEEL TIGHT
Beware that thicker rings feel tighter than thinner ones. You may want to choose a size up for thicker bands.
Who likes cold hands? Not us, since the cold can shrink your fingers (and therefore your hard-earned measurements)