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itty bitty kepler 407 // garnet & sterling silver necklace - Peacock & Lime , the original Peacock and Lime boho jewelry
itty bitty kepler 407 // garnet & sterling silver necklace - Peacock & Lime , the original Peacock and Lime boho jewelry
itty bitty kepler 407 // garnet & sterling silver necklace - Peacock & Lime , the original Peacock and Lime boho jewelry
itty bitty kepler 407 // garnet & sterling silver necklace - Peacock & Lime , the original Peacock and Lime boho jewelry
itty bitty kepler 407 // garnet & sterling silver necklace - Peacock & Lime , the original Peacock and Lime boho jewelry

itty bitty Kepler 407 // garnet & sterling silver necklace

Regular price $26.00

A little guiding light ‚ú®ūüĆô

This itty bitty boho garnet necklace features a tiny (6mm) garnet charm attached to a dainty 18" sterling silver chain necklace.

Kepler- 407 is a star that can be located in the constellation of Draco. It has a high concentration of silicon, and as a result, has an abundance of garnet in it's stiff upper mantle.

A stone of commitment, red garnet is thought to represent love.  It is used to revitalize feelings - bringing warmth, devotion, understanding, trust, sincerity and honesty to a relationship.  Garnet is thought to help control anger, especially toward the self, and is used to help strengthen ones survival instinct, bringing courage and hope.

Garnet is also considered a protective talisman .

In ancient history, travelers wore garnet gemstones because they were believed to light up the night and provide protection from nightmares and accidents. Even the animals on Noah's Ark can thank the large garnet stone for providing the only light on their journey and guiding them safely to land.

 

Long been thought of as a traveler's stone - a garnet is often gifted to a loved one before they embark on travel, to help illuminate their way. 

 

This little necklace goes with pretty much anything, and is also one of the birthstones for January.



Did you know? ...

"The deep, glossy red color of garnet resembles the seeds of a pomegranate, which is perhaps why its name is derived from the Latin word granatum, meaning pomegranate seed."

"Legend has it that Hades gifted a pomegranate to Persephone before she left his domain to ensure a speedy and safe return. When she did return, the fruit transformed into a handful of the red gemstones."