Garnet Little Lilith Necklace
Introducing the newest member to the world of Lilith Æternal - the Little Lilith Necklace - now available with your choice of garnet or amethyst!
This piece was carved by Alex’s daughter Lily, combining multiple ancient symbols into one powerful emblem.
This unique version of the symbol of Lilith is comprised of a Crescent Moon and Guiding Star, which hold a brilliant gemstone aloft.
The Little Lilith choker necklace is suspended on a 16" diamond-cut chain, a type of chain that is specifically faceted to add a bit of extra sparkle.
Garnet - wonderfully mysterious stone often associated with the color red. In actuality, garnet species are found in every color, with several new blends discovered in East Africa over the last 50 years. Scientists even believe there are still possible variations yet to be discovered. Garnet's name is derived from the latin word for Pomegranate, and is thus often associated with Persephone, wife of Hades and ruling goddess of the Underworld. Some garnets are said to shine from within, as if they possess an internal light. A sensual and powerful stone, the garnet is said to bring a fiery courage and protection to its wearer.
It is our hope that this little necklace will harness these valuable properties of healing and strength for you along your journey, wherever it may take you.
To embrace Lilith is to harness the power of the darkness within.
To order this necklace with a different chain length or stone option, feel free to shoot us an email at info@AlexStreeter.com - we would love to make it for you!
Sterling silver 3/4" Pendant
16" Diamond-cut sterling silver chain
More about Lilith...
Lilith - A figure condemned by many, venerated by the few. According to various ancient Hebraic texts, Lilith was Adam’s partner before the creation of Eve. Born of the same flesh as Adam, Lilith refused to submit to her husband’s will and thus was relegated to the underworld, where she flourished and became an arch-demon.
Today Lilith remains a controversial figure - a symbol of female strength and divine power whose mysterious origins may stretch back even further to Mesopotamia and the dawn of civilization...