Akirah Charm Necklace

Akirah Charm Necklace
Akirah Charm NecklaceAkirah Charm Necklace
$ 336.00

INTENTION

Akirah means 'hereafter' or 'what comes next' in Arabic- a representation of the sweet feeling of reaching a goal or destination after struggle. These earrings feature 3 tiers of graduating spirals, with the bottom-most housing 7 overlaps. In theology, the number 3 is said to represent trial. In many theological traditions 7 is a significant number representing the day of rest (Sunday), 7 chakras, 7 colors of the rainbow, notes a musical scale, 7 deadly sins (or carnal states to tame/master), and 7 heavens. The common denominator I've perceived here are states of being- with 7 being a representation of completion or completeness. This number was the perfect numerical expression (in my mind) of 'akirah'.


My intention for the Akirah Earrings are to serve as a reminder of your 'hereafter' after your hard work, dedication, and struggle to advance.


-Shayba

DESCRIPTION


This brass charm necklace features playful spirals suspended from a handcrafted link chain. The dangle style has an old-world feel, taking inspiration from the Berber coin necklaces of Morocco.



DETAILS


  • 18” length
  • Solid brass
  • Handcrafted chain
  • Artisan quality



SHIPPING


This piece is fabricated by hand in St. Louis, MO using domestically-sourced, durable solid brass. Because this piece is made to order, please allow 7-14 days for delivery.


Free shipping on orders over $75.

Akirah Charm Necklace

Akirah Charm Necklace
$ 336.00
Akirah Charm NecklaceAkirah Charm Necklace

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INTENTION

Akirah means 'hereafter' or 'what comes next' in Arabic- a representation of the sweet feeling of reaching a goal or destination after struggle. These earrings feature 3 tiers of graduating spirals, with the bottom-most housing 7 overlaps. In theology, the number 3 is said to represent trial. In many theological traditions 7 is a significant number representing the day of rest (Sunday), 7 chakras, 7 colors of the rainbow, notes a musical scale, 7 deadly sins (or carnal states to tame/master), and 7 heavens. The common denominator I've perceived here are states of being- with 7 being a representation of completion or completeness. This number was the perfect numerical expression (in my mind) of 'akirah'.


My intention for the Akirah Charm Necklace is to serve as a reminder of your 'hereafter' after your hard work, dedication, and struggle to advance.


-Shayba

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