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Vesica Pisces - sterling silver

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€89,00 Incl. tax
Article number: STR015
Availability: In stock (5)
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Silver Vesica Pisces Ring.

Ring width: 15 mm
Ring thickness below: 1.5 mm

The ring is made in the desired size, which you give us.

If the ring is not in stock, then waiting for this silver Vesica Pisces Ring is more than worth it and your patience will certainly be rewarded.


This symbol can be found in Glastonbury, England, where it closes the pit of the Chalice source.

The outer circle represents the Universe, within which everything is enclosed. The upper inner circle is the spiritual immaterial. The lower circle represents the material world. These overlap and this means that these worlds cannot be viewed separately. This combination creates a space that is called Pisces (fish), also known as Mandorla. The perpendicular masculine line in the middle stands for the lance or the sword and symbolizes the will and the mind.
However, it is not certain whether the Vesica Pisces has anything to do with the Celts. The 'Vesica Pisces' was in classical antiquity the symbol of the initiates in the mysteries of Pythagoras. It was later taken over by the Christians, as a symbol for Jesus, the Ichtus. The fish symbol is created by having two equal circles intersect. Behind that is complicated mathematical symbolism, characteristic of the Pythagoreans.
The Vesica Pisces symbol was also used by the Cathars in the 12th and 13th centuries.

The silver Vesica Pisces Ring can be combined with earrings or a matching pendant.

Reviews (1)
Seppe L. 02-09-2019 21:32

Prachtig!
Past perfect, zalig om zo'n harmonisch symbool te dragen.
Verzorgde verpakking & verzending.

5 stars based on 1 reviews
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