Originals

Moon Goddess Earrings

€180
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The Moon Goddess designed by Germund Paaer in the 1940's is probably the most iconic among the Kalevala Jewelry Classics. The spiral motifs on these silver earrings symbolize the circle of life, and the little tinkling charms cast out evil spirits. Also available in gold and bronze. Also available in smaller size.

Details and sizing

Weight: 0.013 kg
Article number: 2603031k
Material: Silver
Weight: 0.013 kg
Article number: 2603031k
Material: Silver
Content
Content

Moon Goddess

Moon Goddess, fair maiden, ruler of the night sky. Moon Goddess spins golden yarn, holding the spirals of eternal life in her arms. With her tinkling charms, like the golden rays of the moon, she casts away evil thoughts and lights up the world and the mind. Moon Goddess, the best-known Kalevala Classic was inspired by the most beautiful details and ornaments of Viking Age jewelry. Moon Goddess, named after the Kalevala, was designed by Germund Paaer in the 1940's.

Design Germund Paaer

Moon Goddess

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