Pomegranate necklace

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The Original Pomegranate Pendant Available in Gold or Silver! The product is my own design and production. My pictures are my own. This Listing is for a Pomegranate Necklace with Garnet Cubic Zirconia in 18k Gold Plating. The Pomegranate sits on a Gold Plated Stainless Steel Chain. This Necklace was inspired by my research into the designs of jewellery collections found in the Ottoman Palace. These gorgeous minimalist pomegranates are made out of brass by using the lost cast wax method…

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The 2nd book of the 'What If...' series🖤 /A romantic novel with some features of a dystopia close to reality/ The door of a new life is closed to Vivian by Aiden's unilateral decision. Is she ready to put up with the course of events written for her by other people this time, or will she fight for herself and her right to choose? Whichever way she goes, it's important to remember that the Universe always has its own plans, and sometimes they can be full of darkness and pain. What If Just…

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In Greek Mythology The Goddess Of Springtime, Persephone, Was Kidnapped By Hades, God Of The Underworld. When She Was In The Underworld, Persephone Ate Six Pomegranate Seeds, Which Tied Her To Hades. Because Of This, Persephone Had To Spend Six Months Of The Year Down In The Underworld. Besides Being A Symbol Of The Goddess Persephone, The Pomegranate Is A Symbol Of Fertility And Fidelity, And Was Also The Crest Of The Great Katherine Of Aragon. Celebrate The Goddess Persephone, With This Handma Greek Mythology, Aragon, Mythology Jewelry, Persephone Greek Goddess, Greek Goddess, Amethyst Necklace, Gemstone Necklace Pendant, Goddess, Cultured Pearl Necklace

In Greek Mythology The Goddess Of Springtime, Persephone, Was Kidnapped By Hades, God Of The Underworld. When She Was In The Underworld, Persephone Ate Six Pomegranate Seeds, Which Tied Her To Hades. Because Of This, Persephone Had To Spend Six Months Of The Year Down In The Underworld. Besides Being A Symbol Of The Goddess Persephone, The Pomegranate Is A Symbol Of Fertility And Fidelity, And Was Also The Crest Of The Great Katherine Of Aragon. Celebrate The Goddess Persephone, With This…

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