Ursa major 'big bear' silver and labradorite constellations layered pendant set
Ursa major - big bear - silver constellations talisman pendant - handmade in Thames Ditton, Surrey
Silver Ursa Major & labradorite constellations layered pendant
Handmade silver constellation talisman pendant set - Ravetta Designs
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  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Ursa major - big bear - silver constellations talisman pendant - handmade in Thames Ditton, Surrey
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Silver Ursa Major & labradorite constellations layered pendant

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The perfect jewellery gift for a stargazer, the celestial jewellery set features a handmade silver Big Bear animal constellation talisman and a bezel set tiny labradorite gemstone.

Inspired by Greek mythology, this unique jewellery set has a timeless design with a thoughtful narrative.

  • 999 fine silver constellation talisman coin pendant, 2.5cm in diameter

  • Labradorite pendant measures 7mm

  • 925 Sterling silver curb chain 18 inches

One of the best known constellations in the night sky - The Big Bear or Ursa Major, this silver constallations talisman is a beautiful reminder that no matter the distance we are from a loved one, we are all under the same stars.

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Katherine
Perfect

Gift for my best friend who lives in America. She was really pleased and said it arrived beautifully packaged.

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CeCe
Love this gorgeous necklace

I will be returning for more!


Did you know?

  1. Ursa Major constellation lies in the northern sky. Its name means “the great bear,” or “the larger bear,” in Latin.
  2. Ursa Major is the third largest constellation in the sky, occupying an area of 1280 square degrees. It is located in the second quadrant of the northern hemisphere (NQ2) and can be seen at latitudes between +90° and -30°.
  3. Ursa Major or the Great Bear’s tail forms the big dipper and is easy to spot on a clear Winters night.