Where Fashion Meets Mysticism
What if that gorgeous pendant that you’re wearing is intimately connected with an ancient myth? Sounds fascinating don’t it? Here’s presenting another beautiful creation by Lyadhbong – a trend setter in the field of wire jewelry in Kolkata.
The latest creation by Lyadhbong is greatly inspired from the ancient ash tree called Yggdrasil. Also known as the ‘Tree of Life’, Yggdrasil represents the cycle of birth, growth, death and rebirth. This giant mystical tree is said to be covered in white foam and it spreads its branches in all of cosmos. It does not discriminate between any creation – be it god, man, beast or giant. In today’s era of violence, isn’t that we all need, to be like the Yggdrasil tree? Adorning yourself with the Yggdrasil inspired pendant is sure to bring out the best in you.
The new collection of pendants is made up of a healing stone called Sodalite. Also known as ‘Poet’s Stone’, sodalites come in beautiful royal blue shades. It is a powerful healing stone which helps to remove negativity from your life and restores emotional balance. It is also known to boost the immunity system. You can get all these benefits by just wearing an extremely breathtaking pendant! What’s more, sodalite helps you to express your feelings and communicate well. So the next time you want to confess your love for that special person, don’t forget to wear your good luck charm curetted exclusively by Lyadhbong.
Along with Sodalite, distinctive February stone Amethyst has been used. It has a unique purple shade and has been placed wonderfully in the pendants. This stone is still highly prized and is famous for its property to maintain emotional balance. Do you often find yourself swayed by emotions and fail to think logically? If yes, then this fashionable healing stone might just be the perfect option for you. Amethysts are great problem solvers.
The last but the most exotically designed pendant by Lyadhbong represents the melancholy full moon in an appealing shade of pink. The moon is a charming beauty as she lights up the night sky with her romantic aura. But at the same time she is alone and in need of a companion who can match up to her lovely appearance. The ‘Dry Tree’ motif of the pendants represent the sorrows of life, just like a lonely soul who watches the moon through the shioullette of the tree for hours. All these emotions are well captured in the pendants and make for a thoughtful gift item.
If you are fascinated by these mystical tales of the pendants then check out this new collection by Lyadhbong at your earliest. Who knows you may find the answers to your own personal mysteries through one of these beautiful pieces?