Mermaids appear in folklore in cultures around the world: Depictions of humans with the tails of fish appear in Mesopotamian artwork, with the first known mermaid stories appearing in Assyria c. 1000 BC. In Chinese mythology dating to the 4th century BC, mermaids weep tears that become pearls. In Scandinavian folklore, a fisherman who performs favors for a mermaid earns the privilege of asking her three questions.
Spiritually, mermaids symbolize the revitalization that water brings, as water is vital to life and growth. This pendant features a beautiful mythological aquatic creature surrounded by real opal “bubbles”.
- Available in Stainless Steel chain with Rhodium Plated Brass Pendant
- Available in Stainless Steel chain and Brass Pendant both plated in 18K Yellow Gold
- 20in Chain + 2in Extension Chain
Mermaid , opal’s this piece is so beautiful. When you open the box it truly makes you want to put on that cute sun dress and head to the beach. Of course don’t forget to put necklace on. Can’t wait to get the matching earrings. Highly recommend .
My new Mermaid necklace swiftly swam it's way into my dark heart. So delicate, so enchanting, so mysterious. I've caught many people looking at it while I'm wearing it. The hypnotic power of this piece is undeniable. Purchase your own before it swims out of your reach and enjoy the power of the siren.