This hand-carved and cast pendant is Ken Fury's original version of the crescent symbol. It is inspired by his New Mexican Hispanic and Indigenous heritage, which dates back to the time when the Spanish introduced the symbol to the Southwest. The crescent became an iconic symbol that was integrated into Indigenous and Hispanic jewelry, often referred to as "Naja." The symbol represents the crescent moon and has been used by various cultures throughout history, including the Moors and Spanish, who used it on their horse's bridles as a powerful talisman for protection. The crescent symbol is also interpreted as a symbol of fertility, with its center representing a child in the womb. Today, this ancient symbol continues evolving as it travels to new regions, with each person adding their own interpretation and meaning to it.
Available in Sterling Silver, 10K, and 14K Solid Yellow or White Gold.
The pendant is a substantial piece, weighing roughly 15.79 grams in Sterling Silver, 17.70 grams in 10K, and 19.90 grams in 14K Solid White or Yellow Gold.
Pendant size: 40 mm x 29 mm
This pendant is made to order. Please allow 1-2 weeks for delivery.
A 20-inch sterling silver chain is available as an option only with the sterling silver pendant. The gold pendants come with a sterling silver chain.