Call forth the energy of self love and protection with this carefully curated kit. It includes a corked glass jar of rose petals, a lily of the valley (DO NOT CONSUME - POISONOUS IF INGESTED) dried specimen jar from flowers I foraged myself in New England woods, a polished natural quartz hexagon, a glass corked jar of natural pyrite cubes, a Victorian era floral crescent moon dish with rare lily of the valley and rose motif, and a pink glass bottle for essential oils or potions. Perfect for adding to your altar or sacred space, use in rituals, or adorning the trinket-filled nooks and crannies of your home, these altar kits contain a little bit of magick for everyone. See below for some uses and correspondences of each item.
-- Details -- Dish measures 6 1/2 inches tall. Please note that this is an antique and may have normal signs of use. Pink rose petals in a glass jar with cork. Lily of the valley in glass jar with cork. Do not consume, all parts of this plant are poisonous if ingested. Natural pyrite cubes and clear quartz (1 1/2 inches tall). Glass bottle and stopper. Please note this stopper rests inside the bottle, it isn't an airtight seal. You will receive the pictured items.
-- Uses & Correspondences --
Pink is the color of self love. It promotes personal success and harmony.
Rose petals promote attraction, luck, and love, and ward off the evil eye.
Lily of the valley symbolizes a return to happiness. It boasts an intoxicating aroma and magical appearance, and protects these qualities with poison. All parts of this plant are poisonous if ingested, reminding us to protect ourselves.
Pyrite is a highly protective stone that repels negativity and enhances mental strength.
Clear quartz is the master healer. It can be used in place of any other crystal, or to amplify the energies of crystals, herbs, or any other ritual element. It is cleansing and protective.
These antique crescent shaped dishes were meant to hold bones discarded during a meal. Their shape allowed them to curve around the main plate, and they were considered essential to any Victorian-era dinner spread. But to me, they serve a much more enchanting purpose than bone receptacles. Perfect for holding jewelry, crystals, dried flowers, or adding potent symbolism to your home, they doubly evoke the power of the seasons. Their crescent shape alludes to waxing and waning, the cycle of life and death, and our ever-changing personal phases, while their floral patterns remind us of the abundance that comes from growth, and the fertility that is possible even after the most barren of times.
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*As with all handmade jewelry, my pieces are delicate and should not be worn during strenuous activity or in water. Please take care to remove all pieces while swimming, bathing, washing hands, playing sports, etc.