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Langit Pt. 2: Ang Panahon

     Langit Pt. 2 continues to explore the stories of the celestial gods of the Visayan mythological pantheon, this time the gods associated with the weather, 'panahon'. The collection first debuted in 2021 and just got a major update. Shop all the new designs now!

Moonrise Earrings

Php7 700.00
Moonlight and twinkling starlight to adorn your ears!
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The Story:

Moonbeams & starlight abound in these shimmery earrings inspired by another Filipino origin myth about the sun and moon, and why we have the day and night:

Once the sun, Araw, and the moon, Buwan, each had large families of stars. Buwan was afraid her children could not survive Araw’s heat, and so (bizarrely) she convinced him that they should both destroy their stars. Araw devoured his, but Buwan hid her stars behind the clouds. Araw was angered by this deception and has since been chasing Buwan to exact his revenge. It is said that eclipses happen when Araw is close enough to Buwan to bite her. At dawn Buwan hides her stars until her eldest daughter, Tala, the evening star, tells her mother the sun is far away and it is safe to come out.

Artist Notes: The Moonrise Earrings just got an update with Japanese Delica glass beads, which give these earrings a beautiful tapestry-like effect with its new galaxy pattern!

Size: Drops 7 cm.

Materials: Glass seed beads, waxed thread, stainless steel posts and backs. Stainless steel findings make these safe for sensitive ears.

Made to order. Please allow up to 2 to 4 weeks for production for made to order items.

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