Maiden, Mother, Crone Leather Choker

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Color
Crow Black
Buck Brown
Honey Brown
Hunter Green
Strawberry Wine
Cold Blue
Harvest Gold
Storm Grey

This beautiful leather choker is the perfect accessory for a modern-day goddess. The three rings represent the Triple Goddess symbol, of the Maiden, Mother, and Crone. This versatile piece feels right at home at a festival, a ritual, a club night, or everyday wear.

Size:
Adjustable snaps, fits sizes 14" - 16" around the neck

Rune and Bindrune Customization:
See the last photo in this listing for a reference of the Elder Futhark runic alphabet. These runes were used by the ancient Germanic people (and early Viking Age) for recording information and channeling spiritual energy. You can choose up to three runes to personalize your piece, either as separate runes, or as a bindrune. A bindrune is a symbol that is made up of multiple runes, generally used as a symbolic or ritual charm. If you do not specify a rune or bindrune, I will choose one. You can also simply tell me the intended purpose or story of the piece (protection, health, prosperity, courage, etc) and I will choose the Rune or Bindrune best suited to your purpose.

The Triple Goddess Collection:
The Triple Goddess Collection is a collaborative collection created by Marin from Embercraft Creations, Shannon from Maevean Designs, and Alice from Art By Night Studios. It celebrates collective femininity and natural cycles through ancient symbols, and is released in small-batch shop drops. 

While we make every effort to match the colors and product photos shown, no two pieces will be exactly the same. The pieces in this collection are made completely by hand from natural materials, and you can expect variations in color or natural markings which lend to the uniqueness of each piece.

See more of Shannon's work at www.Maevean.com, www.Facebook.com/MaeveanDesigns, and www.Instagram.com/MaeveanDesigns
See more of Alice's work at www.Instagram.com/ArtByNightStudios


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