Sunlight and Laurel: Devotional Necklace for Apollon


For Apollon, Lord of light, music, healing, and prophecy: a bay leaf pendant rendered in black oxidized brass, on a strand of genuine Baltic amber chips alternating with fire-polished smoky topaz/blue Czech glass crystals, electroplated orange/peach Czech glass crystals, and flame-blue hematite spacers. A necklace to catch the sunlight and reflect Apollon’s radiance! Wear this in His honor, or place it on His shrine as a special offering.

Amber is one of Apollon’s primary gemstones in the UPG/widely held belief of many of His devotees. A fossilized tree resin, millions of years old, it endows the wearer with protection and healing, clears negative energy, and assists with manifestation.

The beads are strung on 49-strand professional quality Accuflex beading wire, which is soft-drape clear-coated stainless steel. The necklace measures 19 1/2 inches, with the pendant measuring about 1 3/4 inches by 3/4 inch. It fastens with an easy-to-work antiqued bronze lobster claw clasp.

The necklace is $80, however I do accept layaway, and would be happy to set up a payment plan for you if you really love this but it would be more convenient to pay for it over two or three installments. Just get in touch with me and we’ll make the arrangements!


8 thoughts on “Sunlight and Laurel: Devotional Necklace for Apollon

  1. Wow, this devotional necklace is gorgeous! Nice and brilliant and I’m sure it will light up anyone’s day and devotional practice when it catches and radiates the energy of sunlight. Or at least that’s how it looks anyway, nice and easy on the eyes.

  2. Not just in UPG, I cannot recall the specific source, but there is an ancient text relating the myth of amber being t he tears of Apollon when he first exiled himself to Hyperborea. But yeah many of his followers give a particular importance to the fossil resin *grin*. Beautiful necklace!

  3. Ha found a source: Apollonios Rhodios, he says that it is a declaration made by the Celts. However it is more probable that it was a commonly understood version that was believed to have been said by the Celtics, as it is pretty dubious that he personally was informed by Celts on the matter.

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