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Feather Earrings

Peacock Feather Earrings, beaded, lavender purple.

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This great pair of Peacock Feather Earrings is a treasure! So elegant and eye catching, handmade with natural feathers and glass beads on a stainless steel ear wire. Delicately beaded feathers dangling in glistening iridescent shades of the natural tail feather make a surprisingly gorgeous set of earrings. Great for people with sensitivity to metals! Hand selected feathers carefully combined with glass beads strung onto the feathers create a perfectly weighted set on stainless ear wires, they dangle perfectly with a shimmer and feel luscious on.

Measures: approximately 3 1/2 inches long x 2 inches wide.

Materials: natural peacock feathers, glass beads, stainless steel.

Fits regular pierced ears.

Very light weight.

Beautiful, bold and fine, like you.

Feather Earrings | Peacock

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PEACOCK EARRINGS

Earrings of peacock feathers represent pride, and by extension, nobility and glory. Their feathers a symbol of incorruptibility and immortality.

The iridescent blue-green and gold hues of the peacock feather shimmer in the sun. Peacock make excellent animal totems for many reasons. Their energy stimulates sexuality, encourages creativity, and enhances energy. Alchemist thought the fan of the peacock (cauda pavonis) is associated with certain texts and images that are useful in turning base metals into gold.

Peacocks belong to the family Phasianidae and the Order Gallifromes. Their Latin name is Pavo Crisatus.

Their feathers are easy to collect, because they lose them, each year, during molting season.

Meanings of your Peacock Earrings Feather

In Feng Shui: Stunning in its beauty, the Peacock is considered the manifestation of the celestial Phoenix on earth. Its mesmerizing colors and the thousand eyes look on its tail is considered to promote fame luck in feng shui, as well as enhance one protection and awareness. Of course, such a stunningly beautiful bird as peacock will also symbolize beauty and the feelings of love and attraction, thus the image of peacock or the peacock feathers are often recommended in feng shui as a love cure for single people to help attract the desired mate.

Egypt: It sometimes accompanies Isis.

• In Egyptian, Greek, and Roman mythology, the peacock feathers were considered all seeing. The Egyptian myth about Argus is an example. Argus was a traitor to Osiris. In Osiris absence, Argus locked Isis (wife of Osiris) in his castle and then proclaimed himself King. When Osiris returned he learned of the ambitions of Argus, and the kidnapping of his beloved wife. Argus had spies everywhere, in the Kingdom of Osiris. A cure was placed upon Argus that from that day forward he would be a peacock and all his spies would be the peafowl eyes. These eyes were placed in the bird tail.

Ancient Greek Meanings

In ancient Greece, the peacock was the patron bird of the goddess Hera. According to myth, she placed eyes on its feathers, symbolizing all-seeing knowledge and the wisdom of the heavens.

Greek: The emblem of the bird-god Phaon. Associated with Hera, who is credited with scattering the Argus Eyes over its tail.

Hindu Meanings

Hindu mythology associates peacocks with the god Lakshmi. The feathers thus represent his qualities: kindness, patience and good fortune.

Hindu: The myth is that the peacock feathers are angels feathers. It is the horse of Saraswati, goddess of wisdom and learning. It is also, sometimes, a vehicle of Lakshmi and of Brahma. When it is mounted by Kama, god of love, it represents desire. Hindu gurus are fond of using peacock feathers to deliver shaktipat to their disciples.

• The peacock is the bird of Krishna and he wore peacock feathers in his hair.

• Shiva sons both rode peacocks.

• For over 4,000 years peacocks graced temples, because of their snake eating ability.

• In the western world, the peacock was referred to as a slayer of serpents. The shimmering colors of his tail feathers were explained by his supposed ability to transform snake venom into solar iridescence.

• Saraswati, goddess of poetry, music, and wisdom also rode a peacock.

• The Goddess Saraswati rides a peacock.

• Indra sits on a peacock throne.

China: Its feather is an attribute of the goddess Kwan-yin

• In China the peacock is symbolic of fertility.

• The Chinese goddess Kuan-Yin is associated with peacock feathers.

• In China, the bird was a symbol of the Ming Dynasty. The Chinese equated the peacock with divinity, rank, power, and beauty.

Japan: Its feather is an attribute of the goddess Kwan Yin.

Buddhist Meanings

Buddhists associate peacock feathers with openness, since the birds display everything when they spread their tails. Buddhists also ascribe great meaning to the bird ability to thrive in the face of suffering.

Middle east:

• Sufis feel the peacock symbolizes the cosmos (the sun and the moon)

• The Phoenix of Classical Mythology also had gorgeous plumage and lived in the Arabian desert. Every few hundred years, the Phoenix would spread its wings with myrrh and burst into flames, only to rejuvenate itself from the ashes of the fire to live anew. The Phoenix and the Peacock both symbolize resurrection and life after death, The Egyptians thought of the Phoenix as an emblem of Ra, the Sun God. Christians thought these eyes were representative of the Holy-See (all-seeing Mother Church). This made the peacock a sacred bird. By the Peacock was a sacred oath, because the peacock was thought to have the power of resurrection, like the Phoenix.


As you can see, the peacock has attracted peoples attention with it beauty all around our world for thousands of years, making these timeless feather earrings a classic that you will love.

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