- Oxidized copper
- Rose Gold
- Length: 3.5" L
- Weight: 1.0 oz
- Designer Fernanda Sibilia
Argentinean jewelry designer Fernanda Sibilia creates contemporary, eclectic, and geometric jewelry that really defies description! She uses hammered metals in 24k gold plating, old-fashioned brass, 925 silver, copper and bronze to create bold yet contemporary and totally wearable art.
Sibilia’s jewelry is all handmade.
In all ancient traditions eclipses were considered as bad auguries because they are relatively rare and difficult to predict and, therefore, are associated with bringing disorder and disrupting the cosmic harmony. Mayan astronomers compiled precise tables of positions for the Moon and Venus and were able to predict solar eclipses. The most explicit information can be found in the Dresden Codex, one of the few Maya manuscripts that survived to our time. The Mayas of Yucatan, viewed eclipses as the "biting of the sun" or the "biting of the moon, " usually by celestial ants. Maya astrologers were able to predict such events. In the Aztec tradition, eclipses were terrifying events during which demons might roam the earth. During such times the Aztec created noise to banish the demons and bring back the sun.