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eirene goddess pendant with amethyst

by Mary Steratore
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  • the story

A Peace of the Past

Few people today may recall the Greek goddess Eirene, and yet all of us still seek her in our lives: her name literally means "peace." Eirene brought an end to conflict, and ushered in seasons of harmony and abundance.

Mary Steratore's divine necklace is made to invite that same spirit of peace into your own life. The sculptural silver pendant captures Eirene's face in a moment of perfect serenity, framed by the flowing sweep of her hair. It's paired with a small charm of amethyst—a stone traditionally believed to support feelings of peace, balance and inner strength. The stone is hand cut and mounted in silver. Steratore's necklaces are truly global creations: the molds are made in Italy, the silver charms are cast in Thailand, the semi-precious stone charms are made in India, and the silver ball chain is made in USA.

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Exclusive
Community Voted
Item ID
21941
Made from
sterling silver, amethyst
Measurements
Pendant: .875" L x .5" W; Chain: 16" L (extendable to 18")
Notes
Clean with silver polish
  • the maker
Mary Steratore

Mary Steratore

It can be quite daunting trading one career for another, especially when there are PhD's involved. But for Mary Steratore, it led to the realization of true artistic expression.

Leaving archaeology to create her own fine art, Steratore settled in Rome where her paintings and sculptures were well-received. After showing her work all over Italy and the US, she developed a new line of jewelry, dubbed b.u., as an extension of her sculpting.

Drawing from Steratore's vast knowledge of artifacts and her extensive world travels, b.u. creations have an old-world aesthetic. Each piece is meticulously hand-made using a long-lost wax-casting method. With the help of Rome's top notch artisans, Steratore brings a little beauty and a lot of ancient wisdom into everyday, modern lives. collection

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Q and A

When our community voted on this product, some also shared comments - read them below:

345votes, 27 comments

Cassie, UncommonGoods Community Moderator

Although the goddess Eirene is not as recognizable as the traditional peace sign, her message is one in the same. Mary Steratore's sterling silver depiction of Eirene (complete with an amethyst) is a subtler way to wear the message of peace. What other goddesses would you like to see represented in this line?

Kimberlee
Vote: Thumbs down!

I like the concept of goddess jewelry, but I find the face a little odd looking

Linda
Vote: Thumbs up!

Nice piece

Stuart
Vote: Thumbs down!

needs a different chain

Laura
Vote: Thumbs down!

Can't tell what it is if someone is wearing it, I think. I'm not into obviously pagan stuff.

Julie
Vote: Thumbs down!

looks odd.

Melissa
Vote: Thumbs down!

Not very ethereal looking for a goddess...not quite my style either. Might work for some but to me just looks poorly crafted.

Naomi
Vote: Thumbs down!

What is this suppose to be? It looks like a glob.

Anita
Vote: Thumbs down!

Not impressed with the actual pendant

Carolyn
Vote: Thumbs down!

Face oddly shaped

JoJo
Vote: Thumbs down!

I like the idea of these necklaces, but the faces are very odd looking.

Patricia
Vote: Thumbs down!

Can't tell what it is, looks like a blob.

Susan
Vote: Thumbs down!

Cute idea, but I don't really like it.

Kimberly
Vote: Thumbs down!

Face in pendant is odd looking, not cute and the chain looks cheap and like it belongs with dog tags.

Donna
Vote: Thumbs down!

Something not quite right about the face.

pam
Vote: Thumbs down!

Love the concept...don't get the portrait!

Malorie
Vote: Thumbs up!

I only like it because my grandmother and daughter are both named "Irene".

Carol
Vote: Thumbs down!

the face looks messy

Carol
Vote: Thumbs down!

really odd looking. The face looks vague and smushy

Linda
Vote: Thumbs down!

nope, you'd have to tell everyone what it was supposed to be.

Stefani
Vote: Thumbs down!

I like the meaning behind it, but the necklace itself isn't that appealing-not even the chain.

Judith

Oh! I like this. And who doesn't need a little more peace?

Gayla
Vote: Thumbs down!

I don't see "perfect serenity" here - I wouldn't wear something ugly around my neck.

Cindy
Vote: Thumbs down!

I like goddess jewelry however this piece does not have an appealing profile. The chain does not fit a goddess theme.

Nadine
Vote: Thumbs down!

Again, love the idea, but the face is too stylized to be attractive to wear.

marsha

wierd

Kimberly

Really weird looking face. Wouldn't buy.

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