The Feminine Mystique
In ancient Rome, the goddess Juno was a natural leader. She was considered the special protector and advisor to the Roman government. But as wife to Jupiter, and mother of the gods Vulcan and Mars, she was also considered the patron of marriage and childbirth.
Mary Steratore pays tribute to Juno's feminine divinity with this extraordinary necklace. Her symbol was the peacock, and in this sculptural silver pendant, Juno's face peeks out behind a peacock with feathers that flow down like her hair. It's paired with a small round charm of moonstone—a stone traditionally associated with opening the creative vision of the mind. 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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