Sterling Silver Mabon Goddess Necklace, Harvest Goddess Charm Jewelry
Sterling Silver Mabon Harvest Goddess Charm

Sterling Silver Mabon Goddess Necklace, Harvest Goddess Charm Jewelry

Your Price : $14.95
In Stock and Ready to Ship
Part Number:SE-1712

Choose Options

Jewelry Customization
Charm with Jump Ring
on 16" SS Chain & Boxed [+$14.00]
on 18" SS Chain & Boxed [+$15.00]
Single Sterling Earring [+$3.00]
Grape Harvest Goddess Charms
Metal : Solid .925 Sterling Silver
Overall Size : 17mm x 12mm x 3mm = ~3/4" x 1/2""
Goddess Jewelry - Made in the USA
Comes with a Sterling Silver Jump-ring (not shown)
Charm measurements do not include the length of any removable attachments. These will vary some, but a standard jump ring would add about 4mm (~1/8") onto the overall length.
Sold by : Charm
made in the usa

> Choose from : Charm Only or on a Sterling Silver Necklace Chain (see last pic for current chain style).

> These Grape Goddess Charms can also be converted into a Custom made Sterling Silver Dangling Charm Earring. If you need a pair of them, please order 2 singles.


Harvest Goddess Symbolism - Demeter is her Greek name, and Ceres is her Roman name. Mabon is the Autumn Equinox. The Autumn Equinox divides the day and night equally, and we all take a moment to pay our respects to the impending dark. We also give thanks to the waning sunlight, as we store our harvest of this year's crops. Grapes have traditionally symbolized fertility. In times past, those who had a hearty grape harvest were practically guaranteed to be prosperous. Today, many Wiccans and Pagans use the symbolism of the grape in ritual. The Druids call this celebration, Mea'n Fo'mhair, and honor the The Green Man, the God of the Forest, by offering libations to trees. Offerings of ciders, wines, herbs and fertilizer are appropriate at this time. Wiccans celebrate the aging Goddess as she passes from Mother to Crone, and her consort the God as he prepares for death and re-birth.
Symbols of Mabon: Wine, gourds, pine cones, acorns, grains, corn, apples, pomegranates, vines such as ivy, dried seeds, and horns of plenty.