Sterling Silver Mermaid Pentacle
Sterling Silver Mermaid Pentacle

Sterling Silver Mermaid Pentacle Pendant, Pentagram with Mermaid Necklace

Your Price : $39.95
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Part Number:SE-0586

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Jewelry Customization
Charm-Pendant with Jump Ring Only
on 16" SS Chain & Boxed [+$14.00]
on 18" SS Chain & Boxed [+$16.00]
Single Sterling Earring [+$3.00]
Sterling Pentacle with Mermaid Pendants for your Charm Bracelet, or wear as a Pendant on your Favorite Necklace Chain. Cast in Solid .925 Sterling Silver here in the USA by Silver Enchantments, this Mermaid Pentacle measures approximately over 3/4" in diameter.

Mermaid Pentacle Pendants
Metal : Solid .925 Sterling Silver
Overall Size : 24mm x 21mm = ~1" x 3/4+" diameter
Fantasy Jewelry - Made in the USA
Charm and pendant 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-Pendant, Necklace or Earring(s)
made in the usa


> You can Customize this item into a Mermaid Pentacle Necklace -- Choose from : Pendant Only or on a Sterling Silver Necklace Chain (see last pic for current chain style). When selecting on a SS Chain, your Solid Sterling Silver Mermaid Pentagram Necklace will come Boxed with care-card and ready to wear or gift.


Mermaid Symbolism | Siren Folklore - These mystical sea-dwelling creature are commonly represented as having the head and body of a woman and a fishtail instead of legs. Belief in mermaids, and in their counterpart, mermen, has existed since earliest times. They are often described as having great beauty and charm, which they use to lure sailors to their deaths (see Siren lore below). In some legends they assumed human shape and married mortals.

Sea Siren Folklore - In Greek mythology, as daughters of Phorcus or of Achelous, the Sirens inhabited an island surrounded by dangerous rocks. They sang so enchantingly that all who heard were drawn near and shipwrecked. Jason and the Argonauts were saved from them by the music of Orpheus, whose songs were lovelier. Odysseus escaped them by having himself tied securely to a mast and by stoppering-up the ears of his men.