Exclusive to Pentagram in Salem!
This Piece is handmade by a talented Magician and metal smith.
Sappho, on the off chance that you don't know her, was a poet from the island of Lesbos in the Aegean Sea, who lived and wrote in the seventh and sixth centuries BCE. Her work was taught as a pinnacle of poetic skill for centuries, well into the Roman Empire, until - through a combination of censorship, neglect, and luck - it was lost to the ages. No contemporary biography survives, and we are left with mere scraps of her estimated 10,000 lines of poetry, but her work has been associated with sexual love between women since the Hellenistic period. Now, she and the island from which she came are virtually synonymous with queer women and their experiences.
The image is based on one of the few surviving images of Sappho, a black figure vase painting from the late 6th century BCE.
These talismans are not consecrated or cast according to astrological timing. They are empty vessels waiting to be filled and awakened by the consecration rites which you will perform in your home or temple, according to your traditions and and with the aid of your familiar spirits.
* One inch (27mm) in diameter, 3mm thick, with bail suitable for a 2-3mm chain.
* Made of solid .925 sterling silver.
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