Sun Tarot
Sun Tarot
Sun Tarot
Sun Tarot
Sun Tarot

Sun Tarot

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What's in the cards for you?  Delve into the mystic and explore your truth.  Our Sun Tarot necklace makes a powerful statement about who you are in life.  Fun on its own and plays well with other necklaces if you love to layer.  Timeless like the cards themselves its is an everyday piece that you will never want to take off.

The Sun is a positive card that represents light, which symbolizes power, enjoyment of life and confidence.  She the the opposite of the moon which is about the hidden and subconscious.  The Sun stands for clarity, awareness and the breaking of blockages the will lead to a new and strong awareness.  This is a lucky card and evokes new strength through its positive power and reminds us that we have gained a new consciousness.


Metal: Weighted Sterling Silver 

Chain: Branded 2mm curb chain

Adjustable chain options:  16-18 inches, 20- 22 inches, and 24-26 inches

Pendant dimensions:   25 X 16.5 mm


Please Note: The patina on each pendant may vary as each one is hand painted.



The Pirate + The Gypsy is a Canadian based sustainable jewelry studio and boutique located in New Westminster, BC.  All jewelry designed and created Paula Godden and her husband Joel.  Along with creating quality handmade products The Pirate + The Gypsy focuses on ecologically conscious materials and transparency with consideration to the jewelry’s impact on our environment.   All The Pirate + The Gypsy collections are crafted with high quality hypoallergenic metals including, gold, silver and platinum.  In addition to their current designs custom creations are also available including a complimentary consultation.

The Pirate + The Gypsy was founded by Paula + Joel Godden in 2015.  As a Greek, Polish and Romani woman Paula was never taught that Gypsy was negative and was encouraged to embrace who she is, her heritage and her history.  It is in within The Pirate + The Gypsy jewelry creations that the stories of Paula’s childhood and culture are reborn in hopes of reclaiming the beauty behind the name and the people.

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