Golden eight-point starburst pendant blazing with diamond and sapphire Swarovski crystals mounted on a brass disc. 1.5" diameter. Originally a brooch.
Providence, Rhode Island
18k gold-filled, 16" snake chain with lobster clasp. Longer chains available upon request.
Unknown Maker, 2021
The eight-pointed star or Octagram is believed to have its origins in early astronomy.
The sun, moon and stars reigned supreme as popular motifs of late 1950s through early 1970s jewelry, inspired by our collective fascination with the Space Age and the celebration of the successful moon landing of July 20, 1969. Style icons like Jackie Onassis famously embraced the trend.
Ancient Greeks associated sapphires with the god Apollo. Petitioners often wore the gem while consulting the oracle at Delphi to tap the power of the “third eye." Sapphires are the September birthstone.
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