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At my Etsy Shop: Two for Poseidon

While I always fall in love, just a little bit, with pretty much everything I make, there is something about Poseidon that really brings that out. I made a couple of things last week for the sea-god that I am particularly happy with.

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These are made with Czech fire-polished glass beads in turquoise and black, colors reminiscent of the sea on a dark and stormy day. separated by gold-toned spacer beads and glass seed beads to make the piece flexible and easy to handle. The beads are joined by a copper seahorse pendant with a blue-green patina.

The beads are approximately 11″ (28cm). They come with a prayer to Poseidon, written specifically to be used with this prayer bead design and with a cotton muslin bag for storage. You can, of course, use the beads with any prayers, or for any god or gods, that you choose or that resonate with you.

They are available here at my Etsy shop.

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These are made with white and ocean blue imperial jasper gemstone beads, colors reminiscent of the white foam that tops the ocean waves, separated by copper-toned spacer beads and glass seed beads to make the piece flexible and easy to handle. The beads are joined by a copper seahorse pendant.

The beads are approximately 11″ (18cm). They come with a prayer to Poseidon, written specifically to be used with this prayer bead design and with a cotton muslin bag for storage. You can, of course, use the beads with any prayers, or for any god or gods, that you choose or that resonate with you.

They are available here at my Etsy shop.

Categories: Etsy, Pagan Prayer Beads

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  1. I love the Czech fire-polished glass beads in my Poseidon piece so much, the pictures really don’t do them justice.

    I wasn’t sure about the black/brown inclusions at first, being initially drawn to the stunning Caribbean blue. Then I went down by our river I realized most of the natural waters in my area have that muddy tannic brown tone to them just like the wave of color the beads have. Not living in the Caribbean, the inclusions made them even more appropriate for my Illinois bound worship.

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