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Pendant – Lunula Bird – Bronze


Lunula were worn by women and girls in Slavic society to ward off evil, ~11th – 12th C. Originally a Roman women’s symbol, they were carried to the Slavic and Baltic area, Birka and Gotland Sweden.


Also available in Silver


Lunula were popular with women and girls in Eastern and Slavic society to ward off the evil eye. While it may still be useful for that purpose, but it remains a woman’s charm for protection, good health and good fortune.

Originally a strong Roman women’s symbol, Lunula were carried north into the Slavic and Baltic lands of the Rus. ~11th – 12th C.

Bronze – 30 mm x 35 mm

Also available in Silver

Additional information

Weight 1 oz
Dimensions 30 × 35 in
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