Pyrrha – My New Favorite Necklace

Last weekend, Miss Kay “dragged” me into a store to show me some Pyrrha necklaces on display.

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Pyrrha: Never Look Back Necklace

Clearly, she is one hundred percent responsible for my new love/addiction/problem.

I’ve become so enchanted with the Pyrrha talisman necklaces, I’d love to own a huge assortment of them.

I also want to buy one for everyone I know.

I, unfortunately, don’t have the budget to do so.

However, maybe they’d make a good choice for you or for someone you know?

Mother’s Day?

Graduation?

Birthday?

Anniversary?

For those of you who don’t know, a talisman is an object which is believed to contain magical properties.

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Pyrrha: Three Graces Talisman Necklace (Charm, Beauty, Creativity)

Pyrrha talisman necklaces were designed originally from 18th and 19th century wax seals.

They have the look and feel of something old which is exactly why I like them so much.

Apparently, they’re quite trendy with both male and female celebrities lately too.

(I was oblivious of the celebrity factor and became enchanted with them for entirely different reasons.)

Each necklace has a “meaning” behind it and comes with a card explaining the story behind its particular talisman.

Is it weird that I like getting on the Pyrrha website and just reading about the different talisman stories?

Here’s the Challenge Talisman:

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It says Nothing Without Effort (in French) and features a cherub reaching for a heart in the branches of a tree.

Sigh –

I love these necklaces.

6 Responses to “Pyrrha – My New Favorite Necklace”

  1. Jan's Sushai Bar

    Those are gorgeous, but I’m afraid of the price tag. That’s a lot of money for someone who doesn’t really wear jewelry to spend on a necklace.

    • Suzanne

      I know, I’d like a collection of them … but!
      : )

  2. Denise

    I love these. I think the idea of a talisman is awesome.

    • Suzanne

      I love the concept too.
      Also, I like that they look and feel “old.”

  3. Erica

    I love the pendants and bracelets, but I have the same problem as Jan. However, if someone ever gave one to me, I would be over the moon and think they were wonderful and thought more highly of me than I do doubting myself.

    These pendants are best as gifts. They would show that someone, somewhere understood you and knew what you needed to hear.

    • Suzanne

      Sigh …
      If only someone out there DID understand me.
      I’ve given up on that possibility …!

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