TFEL 'PEACOCK' RING PRE-ORDER
This variant is currently sold out
THE FIFTH ELEMENT LIFE ORIGINAL DESIGN CIRCA 2018
PRE-ORDER ONLY - DELIVERY ETA: MID NOV
PLEASE TRIPLE CHECK YOUR SIZE AS THESE ARE MADE TO ORDER
(No returns or size exchanges. If in doubt or unsure - we recommend ordering M/L)
The peacock is one of the most beautiful and worshipped birds in the animal kingdom, representing beauty, passion, inspiration, pride and intuition. He has the most extravagant physical appearance and behaviours.
The peacocks courtship displays involve the bird fanning out his feathers and quivering them while performing a mesmerising dance to the female.
He teaches us that it is ok to parade our accomplishments around from time to time, showcasing our skills, talents and many glorious traits - but to know the right time to do so. Much like he would do to attract the other sex or protect himself, the peacock instructs us never be afraid to present our fullest most flamboyant, confident and inspiring aspects to those who we wish to ‘win’ over. When we feel threatened or criticised, the peacock invites us to stand up for what we have worked hard for and to be proud of who we are and what we stand for.
The key message here is in the balance, and knowing when to move from one energy mode into another, seamlessly and with grace. Through symbols, he teaches us that it takes many repetitious steps to fully awaken to our most spiritual selves - in our spiritual practice, in our daily rituals and
He is the true gate keeper to our pride - peacocks allow us to show off our true colours and to see the beauty that is all around us, acting as inspirational guides to those who are drawn to our unique plumage and captivating offerings in this world.
Once we collect the wisdom we seek, we are then guided to showcase this to the world, proud of our story, our journey and of our accomplishments and to never apologise for how beautiful, powerful, wise and or talented we are.
.925 Sterling silver
Designed by Sarah Wilder in QLD Australia, crafted in Bali, Indonesia
Shipping from retailer Wilde Willow, Paddington, Brisbane, Australia.
30-33mm length (30mm small, 33mm large)
Please note: The black etching in each design is hand oxidised, which means there will be slight variations in the darkness and consistency from design to design in some cases. It is not painted in and is an alchemical process requiring heat.
For international customers: We are not liable for any extra charges incurred in your country for their specific set of custom charges and fees. This is a completely separate and unavoidable charge when importing from other countries