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Dove Earrings

Dove Earrings

Regular price $30.00 USD
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Doves have held immense significance in the cultures and religions of the world, especially in Christianity and Judaism. The white dove, in particular, has been used as a symbol of love and peace for centuries. In Christian iconography, the dove is a representation of the Holy Spirit and is often depicted with outstretched wings, a halo, and a beam of light. It is believed that the Holy Spirit descended upon Jesus in the form of a dove during his baptism.

Apart from being a symbol of divinity, the white dove is also a symbol of purity, innocence, and new beginnings. For instance, in weddings, the release of white doves symbolizes the start of a new life together. Similarly, in funerals, the release of doves signifies the peaceful passing of a loved one.

In Judaism, the dove is associated with peace and is a reminder of the story of the Great Flood. According to the story, after the flood, Noah sent out a dove to find dry land. The dove returned with an olive branch in its beak, indicating the end of the flood and the start of a new era. The dove has since been a symbol of hope, renewal, and peace in Judaism.

The symbolism of the white dove in Christianity and Judaism is rooted in centuries of tradition and is a testament to the enduring power of these cultures.

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Welcome to Quick Silver Mint! For almost 50 years, we've been making unique medallions and showcasing them in our catalog and at festivals across the US. And we're excited to announce that we've expanded our collection to include some fantastic earrings!

Our silver earrings are 1 inch long, 18 GA, and made of .99 Silver with a .032 inch Sterling Silver wire. And our copper earrings are just as beautiful! They too, are 1 inch long and 18 GA but made of copper with a .032-inch Niobium wire.

We take great pride in our designs and the symbols used in our collection. If you're interested in learning more about their meanings, visit our Symbol Meanings gallery. Thanks for stopping by!