Ram of Perseverance Brooch by Erstwilder
Stay strong in the face of overwhelming opposition. The holder of this egg, through nobility, perseverance and wisdom, will triumph in the end.
From Time Magazine:
As the war in the Ukraine continues into the Easter season—with the Catholic and Protestant churches celebrating Easter on April 17, and Orthodox Easter, as celebrated by many Ukrainians, falling on April 24—a spotlight is shining on the Ukrainian Easter tradition of decorating Easter eggs known as pysanky. Decorating them has become a gesture of peace, as the war has brought new meaning to an old tradition that dates back to pre-Christian/ Pagan times.
• Resin brooch
• Laser cut and hand assembled
• Metal pin on back
• Height x Width: 2.2 in x 1.6 in | 5.5 cm x 4.1 cm
• Brooch: 100% Acrylic Resin | Pin hardware: Rhodium plated copper
Please be aware that resin is akin to ceramic and glass, and therefore may be damaged if dropped or knocked. Keep your Erstwilder jewelry neatly tucked away in your gift box when not being worn, avoid contact with perfumes, lotions, water and excessive sunlight, and you’ll have your piece for years to come. Clean gently by hand.
****A portion of the sale of each Pysanky Egg will be donated to the World Central Kitchen from us and Erstwilder has donated to the UN Refugee Agency.