Purple Enameled Easter Egg Charm Sterling Silver Xinar.com
Bring unique beauty to your Easter jewelry designs with Xinar.com’s Purple Enameled Easter Egg charm in 925 sterling silver. This Easter egg charm is a flatback casting measuring 3/8″ x 5/8″ – just the right size for different jewelry items, including necklaces, bracelets, and earrings.
The creativity never stops with Xinar’s extensive jewelry-making catalog and online charms store. We have been selling charms for over twenty years, and the detailing of our holiday charms and Easter charms are second to none. In addition, Xinar works with one of the finest silver casters in the country, and we guarantee that our silver charms are nickel-free and lead-free. If you have had bad experiences before from other stores that sell hypoallergenic jewelry but do not deliver, explore Xinar’s extensive collections of sterling silver charms, and we’re sure that you will find what you need.
What’s the Symbolism of Purple in Easter?
Purple is often linked with royalty, but it also represents repentance, humility, and grief for Jesus’ suffering. This is why this color is commonly associated with Lent, a month of sacrifice commemorating the Lord’s impending Resurrection.
What’s the Significance of Eggs to Easter?
Easter is the Christian church’s most important event, commemorating Jesus Christ’s Resurrection on the third day after His Crucifixion. So, how do the colored eggs fit into the picture?
The egg was a famous emblem of fertility and restoration in premodern and pre-Christian cultures. Eggs were seen as a symbol of springtime rebirth by European “Pagans” (a name used to refer to those who practiced a range of non-Christian faiths). This image was adopted by early Christians and ascribed to Jesus Christ rather than the earth’s regeneration. This was also extended to the dedicated followers of Christ’s new life.
Easter egg dyeing and decorating is an ancient tradition with an unknown origin, but it has been practiced in Eastern Orthodox and Western churches since the Middle Ages. The church forbade eating eggs during Holy Week, but chickens continued to lay eggs during that time, and the idea of decorating those eggs to distinguish them as Holy Week eggs arose.
The egg became a symbol of the Resurrection in and of itself. The egg signified new life coming from the eggshell, much as Jesus rose from the tomb. Eggs are painted crimson in the Orthodox tradition to represent Jesus’ blood spilled on the cross. Even in current secular countries, the egg-coloring ritual has persisted. The White House Easter Egg Roll, for example, has been held on the Monday following Easter since 1878, with minor breaks.
• Purity – 925 Silver Charm
• Size – 3/8″ x 5/8″
• Weight – 1.5 grams
• Flat back
• Nickel & Lead-Free
• Jump Ring Included
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