Minnaloushe Necklace conjured by the poem by William Butler Yeats', The Cat and the Moon
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Minnaloushe creeps and stares, lifting his changing eyes to the changing moon; conjured by the poem by William Butler Yeats', The Cat and the Moon. In 1890, the young Irish poet, mystic and occultist, Butler Yeats joined the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn.
A uniquely stunning piece to compliment your look!
A chain 'V' necklace, with, suspended to one side a highly polished pewter moon studded with five clear Swarovski crystals, and from the other side, 'walking the tightrope' to the moon is a black pewter cat with its tail looped about the upper chain.
On split trace chain, 16" (41cm) overall with 35mm extender chain and lobster claw fastener.