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Large 3" 76mm Aztec Calendar Stone Pectoral Medallion Antique Silver Finish Medallion - Gift Boxed
Large 3" 76mm Aztec Calendar Stone Pectoral Medallion Antique Silver Finish Medallion - Gift Boxed
Large 3" 76mm Aztec Calendar Stone Pectoral Medallion Antique Silver Finish Medallion - Gift Boxed
Large 3" 76mm Aztec Calendar Stone Pectoral Medallion Antique Silver Finish Medallion - Gift Boxed
Large 3" 76mm Aztec Calendar Stone Pectoral Medallion Antique Silver Finish Medallion - Gift Boxed

Large 3" 76mm Aztec Calendar Stone Pectoral Medallion Antique Silver Finish Medallion - Gift Boxed

Regular price $ 39.00
This piece features my huge 3" (76mm) Aztec Calendar Stone design pendant. It will catch every eye within 50 feet and be the source of many conversations. The look and feel of the medallion upon first touch will speak to you immediately of hand-crafted quality. It makes a stunning accessory - appropriate for all ages, men or women - all will love it. It includes a black velvet jewelry pouch, my signed DCJ certificate of authenticity and a deluxe gift box. It also includes my story card about the Aztec Calendar Stone (see images above).

The Aztec calendar stone design medallion measures 3 inches (76mm) in diameter. It is cast in solid metal alloy and given an antique silver finish. The bail at the top will accepts chain or leather necklaces up to 12mm in diameter. No necklace is included with this listing.

ABOUT THE AZTEC CALENDAR SUN STONE AND THIS MEDALLION
The Aztec Calendar Stone medallion design pays tribute to the legendary Aztec Calendar Stone carved by Aztec artists in 1479. In 1790 during renovations of the Central Square in Mexico City a massive carving was unearthed. It was the Aztec calendar stone, or, more properly, the Cuauhxicalli Eagle Bowl. It is a massive carving, 3 feet thick, almost 12 feet across, and weighing over 22 tons. It was carved from basalt - a solidified lava, this being an area where volcanoes were common. The famous calendar stone is a brilliant combination of artistry and geometry. It reflects the Aztec understanding of time and space as wheels within wheels. The detailed surface of the stone combines the understanding of the gods the people had created over the centuries as well as their observations of the heavens.