COMING SOON: Our fine 18k gold plated range of precious tarot card inspired jewellery offers a curated selection of meaningful and protective icons for everyday wear.
Not sure which piece to choose? In our blog post we’re covering why and how to choose your piece and the symbolism behind each card.
What do different types of tarot cards mean?
Each tarot deck contains 78 cards split into two main groups, the major and the minor arcana.
The major arcana includes 22 trump cards, which typically when selected, offer insight into the major influences. These cards don’t have suits and are stand-alone representing major life influences and people.
The minor arcana consists of 56 suited cards, including:
- Wands - creativity and passion
- Swords - intellect
- Pentacles - work and money
- Cups/Coins - emotions
The Suits can also be aligned with astrological zodiac signs
What does all this mean when choosing jewellery?
While each trump and suit card hold individual meaning, the reader will interpret further meaning when each spread is pulled, containing several cards. This gives the reading a wholistic view on how each card relates to the subject.
Popular tarot inspired jewellery choices
The Sun is the symbol of positive energy, success and enthusiasm.
The Star tarot symbol represents new beginnings, inspiration and positivity.
A symbol of change and a reminder to pay attention to the small happenings in life that lead to change.
The Strength (The Force)
Is the opportunity for a new beginning and a chance to embrace the light and be bold.
The World represents your journey and growth, a celebration of the flow of life
The High Priestess
Represents justice and feminine intellectual strength.
A token reminder to uphold justice and peace in your life.
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