This piece is elegantly crafted in Sterling Silver and features a Cocoa-themed Bera Ring In early Aztec culture, cocoa beans were used as currency. They were also considered to have religious significance. Cocoa was thought to be of divine origin, as the Aztecs believed the cocoa tree was the spiritual bridge between heaven and earth. Cocoa beans were given to priest’s assistants during children’s coming of age ceremonies. During marriage ceremonies, the bride and groom would exchange cocoa beans and partake in a symbolic cup of chocolate. The Aztecs believed that by drinking chocolate, they would gain the wisdom of Quetzalcoatl (the God of learning). Wear this powerful symbol in celebration of where life’s journeys have taken you and may you forever be blessed with wisdom and enlightenment. ©
Sterling Silver Cocoa-themed Bera Ring (Sz: 4 to 10)
Approximate frame size: 20mm Width.
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