As stated in Quora.com, Farvahar is the central icon of Zoroastrianism, a monotheistic religion that emerged in modern day Iran, central Asia, and parts of Pakistan during the first millennia BC. The meaning of the Farvahar is still good thoughts, good deeds, good actions. It is represented in the 3 wide layers of feathers as shown above. The bottom layer of feathers represent bad thoughts, bad deeds, bad actions - and how they should be below us. The figure portrays the human soul ascending towards heaven from living a virtuous life.
Metal: Yellow Gold (10K & 14K).
Available as pendant or necklace.
Available in 16", 18", 20", 22" chain length
Pendant weight: 1.10 grams (10k) | 1.30 grams (14k).
Pendant height (w/ bail): 0.76 inches
Pendant width: 1.16 inches
Bail opening: 2.50 mm
Finish: High Polish
Made in USA.
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