Vulpecula Necklace

Designed by Marcy

Vulpecula constellation has not been named after a figure in mythology. It was introduced by Johannes Hevelius in 1687. Hevelius placed it near two constellations that also represent hunting animals: the eagle (Aquila) and the vulture (which the constellation Lyra used to be associated with). Hevelius also called the constellation Vulpecula et Anser, or the little fox with the goose, represented a fox carrying a goose to Cerberus, the dog that guarded the entrance to the Underworld in Greek mythology. 

The symbolism of the fox includes intelligence, independence, playfulness and mischief, beauty, protection, and good fortune. Foxes may be found on every continent except Antarctica, and appear in folklore around the globe!  

This necklace will be perfect for customers who are in touch with the playful side of life. 

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