A series of talismans paying tribute to the union of the divine feminine and divine masculine in ancient Sumer. This sacred marriage was first established by Enheduanna, the High Priestess of the Goddess Inanna and the first ever known poet. She takes us on Inanna’s dance, narrating as the Goddess of beauty, sexual love and fertility finds her power in a war for justice. 

 Assertive, seductive body armor and soft touches of nature’s elements embody the conjunction of these two energies. Symbols of Inanna’s Knot, the secret signature seal of Enheduanna and cosmic lapis lazuli bring power to the past. 

 Hand carved adornments are cast in recycled metals through the lost wax process, in homage to ancient feminine craft. Select pieces include ethically sourced tiger’s eye, citrine, emerald, sapphire, and lapis channeling the wisdom of the divine. 

 

 “He gave me a knife and dagger, saying to me ‘these are appropriate ornaments for you.”

 The Exaltation of Inanna by Enheduanna