Nehebkau Serpent Bracelet
Handmade to order. Please allow up to 45 days for your order to be created and shipped. All items are shipped USPS two-day priority.
Available in sterling silver and brass. Adjustable.
Sterling Silver bracelet features a double serpent motif made out of antique silver with snakeskin end caps.
The brass bracelet is solid brass with sterling silver snakeskin end caps.
"Shed the Dead"
From the most ancient of human civilizations, snake symbolism and mythology can be traced to virtually every human culture across the world. They most commonly symbolize rebirth, renewal, vitality, and transformation. Dating back to alchemists and Egyptian gods, as well as the awakening of the kundalini and on to Aesclepius, the Greek God of medicine, serpents have become the symbol for vitality, health, and a renaissance of the spirit. The choice to, not resist, but rather to lean into the inevitable, natural forces of change will encourage us to move with ease and grace through the unfolding seasons of the self and life. To "shed the dead" and be reborn is an ongoing metaphysical path to the internal alchemical gold.
The National Library of Medicine published a great article about the snake as a symbol of medicine for anyone interested: here.