Thylacine SymbolismPersonal power, solitude, fortitude. The thylacine is a strong symbol of the unknown and the unknowable, making peace with the fact some questions in our lives may never be answered. Thylacine can teach us to step back from the public eye and live our lives along our own paths, protected from the pressures of outside influence. The Tasmanian tiger as a totem can help us learn to trust our own intuition, take pride in quiet accomplishments, and avoid the need for praise or dependence on external validation. Thylacine people tend to be secretive and aloof, introspective and self-confident, living mostly in their own worlds.
Tagua, or 'vegetable ivory' is a renewable resource from the rainforest, the natural seed product of large, native trees. Almost indistinguishable from true ivory, tagua is a durable, nearly rock-hard material.
Our pendants are individual works of art hand-finished by the artist herself. The shape, size and coloration of each tagua slice is unique, so they would vary from the example shown. Each pendant comes in its own gift box, making it a great gift for any Thylacine lover.
S Sabertooth Cat
I'm incredibly glad that I commissioned you for this pendant as it's far surpassed my expectations and the scan you sent me doesn't begin to do your skill justice.Read More...
-Adam Stevens, United Kingdom
Hey there. So I got the pendant today in the mail. Looks great, much cooler when you can see all the little detail in person.Read More...
-Matt Pate, B.C. Canada