Magpie meaning and symbology
Magpies have long been associated with luck and fortune. One for sorrow, two for joy... a well-known poem teaching divination through the number of Magpies that may appear before you. These beautiful and intelligent birds never miss an opportunity.
What do Magpies symbolise?
What does the Magpie represent?
Magpies are extremely intelligent birds, steeped in folklore and fairytale. Many consider them an omen of luck, whether that is good luck or bad much depends on your local tales. Magpies are playful and resourceful, but often seen as tricksters and thieves. They have striking plumage that glistens with purples and greens, giving them an otherworldly appearance as they glide from tree to tree.
Magpie meaning in mythology and folklore
There is an old folktale that Magpies contain a drop of blood from the devil hidden under their tongues. It was said that if you cut the tongue of a Magpie to let out this drop, then the magpie would be capable of human speech.
What does wearing Magpie jewellery as a talisman help with?
If you wish to connect with the symbology of these incredible birds, wearing Magpie jewellery as a personal talisman is a wonderful way to carry their energy with you in daily life.
GÆFA - MAGPIE TALON NECKLACE IN SOLID STERLING SILVER
A talisman in invoke good fortune and the ability to see opportunity in even the most dire of situations.
GALDR - MAGPIE BEAK NECKLACE IN SOLID STERLING SILVER
A talisman to represent the power of free speech, and the magic woven into your every word.