Throughout history and across many cultures, people have regarded owls with fascination and awe. Few other creatures have so many different and contradictory beliefs about them.
Owls have been both feared and adored, despised and admired, considered wise and foolish.
Speculation about the nature of the owl began in earliest folklore, well before recorded history, but passed down by word of mouth over thousands of years.
In early Indian folklore, Owls represented wisdom and helpfulness and having the power of prophecy. This theme continues through Aesop's fables and also in Greek mythology.
The owl is the protector of the home. He represents wisdom and truth and has the ability to see what others cannot.
Our 2-piece Stone Owl Bracelet is made with polished stone and is available in several colors.