Kronos Tree of Life Pendant


This piece is embellished with a genuine Swarovski crystal, the highest quality in crystals. Swarovski is recognized worldwide as the cleanest cut and most brilliant. This crystal is a large gemstone, elegantly cut with 16 shimmering facets. When caught in the sun, this striking crystal explodes into a dazzling display of tremulous light, sure to turn heads and catch people’s attention.

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You have the option to add an alloy chain that is gunmetal in color. It is a 3mm link cable chain with a lobster clasp.


Kronos Tree of Life Pendant

This Kronos Tree of Life Pendant is handcrafted with permanently colored black, and silver plated copper wire and features lead and nickel-free charms. A genuine Swarovski crystal hangs delicately behind twisted wire branches.

Kronos was a Titan who was the father of the Olympian gods. He is father time. Because he believed the new gods would overthrow the Titans, he swallowed all of his offspring which devastated his wife, Rhea. At one point, instead of giving her baby to him, she wrapped a rock in a blanket so he swallowed that instead. Zeus was raised in secret until he was powerful enough to overthrow Kronos and free all of his siblings from Kronos’ stomach.

Although he is consistently portrayed as evil (who can blame people with all the baby-swallowing, sheesh) his time as king of the gods is known as the Golden Age. Kronos is the lord of time. He was known as a benevolent god to mortals. Just not his own offspring.

Being one of our regular sized Tree of Life pendants, this design is two inches in diameter not including the bail. The bail is approximately half an inch tall.

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Tree of Life Symbolism & History