Rainbow Medallion Necklace


Rainbow Medallion Necklace

Love, Peace, and Hope brings serenity.

Fine silver, vitreous enamel, & 24k gold wires

1” round disk

Comes with an Authentic Pacific Silvercloth pouch for tarnish free storage and its own rosewood box for safe keeping.

Comes with a 2mm, 16- or 18-inch, Italian sterling silver serpentine chain.
(Please specify length in the order notes at checkout.)

Psst… We also have a rainbow butterfly shaped version of this medallion. You can find it here.

Or, if you want something a little different, check out our rainbow butterfly lapel decor (like a pin, but with a powerful magnet that won’t damage your clothing!)

Whether you wear it as a symbol of hope, love, diversity, or equality, the rainbow is a beautiful and powerful symbol. In this gorgeous rainbow medallion necklace, tiny 24k gold wires accentuate the bold colors. Then, the whole rainbow is set into a silver frame, in a one-inch round disk.

Rainbow Medallion Necklace Symbolism

The most common meaning associated with rainbows is one of hope. They appear in the sky when the sun comes out after a storm, bringing lightness and color to what was dark and threatening a few minutes before. As a result, rainbows are often associated with a sense of hope when the worst is over. They can be a sign of hope for a brighter future or a new beginning. Accordingly, jewelry with rainbow designs often makes a great gift for someone who has been through a difficult time.

Rainbows have many different meanings across different cultures and interests. When a beloved pet passes on, we say they have crossed the rainbow bridge. A rainbow baby is a healthy baby after a heartbreaking loss or infertility struggles. Both are metaphors of hope and love.

Rainbows can also symbolize equality and diversity. The rainbow needs all of the different colors of light to exist. It takes all of those unique shades and combines them into one phenomenon of nature. Each color is unique and has its own value, but together they combine to make something truly incredible. No one color is greater than the others – they are are all equally needed to create the full rainbow. Consequently, this is often used as a metaphor for community, diversity, and equality. Read more about rainbow symbolism here.

Rainbow Fine Jewelry

If you love the symbolism of the rainbow and are looking for something a little different from this rainbow medallion necklace, check out our rainbow butterfly pendants or rainbow butterfly lapel decor.