Aztec Sun Stone
.925 Sterling Silver
The sun god is the center piece of the Aztec calendar carved in 1479. Tonatiuh was an Aztec sun deity known as the ruler of the daytime sky and the east "the fifth sun". A fierce and warlike god he was he was represented by an eagle that ascended to the east each day from the west as the sun.
All our pieces are solid .925 sterling silver they are not hollow, we focus on quality! Weights range from 20 to 60 grams depending on the piece.
Some products may include gold or other gemstones and will be mentioned in the description.
Delivery is worldwide. Because our jewelry is handmade with extra special care and attention please allow up to 2-3 weeks for production time, then we can ship it. Most pieces will not take this long because we are working as fast as we possibly can. All pieces are made and shipped from Bangkok, Thailand where the head office is located after moving from Sydney, Australia.
We provide secure delivery to your door with signature required on acceptance of your parcel. Should you not be at home at the time of delivery our provider will leave you an information card stating your item is available for collection from your local Post Office. You will be required to show identification and provide a signature when collecting your item from the Post Office. We will email your tracking number at the time your jewellery is dispatched so you can trace the delivery of your item and be ready to collect.
Please be patient your treasures are coming and it will be worth it.
All products are custom made to order, therefore we do not accept returns, But we undertake to replace you for any product delivered to you that is faulty or is in a damaged condition. If you wish to return a faulty or damaged product, you must notify us through our designated “contact us” webpage.
If we are unable at the time of return to replace or exchange returned goods, we undertake to reimburse your credit card for the amount initially debited for the purchase including packaging and postage charges.