A wax seal necklace reminding you to put your worries aside and be grateful, with a raven surrounded by the words DEUS PASCIT CORVOS or GOD FEEDS THE RAVENS - in case your Latin is a bit rusty.
Luke 12:24 Consider the ravens: They do not sow or reap, they have no storeroom or barn; yet God feeds them. And how much more valuable you are than birds!
- description -
A raven surrounded by a Scottish clan crest within which are the Latin words DEUS PASCIT CORVOS which translate GOD FEEDS THE RAVENS.
- symbolism -
The raven is a symbol of knowledge and an emblem of divine providence. It also signifies vigilance in watching over friends.
Hand cast from a small antique Victorian desk wax seal from 1890 and shown in the photographs but not available for purchase. Notice the gorgeous carved carnelian handle.
- approximate measurement - almost 5/8" (15mm)
- wax seal charm metal - fine silver (.999 pure and recycled silver)
- photographed with an old US dime, same size as a current dime
- chain - a sterling silver cable chain with a spring ring clasp.
- select the necklace chain length or just the charm at checkout.
- other chain lengths are available.
Impressed with history!
This is the family crest and/or motto for many with surnames Corbet and its variants such as Corbett, Corbitt, Corbit, Corbetts, Corbete, Corben, Corbyn and Corbin - the name deriving from the French word corb meaning crow. Similarly, the Spanish name Cuervo means raven or rook. The name could be in reference to a person thought to resemble a crow with dark hair, shape of nose and tone of voice or it could be because the Scandinavians believed that a raven on the battlefield was a good omen that ensured victory.
Other surnames that often have the raven family crest and/or the motto are Jones and Owen.