Ancient History

Ancient History

Regular price $0.00

       Jezebel, the royal princess of Sedonia, a Pagan nation in the Middle East, was married to King Ahab of Israel, a neighboring Jewish nation. During their marriage Ahab converted to Jezebel's belief system that included gender equality.  At that time, Judaism excluded women from religious authority and therefore, Ahab outlawed Judaism in Israel. Rebellion occurred. And, as history shows, Pagans lost the war. Jezebel was murdered and Ahab was exiled. 

       Jezebel was sent as an emissary for peace to create harmony when one religion desired domination over another.  However, because she persuaded a King, Jezebel became known as a seductress.  Although she was never known to be unfaithful, she later became the synonym for slut.  With the destruction of a gender equal belief system, virtually all women role models like Jezebel were either banished from the record or degraded.


Jezebel Radiance

Shop Now

Fiery Red


Shop Now
Jezebel Sweetgrass



The art is gorgeous, especially the lamps and chandeliers. There is also a gift shop where you can buy hematite rings and other cool stuff, and while you're there, grab a soda or some coffee.

Kailo Wren

This isn't just some machine made piece of glass packaged in a factory, it is actually made by an Artist, by hand, in the Studio of their Gallery. There were a lot of color options to choose from too, it was hard to decide but I'm definitely pleased with my choice. No regrets! That is something else I loved about this, I was supporting a small business and an Artist and not some big company that could care less about me. I am all about supporting the Arts, small businesses, and anything local so this was very cool, a good find. Altogether I am very happy with my new Pendants and I would definitely recommend them to anyone who is looking for something different, artistic, and unique! :)"

- Clarice C.
Sandia Park, NM


Jezebel's glass is unlike any other glass in the world. Jezebel holds the patent on her technique for manipulating complexly colored and hand rolled sheet glass. Each piece of glass is hand colored with pigments and metals by trade secret. Then it is hand rolled onto a slab. After the glass has cooled it travels 1500 miles across the USA to Santa Fe where it is cut into shapes and slumped into your custom piece.

You may also like