These beautiful pendants come on an adjustable corded necklace. Each pendant is made in the USA of lead-free Pewter, and sent on a card which describes your chosen vision.
-Celtic Cross (Devotion) The Celtic cross is extensively used as a symbol of Christianity to show devotion to a higher spiritual power, and also as a tool for spiritual focus.
-Celtic Heart (Love) The heart is the universal sign of love. It is the most romantic of symbols, representing the souls in a visual continuity.
-Claddagh (Enduring Love) Two people come together in a deep friendship, signified by hands. Crowning this relationship with their loyalty and fidelity, and the heart symbolizing their eternal love for eachother.
-Claddagh Cross (Enduring Love) The Claddagh is a symbol of Ireland. Created in the 1600s in a small fishing village outside Galway, the two hands, heart, and crown represent friendship, love and loyalty.
-Dragon (Power) Celtic dragons live at the bottom of the lakes or guard trees, and they represent elemental power and protection.
-Green Man (Growth) The Green Man is primarily interpreted as a symbol of rebirth, representing the cycle of growth each spring.
-Nathair (Wisdom) Nathair, the snake is associated with wisdom, the Druids were known in Wales as Nadredd; in the fold of the Bards, Taliesin says ” I am wiseman, I am serpent”.
-Tree of Life (Provider) The tree is a bearer of food, a provider of shelter, and fuel for cooking and warmth.
-Thor's Hammer (Strength) The hammer of Thor, God of Thunder and Lightning, symbolizes strength and power. His hammer is worn for psychic protection.
-Triskele (Trinity) The triple goddess symbolizes the trinity in all of its forms: body, mind and spirit; maiden, mother, and crone; and the Christian trinity, the father, the son, and the holy spirit
-Triskele Shield (Moving Forward) The 3 branches are positioned in such a way so as to make the symbol appear as if it is in constant forward motion
-Well Cover (Healing) The Chalice Well is traveled to for its iron rich water that has healing powers. It is said that water runs constantly through the well, even in times of drought.
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