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  • Triquetra Pendant
    $48.50 Choose Options Triquetra Pendant
    The triquetra is one of the basis of all designs in Celtic culture. As a symbol for the trinity, often associated as a variation of the Tri-skell, it depicts the three forces of nature that the Celts believed existed: earth,...
  • Cladda Pendant
    $48.50 Choose Options Cladda Pendant
    The Claddagh is a traditional Irish friendship/wedding ring symbolizing "the person who holds and governs your heart." This pendant is to be given by the person who holds and governs your heart - and lies above your own as a...
  • Tynan Bands Pendant
    $58.50 Choose Options Tynan Bands Pendant
    Taken from the cross at Tynan abbey Co. Armagh This is a knot formed of four oval bands interlaced by a fifth band tying all together. The four seasons held throughout the year this is a mother earth symbol. One of grounding...
  • Three Lions Long Pendant
    $58.50 Choose Options Three Lions Long Pendant
    Taken from the 6th-8th Century manuscript the Book of Kells. This symbol for St. Mark (who stressed Christ's power and royalty) and symbolises a protectorant from evil. This is a symbol of transcendence and release,...
  • A'isling Cross Long Pendant
    $58.50 Choose Options A'isling Cross Long Pendant
    This emblem is known as the fret or key pattern. It developed simultaneously throughout the world. In the Native American culture it is used as a seasonal or changing symbol, in eastern thought as a positive directional...
  • Antrim Knot Pendant
    $48.50 Choose Options Antrim Knot Pendant
    Taken from an ancient slab in Northern Ireland this pictish knot, also found in the Kells and Lindisfarne manuscripts is composed of one line, it forms a anti clockwise pattern symmetrically balanced North to South, East to...
  • O'Carrolan's Knot Pendant
    $38.50 Choose Options O'Carrolan's Knot Pendant
    This pattern named for the famous celtic harper is taken from the decorative illumination of the 6 th. to 8 th. century manuscript the " Book of Kells . It is formed from one line unsymmetrical but strangely balanced. It was...
  • Lindisfarne Knot Pendant
    $48.50 Choose Options Lindisfarne Knot Pendant
    This three sided knot has been taken from the gospels of Lindisfarne a 7th century manuscript. It is constructed using one line. a sign of completeness and protection. The pattern is created using one continuous line...
  • Four Hearts Pendant
    $48.50 Choose Options Four Hearts Pendant
    Taken from the Bore stone of Gask, in Perthshire. This complex, pictish pattern, shows four hearts. Balanced North, South, East, and West forming a cross this would have been thought of as a symbol to protect love from evil...
  • Britford Knot Pendant
    $48.50 Choose Options Britford Knot Pendant
    Taken from a carved stone at Britford near Salisbury. This pattern is constructed from two lines, when studied closely two patterns emerge similar to the Star of Eire and the Iona Knot. The star a directional symbol is used...