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Eire - Celtic Jewelry



Pendants come attached to a legend card
with a 33" long cord.

These Fine Pewter Pendants are Lead Free
and are Made in the USA.

$9.95 each
Celtic Beastie 542

Mythical Celtic beast that contains an important teaching for people, that anything is possible in the mysterious living world. Just because you haven't seen me, the Beastie tells us, doesn't mean I'm not real. As Shakespeare said; "There are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamed of in your philosophy". 1 5/8" diameter.
Celtic Beastie 543

Mythical Celtic beast that contains an important teaching for people, that anything is possible in the mysterious living world. Just because you haven't seen me, the Beastie tells us, doesn't mean I'm not real. 1 5/16" diameter.
Celtic Beastie 544

Mythical Celtic beast that contains an important teaching for people, that anything is possible in the mysterious living world. Just because you haven't seen me, the Beastie tells us, doesn't mean I'm not real. As Shakespeare said; "There are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamed of in your philosophy". 1 5/8" length X 1 7/16" width.
Celtic Cross 529
Celtic Cross 531

The celtic Cross predates the Christian Cross. It shows a circle on a cross. The four quarters it forms point to the four directions. To the North lies wisdom, silence, Winter and death. To the East lies rebirth, youth, Spring and growth. To the South lies vitality, vigor, Summer and strength. To the West lies knowledge, experience, Autumn and guidance. The circle which connects them is the cycle of the eternal returns of all these things. 1 7/8" length X 1 1/4" width.
Cernunnos 573

Cernunnos is an old Celtic Deity who is known as the Horned God. He is the Lord of Animals, and a special friend of the Stag, whose Antlers make up his Headdress. Cerunnos is the Lord of the Hunt and one of the spirits familiar to warriors. Cernunnos is the consort of the Goddess of Spring; one of the personalities of the Earth Mother. 1 3/8" diameter.
Clan Sword 537

This highland Scottish sword is a symbol of the integrity of the clan. Made by uniting a sword and a shield, it would have been hung on the walls of a castle, showing the clan was at peace. The weapons of defense were never let out of sight. Instead, they hung where they could be seen, reminding all that the warriors of the clan were always ready to defend their people, their families, and themselves. 3 1/16" height X 1 1/16" width.
Dragon 545

Legend holds that the winged Dragons of the British Isles were shy creatures; suspicious of humans, and given to solitude. They breathed fire, and could transfix a person through the power of their gaze. They were also greedy, amassing huge piles of wealth, which they never used, except as a bed. Dragons were always knowledgeable, being long-lived, and having excellent memories. If you could get a dragon to talk to you, it was said, they could tell you of all the ancient races and histories. 2 15/16" length X 1 1/4" width.
Dragon 547
Legend holds that the winged Dragons of the British Isles were shy creatures; suspicious of humans, and given to solitude. They breathed fire, and could transfix a person through the power of their gaze. They were also greedy, amassing huge piles of wealth, which they never used, except as a bed. Dragons were always knowledgeable, being long-lived, and having excellent memories. If you could get a dragon to talk to you, it was said, they could tell you of all the ancient races and histories. 2 9/16" length X 1 3/8" width.
Dragon 548

Legend holds that the winged Dragons of the British Isles were shy creatures; suspicious of humans, and given to solitude. They breathed fire, and could transfix a person through the power of their gaze. They were also greedy, amassing huge piles of wealth, which they never used, except as a bed. Dragons were always knowledgeable, being long-lived, and having excellent memories. If you could get a dragon to talk to you, it was said, they could tell you of all the ancient races and histories. 1 7/8" length X 1 3/16" width.
Dragon 552
Dragon 556
Dragon 559
Dragon 562

Legend holds that the winged Dragons of the British Isles were shy creatures; suspicious of humans, and given to solitude. They breathed fire, and could transfix a person through the power of their gaze. They were also greedy, amassing huge piles of wealth, which they never used, except as a bed. Dragons were always knowledgeable, being long-lived, and having excellent memories. If you could get a dragon to talk to you, it was said, they could tell you of all the ancient races and histories. 1 3/8" diameter.
Excalibur 535

This medieval style sword, ornamented with runes, is reminiscent of the legendary sword, given by The Lady of the Lake, to Arthur Pendragon, King of Camelot. Forged in the bowels of the earth by beings so ancient no living person even knows the name of their race. Excalibur was a sword which conferred invincibility to it's owner. 2 3/4" length.
Greenman 569

The Green Man is the God of the vegetable world. He dies each autumn and is reborn each spring. He therefore shows us the eternal returns of life and death, and reminds us that the food which sustains our lives is the proof of the cycle. He is the spirit of the spring, the vibrant virility of youth as well as the ancient wisdom of the elders who see the fragile, passing nature of all living things. 1 9/16" height X 1" width.
Greenman 572

The Green Man is the God of the vegetable world. He dies each autumn and is reborn each spring. He therefore shows us the eternal returns of life and death, and reminds us that the food which sustains our lives is the proof of the cycle. He is the spirit of the spring, the vibrant virility of youth as well as the ancient wisdom of the elders who see the fragile, passing nature of all living things. 1 1/4" diameter.
Gryphon 567
Horses 564
Macha, Celtic Earth Goddess 577

Macha is a fertility goddess who actually was worshipped in Ireland by the Picts before the arrival of the Celts. 1 3/8" height X 1 1/16" width.
The Horned God, Pan 575

Pan is the God of Spring from the old religion of Europe. He is the spirit of vital, adolescent male sexual energy. He is a playful spirit who likes to chase women, dance and play his reed pipes. He can be called the spirit of fun, enjoyment, and freedom from moral constraints. 1 15/16" height X 5/8" width.
Talisman of the Sacred Three 503
Talisman of the Sacred Three 504
Talisman of the Sacred Three 508
Talisman of the Sacred Three 509
Talisman of the Sacred Three 520
Scottish Thistle 539

The Thistle became the symbol of Scotland in the Reign of Alexander III when Scotland was being invaded by the Vikings. Legend goes that the Vikings had taken off their shoes so they could sneak up to the Scottish camp in silence. When one of them stepped on the spiny flower, he howled in pain. The Scots won the battle that followed, and the Thistle became the symbol of Scotland. 1 7/16" height X 15/16" width.
Irish Stag 570

The Stag is one of the deepest animal symbols of the European people ever found. The Stag is said to be the consort of the great Goddess, who found his lover yearly, while in a human form, at the festival of Beltane, the Rite of Spring. The Stag is a very sensitive animal. His full awareness can be triggered by any subtle sound. The Stag is also blessed with graceful, lordly movements, making it a natuiral metaphor for maturity. 1 1/4" diameter.
Celtic Hawk 538

The Hawk is a bird of prey; one invested with amazing speed, keen eyesight, a powerful grip, and complete freedom. The Hawk, like other birds of prey, was thought of as a warrior animal. Both the Hawk and the Human warrior need alertness and careful observation. This animal Spirit is said to bestow the gifts of far-sight and of clairvoyance. The Hawk's flight, with it's speed and accuracy, is symbolic of the Shaman's flight to other worlds, where only to think of the destination is enough tp arrive there. It's journey into the cold and clear heights reminds us of our power to go beyond the confines of this plane, and fly to the heights of spirit. 1 3/16" diameter.
Celtic Raven

The Raven is a bird of prophecy and magical knowledge and has been associated with the Celtic goddess Morrigan and other Crones. In Celtic Myth the goddess Morrigan flew over battlefields in the form of a raven and chose who would live and who would die. The Morrigan is also known as the "Washer at the Ford" as she washed the clothes of those soon to die in battle. Her symbol - the Raven is a bird of the darkness. In that darkness - healing, wisdom, and the unfolding of mysteries happens for those who still their minds enough to allow it to enter. 1 1/16" height X 1 1/4" wide.
Sheela-Na-Gig

Sheela-Na-Gig is an ancient Celtic Goddess who celebrates the mysteries of life. Her opening is the source of profound pleasure, the source of life, and a metaphor for the Cosmos; the womb of infinity; the space out of which the universe is born. With her smile, Sheela-Na-Gig seems to laugh at the small concerns that rule mundane lives. Her domain is the eternities of time and space, in which all births and deaths are only dreams that last no longer than an eye blink. 1 1/16" height X 15/16" wide".

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