Symbolism

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  • People pendant

    Strength of the people pendant

    £186.00

    Inspired by the Celtic trinity knot a symbol of strength, but with figures with open hands in the place of the angles, the Strength of the People pendant symbolises the strength coming from having one another.

    Polished to the highest of standards.

    Limited Edition of 50 pieces

    All the pieces are signed, numbered, hallmarked by the Birmingham Assay Office and accompanied by a Certicate of Authenticity.

    Weight: 18.3g

    The pendant can be on sterling silver chain, coloured leather or silk cord.

    Please select your preferences from the drop-down menu.

    Two silver or gold-plated versions of this pendant on any cord or chain are ready to be dispatched in 3-4 working days.

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  • Eye with stone

    Eye with stone pendant

    £190.00

    Pendants in the shape of an eye with blue stone is believed to offer protection against the “evil eye”.

    Polished to the highest of standards.

    Limited Edition of 50 pieces

    All the pieces are signed, numbered, hallmarked by the Birmingham Assay Office and accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.

    Weight: 13g

    The pendant can be on sterling silver chain, coloured leather or silk cord. Please select your preference from the drop-down menu.

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  • Dragon ring

    Dragon ring

    £234.00

    The origin of the word “dragon” has been traced to the Greek word, “derkein,” meaning “sharp-sighted one”, the “one that sees”. Indeed in many mythologies dragons are the guardians of treasures and powers. However, even if the word was meant to describe a snake, it can, also, be seen to an extent as describing “the wise one”, turning the creature into an allegory of prophecy and wisdom. For the Chinese, the dragon is a symbol of wisdom, power and good luck. According to Feng Shui, seeing an image of a dragon can enhance a tremendous benefit in fame, reputation and career.

    The Red Dragon, “Y Ddraig Goch” in Welsh, is also the symbol of Wales.

    Polished to the highest of standards.

    Limited Edition of 50 pieces

    All the pieces are signed, numbered, hallmarked by the Birmingham Assay Office and accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.

    Weight: 14.8g

    The ring is adjustable but please select your ring size from the drop-down menu. Size Chart

    A gold-plated sterling silver version of this piece with Red Rubies in any size is ready to be dispatched in 3-4 working days.

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  • Seahorse ring

    Seahorse ring

    £250.00

    The seahorse is a little creature full of surprises and much different from the other creatures of the sea. Even its uniquenes, as a relatively calm, and mild-mannered creature, the seahorse is seemingly content to roam the seas. Their bodies are geared for ambling-type motion and not for speed. Thus, they symbolise patience and contentment. They are happy with being who they are, where they are and are in no hurry for advancement.

    For the Celts the meaning of the seahorse included all the mystical qualities of water, connecting it to the imagination and creativity.

    The Ancient Greeks and Romans believed the seahorse was an attribute of the sea god Neptune/Poseidon and the Chinese thought of it as a sea dragon. As such, the seahorse was considered a symbol of strength and power. Sailors have long viewed the seahorse as a good luck charm, too.

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    Limited Edition of 50 pieces

    All the pieces are signed, numbered, hallmarked by the Birmingham Assay Office and accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.

    Weight: 25g

    The ring is adjustable but please select your ring size from the drop-down menu. Size Chart

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  • Celtic Tree of life

    Celtic Cross of the Tree of Life necklace

    £1,250.00

    This large and dark pendant is the combination of two common Celtic symbols: the Celtic Cross and the Tree of Life.

    The Celtic Cross derives from the sun worshiping symbol of an even-armed cross inside a circle. This even-armed cross within the circle has been ascribed many meanings, one of which includes the meeting places of the divine energy, of self, nature, wisdom and divinity. A person needs to have knowledge of all four in order to be whole and to shine and here comes the circle and the sun. St Patrick is said to have taken this ancient symbol and extended one of the lengths to form a melding of the Christian Cross and the sun symbol, and thus the birth of the Celtic Cross.

    The Tree of Life is a symbol of balance, harmony and rebirth. In people’s lives it represents how a person grows but at the same time they remain attached to their roots. The branches go upwards and extend but some of them stay forever connected with the roots.

    On this pendant, the front branches along with the tree trunk form the shape of a cross, while the branches at the back connect with the roots creating a circle. Out of the four stones, only one is red as clear reference to the story of Eve’s apple.

    This oxidised silver necklace is an one-of-a-kind piece, completely unique. It is on an 18 inches long chain.

    The piece is signed, numbered, hallmarked by the Birmingham Assay Office and accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.

    Weight: 70g

    This piece is ready to be dispatched in 3-4 working days.

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