Triskelion Spiral Paua Shell Jewelry Set
- SKU: JCJS01
- Categories: Celtic Earrings, Celtic Jewelry, Celtic Jewelry Sets, Celtic Necklaces, Celtic Necklaces and Pendants
- Tags: Paua, Triskelion
- The spiral represents the sun and is a symbol of growth, change, and expansion in the natural world
- Crafted from the Paua shell from New Zealand and made in the USA, each shell has its unique facets and qualities
- Pendant is approximately 1⅜ inches wide
- Earrings are 1/2 inch wide and include nickel-free stud and backers
- No two of these pieces will ever be the same
In Irish mythology, the spiral represents the sun and is a symbol of growth, change, and expansion in the natural world.
These Triskelion Spiral Shell pendants and earrings are just as unique as you are! Crafted from the Paua shell from New Zealand and made in the USA, each shell has its unique facets and qualities. No two of these pieces will ever be the same. The pendant is approximately 1⅜ inches wide and includes an 18-inch stainless steel chain. The stud earrings are 1/2 inch include nickel-free stud and backers. This jewelry set makes a wonderful gift for the nature lover in your life or to add to your collection of Celtic-themed jewelry.
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While the snake has taken on a negative meaning in later times, especially in Christianity mythology, in the Classical world the snake was beneficial, and symbolized healing, regeneration and rebirth – the snake could shed its skin and be born anew.
- Mystic Zirconia Crystal Stone
- Rhodium Plated
- Chain included
- Durable, shiny finish
- Please note the difference in stone color, these are natural and real amber, the photo shows the difference in hues, however, we always try and best match necklace amber to the earings amber.
Ravens figured heavily in Celtic mythology and legend. They were linked to darkness and death, especially the death of warriors in combat – an obvious reflection of its tendency to eat carrion, plenty of which is to be found in the aftermath of battle.