Celtic Triskele Copper Pendant
Beautifully hand-crafted etched and aged copper pendant featuring the triskele or triple spiral symbol. Believed to be a pre-celtic symbol dated back to the neolithic era and later adopted by many cultures and faiths. It represents the concept of the trinity. Mind, body and spirit. Maiden, mother, and crone as well as land, sea and sky. We have them with spirals going both clockwise and anticlockwise. Some are matched pairs made simultaneously with the metal cut from the same stock, maybe even mined from the same ore and created in the heart of the supernova of a dying sun. These are intended to be sold in pairs to be worn by a couple to represent their undying bond to each other making them perfect wedding, handfasting or anniversary gifts. This is a substantial pendant measuring approx. 25mm long x 20mm wide and 3mm thick (1" x 3/4" x 1/8" approx.) and weighing in at around 12g (just under 1/2oz). It comes on a copper wire ring as illustrated and supplied on a long, black adjustable cord in a velvet gift bag. Each is handmade and totally unique, no two are the same. The photograph is an example only. All items are made to order, as such we will send you photographs of your item prior to dispatch for your approval. Copper and its alloys; bronze and brass, are natural materials with proven antimicrobial properties and although we can make no claims, some say anti-inflammatory effects useful for joint pain. Unless otherwise stated your piece will come coated in a tough invisible transparent lacquer to protect the finish however over time and depending on how its treated this coating may break down. As such, depending on your body chemistry and atmospheric conditions this piece may leave a harmless greenish deposit on the skin. This is easily washed off and can be minimized by keeping it clean and dry or lacquering/waxing it yourself. Non-UK customers. Please note your country may charge import duty, VAT or other taxes on foreign imports. We are in no way accountable or responsible for this and the payment of any such charges are solely the buyer’s responsibility. We suggest you familiarize yourself with your country’s import regulations before ordering to avoid any unpleasant surprises.