Bjorn’s Triskele Pendant

 

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$30 Bronze / $75 Silver

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Description

Creation, Preservation, and Destruction. The triskele is an important Celtic symbol with many meanings. Tap into the power of the Ancient Celts with our Triskele Pendant.

Design Details

This pendant is 1” wide by 1 ⅜” tall (25 x 35 mm), and comes with an 18” gold or silver-tone steel chain. Available in bronze and sterling silver.

Symbolism of the Triskele

The triskele is a symbol common used in ancient Celtic art. It is especially associated with the Isle of Man where the ancient College of Druids was centered. The design emphasises the numeral three, which the Celts used to symbolize the principles of creation, preservation and destruction embodied also as the the cycle of life: birth, death (rebirth), triple goddess: maiden, mother and crone, and the phases of the moon.

Why would a Viking wear a Celtic triskele pendant? We imagine he brought it back from of of the raids he went on!

Additional information

Weight0.04375 lbs
Dimensions1 × 1.375 × .25 in

1 review for Bjorn’s Triskele Pendant

  1. Anthony Teano (verified owner)

    A gift for myself, I opted for the silver pendant and I have no regrets. The pendant has some nice heft to it. The chain it comes with is okay as a starter chain, but it is very thin and is 18 inches long. It fits me like a choker. Fortunately the loop on the pendant is big enough so I can get a thicker more masculine chain to wear it with, as pictured with Bjorn. One thing I always like about any Crafty Celts listing is that they include a synopsis of the design’s history. Here’s their description of the triskele design: “The triskele is a symbol common used in ancient Celtic art. It is especially associated with the Isle of Man where the ancient College of Druids was centered. The design emphasizes the numeral three, which the Celts used to symbolize the principles of creation, preservation and destruction embodied also as the the cycle of life: birth, death (rebirth), triple goddess: maiden, mother and crone, and the phases of the moon.” How cool is that?

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