Cultured pearl pendant necklace, 'Celtic Tradition' - Celtic Pearl Necklace Curate

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Celtic Tradition

Celtic Pearl Necklace

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In the heart of Dublin, designers at a family-owned jewelry studio draw on the backdrop of their ancient city, founded in the 8th century, to create classic designs that incorporate classic Celtic motifs. This rhodium plated sterling silver and cultured pearl pendant necklace features a classic Celtic trinity knot, also called the triquetra. Found in ancient Celtic texts like the Book of Kells, it has also become a symbol of the Christian holy trinity. In Celtic tradition, it symbolizes strength and unity-the knot itself has no beginning or end. It can represent past, present, and future, or the stages of a woman's life according to Celtic lore: young woman, mother, and grandmother.

  • 0.11 kgs
  • 0.3 lbs
  • Chain length: 45.7 cm L
  • Chain length: 18" L
  • Pendant: 1.7 cm L x 0.6 cm W
  • Pendant: 0.7" L x 0.3" W

  • 925 rhodium plated sterling silver, cultured pearl
  • Spring ring clasp
  • Rhodium-plated
  • High polish finish
  • Cuban Link chain
  • Free Jewelry Packaging? Yes
  • Premium Jewelry Gift Box? Yes
  • Made in Ireland.
  • Ships fast from USA.

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