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This charm showing the axe of the goddess Scáthach grants energy and power.

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Scáthach's Axe


The most we know about the Celts comes from their objects of art they left behind - cave paintings, items consisting of metal and in rare cases famous writings like the Book of Kells tell about a big culture. After all the famous Celts that were the legendary ancestors of the Englishmen passed on most of their stories and myths only by oral tradition, so that only pieces of their legends and tales lasted till today.
For the Celts the material and the spiritual world were merging seamlessly, because they saw no difference between natural and supernatural reality and magic was an inherent part of every day life. The most popular motives in Celtic art were animals, spirals, knots, key patterns and intertwined figures, all symbols of Celtic religion and their belief in magic, unity, eternity and the endless cycle of life, death and rebirth. Celtic art finally made its way from England and Ireland to Europe in the years from 100 B.C. to 900 A.D.
The Welsh Goddess of Horses Rhiannon was especially worshipped by the Celts and according to ancient belief Rhiannon is said to grant fertility and abundance. Horses were an important part of the Celtic culture and therefore the name of the goddess Rhiannon is derived from Rigantona meaning "The Great High Queen". Stories about Rhiannon can be found in the medieval collection of legends Mabinogion.
This piece of jewelry was inspired by Celtic art and magic and is dedicated to the legends of Rhiannon - jewelry of this collection therefore can enrich and transform our life since the Celtic magic of the goddess is potent until today. This piece of jewelry possesses qualities that were admired by the ancient Celts and that they wanted to attract into their lifes by wearing similar charms and talismans.
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Scáthach's Axe: Scáthach's Axe ist said to grant its wearer power and energy in all circumstances. The combat skills of the Celtic goddess Scáthach were unsurpassed and many young Celtic warriors from all over the land came to her famous school to be trained as soldiers - for this reason the Isle of Skye was primary named after the school of war located there.

This jewelry is also available in gold

Scáthach's Axe: Divider, Start - [171 x 10 px] Divider, End (Page: Scáthach's Axe) [171 x 10 px]
Size:  about 4.0 cm (1.57 in) tall and 1.6 cm (0.63 in) wide
Height about 1 mm (0.04 in)
Pendant bail: about 3 mm (0.12 in) in diameter
Weight:  Weight of Jewelry: 3 g (0.01 lb)
Total Weight incl. Package: 10 g (0.02 lb)
Material:  Sterling Silver (stamped 925)
Delivery:  without chain or strap in a 10.0 x 7.0 cm (3.9 x 2.8 in) fancy package
Jewelry Line Up:  Legends of Rhiannon
Order number: 
Our Price:
EUR 20.70
Availability:  ships in 1-3 working days

This jewelry can be manually gilded by our skilled gilder - this special service only costs the given surcharge. Please be aware that for this service an extra time of 3-5 working days is needed before shipping.
For the given surcharge we furthermore also offer this piece of jewelry in partial gilding: Please state in the corresponding text box which parts of the jewelry shall be ennobled by our gilder and which are to be left untreated - an extra time of 5-7 working days is needed for this service.


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Pendant Arrow, Mist (Page: Scáthach's Axe) [136 x 22 px]

This jewelry is part of the jewelry line up "Legends of Rhiannon".

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Legends of Rhiannon Arrow, Mist (Page: Scáthach's Axe) [136 x 22 px]

This jewelry belongs to the jewelry line up "Legends of Rhiannon" - this line up can also be downloaded as a printable catalogue so that you can order by fax or mail:

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About us Arrow, Mist (Page: Scáthach's Axe) [136 x 22 px]
We were always fascinated by pieces of jewelry designed according to historical artwork and magical and other old motifs are a main area of our jewelry collection until today. Nowadays we all are surrounded by designs and motifs from all over the world which we usually choose according to visual aspects without considering the original meaning and symbolism of the various depictions. For sure the beauty of the different designs and materials is a good reason for selecting them but the affinity to a special piece of jewelry or art craft can be enhanced if one knows its deeper meaning and its origin. For this reason we always placed value on the accurate representation and information explaining the various pieces of jewelry in our collection.
Since the beginning of mankind jewelry served several different purposes. Already before the invention of money it was for example used as a kind of currency, as a status symbol or as a valuable asset that even could be passed on to future generations. Many pieces of jewelry also had a functional purpose like it is the case with fastenings for clothes, safety pins and belt buckles. However, at a more spiritual level the jewelry also had a symbolic meaning, showed the affiliation to and the status in a social group, and was worn for the protection from evil or simply to show one's own taste.
Since jewelry is such a diverse cultural asset the meaning of a given piece can depend on the point of view and beliefs of its creator. For example many cultures developed pieces of jewelry showing to others whether its wearer is married or single: In our Western world these are the wedding rings while in African countries e.g. special bracelets or necklaces are worn for this purpose. Whether we are talking about weddings jewelry or talismans and amulets that were used for protection - often the decorations and materials determine the symbolic meaning of a piece of jewelry.
Besides the various symbols and designs different cultures use for their pieces of jewelry also a variety of materials are deployed in jewelry production. At the beginning of mankind primarily pearls made of wood and bones and shells were crafted to pendants, since these rather soft materials could easily be processed and were readily available. Later on especially precious metals like gold and silver and various gems were used for valuable jewelry. Today the selection of materials available for the production of jewelry is especially large and various.
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shows a unique combination of material and symbolism. This is the information about our website and this page if you want to point to it:
  • Website: Our short desription is "Webshop for Gems, Minerals & Jewelry"
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We always try hard to add new jewelry designs to our range of products that are skillfully made and have a special meaning, because we want to offer our customers pieces of jewelry which are something special due to their symbolism and their beauty. Furthermore we try to take into consideration all cultures and epochs, so that everybody can find his quite unique piece of jewelry at our shop.

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