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Iceni River Wolf pendants (PE1427)


These larger Wolf Spirit pendants and the gently rounder-faced Wolf Mother pendants are each carved into a Celtic stylised Wolf, an animal which has long been regarded with awe. Ceridwen, the Celtic moon and fertility Goddess was associated with wolves and there are many myths and legends about the wolf being a close companion of humans and tales of nurture. Conversely, the wolf's ferocity is also well told, reminding us of their power. The wolf has associations with the moon, wisdom and in Celtic lore, also with winter from Samhain to Imbolc.

The wood is a very special piece of burr oak bog wood. It has lain for millennia where it fell at the banks of the River Yare in the Celtic tribal lands of Britain once walked by the Iceni queen, Boudicca. The markings and colours within these pieces is incredible, making each one unique.

Each pendant is filled with our Druid's herb blend and includes herbs respectfully gathered from the land surrounding the sacred site of Stonehenge. The herbs are sealed inside with a plug of blackthorn wood, traditionally considered a plant of magick and secrets. You can see the plug at the back of the pendant in the fourth photo.

Please select your preference from the drop down box - numbers refer to the last photo.

If you have a preference between cotton cord or leather thonging please add a note in the message box during checkout.

Pendant size: 6.5 - 8.5 cm/2.5 - 3.5 inches long (approx.)
As these are generally larger and chunkier than our regular Wolf Spirit pendants, you may prefer to wear them as a statement piece during ritual ... or you may simply wish to wear them as a particularly eye-catching piece for day to day :-)

Item no: PE1427

Postage and packing (as a single item):
Within the UK - £4
International - £10
For orders containing multiple items, the postage and packing costs will automatically be combined to help to reduce it as much as possible.

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