Wolf Pendants (PE1686)
These pieces are each newly carved into Celtic stylised wolf pendants, and the gently rounder-faced wolf mother.
The wolf is 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 of #1 is beautifully dark Fenland bog oak which is around 2,300 years old, dating back to the time of the Iron Age. #2 is Avalonian bog oak from the Glastonbury area of Britain which is also around 2,300 years old. #3 and #4 are both carved from redder-toned Irish bog yew which is, incredibly, around 5,000 years old.
The pendants are all filled with our protective herb blend which includes herbs respectfully gathered from the land surrounding the sacred site of Stonehenge. The herbs are sealed inside with a plug of blackthorn which was carefully gathered at the time of the first harvest, known in the Pagan calendar as Lammas.
The back of the pendants each has a bindrune for protection added and this can be seen in the second to last photo.
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Pendant size: 5 - 5.5 cm/A little over and under 2 inches long (approx.)
Item no: PE1686
Standard postage and packing:
Within the UK - £5
International - £15
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