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Show off your Celtic faith in style with these different Celtic pendants.
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Those born under Alban Eiler Celtic Birth Pendant are gifted with the grace and elegance of the Celtic Sun God’s swan-maiden bride.
To the Celts, this mighty Alban Elfed Celtic Birth Pendant was totem of horned god Cernunnos and magical Merlin.
Celtic Cross Charm- Derived from a unification of Christian and Pagan symbolism, this Celtic Cross Charm is worn for Good Health.
Celtic Cross Heart Pendant- The ancient symbol of love and affection ornaments a traditional cross design with this Celtic Cross Heart Pendant.
Celtic Cross Pendant- The circle symbolizes the Kingdoms of the Earth and Spirit, while the Cross represents the dominion of God.
Celtic Cross Rune Pendants are for Knowledge and Magical Ability.
Celtic Pentcross Pendant- This Celtic Pentcross Pendant is a powerful synthesis of Christian and Pagan symbols interwoven around the everlasting Celtic Knot of Life
Chalice Well Pendant- This beautiful Chalice Wel Pendant show The cover of Glastonbury’s Chalice Well in the mystical Isle of Avalon which fuses symbols of the three worlds of Celtic mythology.
Cwn Annan Celtic Birth Pendant- The Hounds of the Underworld, Cwn Annan Celtic Birth Pendant enliven the Celtic folk-tales of the famed Mabignon.
Keyne Celtic Birth Pendant- This Keyne Celtic Birth Pendant shows Keyne, daughter of Welsh King Brychan, who turned venomous snakes into stone through her prayers.
Lughnasagh Celtic Birth Charm- This Lughnasagh Celtic Birth Charm shows how The Celts honored the feast of sun god Lugh.
Samhain Celtic Birth Charm- This Samhain Celtic Birth Charm shows a symbol which The Celts celebrated New Year’s Eve on October 31, a night of supernatural magic.
Sidellu Gwynder Celtic Birth Pendant- A goat-stag and linked with mid-winter, the Sidellu Gwynder Celtic Birth Pendant was considered a beautiful beast.
Twr Tewdws Celtic Birth Pendant- The rising of Twr Tewdws Celtic Birth Pendant marked the ‘April Showers’, an event of great significance to ancient agriculture.