Sterling Silver Paua Shell Celtic Tree of Life Pendant
925 sterling silver Tree of Life with Triquetra branches over a natural Abalone Paua Shell disc.
30mm high x 22mm wide including chain bale and weighs 3.85 grams.
Complete with Astral Aspects satin drawstring pouch.
Suitable chains to go with this pendant are shown below
Symbolism & Meaning
The Tree of Life was the Celts' way of connecting heaven to earth. The branches inter-twining into the heavens, and the roots meandering into the earth - it was their interpretation of how life was everlasting.
The Triquetra is made up of three interlocked vesicae piscis with a central circle. Originally a Celtic symbol, today it is used to represent several trinities. Pagans and Wiccans regard the triquetra as a symbol of the Triple Goddess - maiden, mother and crone, whilst for Christians it has come to represent the Holy Trinity - Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Others believe it represents the trinity of Mind, Body and Soul.
Paua is the Maori name given to a group of shells also known as Abalone. Revered by tribes throughout the world as a magical gift from the ocean, Paua/Abalone shells are fished and farmed on a well-managed and sustainable basis. This vibrant shell is connected to family, particularly motherhood and harmony in relationships; the energies of Paua Shell are said to give protection and emotional balance.
Wearing Tree of Life jewellery signifies your connection with nature and the celebration of life.
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