A talisman is are often portable objects carried on someone in a variety of ways- these come in the shape of a necklace with Celtic symbols. Made by me, feature a combination of silver plated, Tibetan silver and gemstones/crystals on a leather cord. Each crystal has its own unique vibe, rose quartz for example bringing some inner peace, to the palo santo beads for protection and luck.
Dara Celtic Knot: An interwoven design whose name comes from the Irish word ‘Doire’ which meaning “oak tree”. Celts and Druids revered nature, particularly ancient oak trees and considered them a sacred tree. Seeing the oak tree as a symbol of strength, power, wisdom and endurance. To bring strength and inner wisdom in tough situations.
The Triquetra and Ailm: This talisman features an interwoven Triquetra, whereby it creates the Ailm. The Celtic Ailm symbol is derived from the first letter of the Celtic Ogham alphabet, a symbol of a cross surrounded by a circle, the Ailm is thought to be a type of conifer or silver fir tree. In ancient Celtic tree lore, evergreen fir trees were associated with the healing of a person’s inner soul. Represents strength, endurance, and resilience as well as healing, purification, health, and fertility. The Triquetra symbolises the cycle of life, death, and rebirth, with the endlessly looping pattern representing eternity. Within Wicca, it represents our Goddess energy of Maiden - innocence, Mother - creation and Crone - wisdom. In combination, it is a reminder that we go through changes, stages and phases of life, but within it we are resilient, strong and able to heal ourselves.
Each one a slightly different in design, measuring approximately In length with an extension chain.