Celtic Hare Triquetra Pendant

  • £29.00
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The hare symbolises femininity, longevity and rebirth and is associated with the lunar cycle. The Anglo-Saxons depicted Ostara, the goddess of the moon, fertility and spring, with a hare’s head. Eostre, the Celtic version of this goddess was said to be a shape-shifter who turned into a hare at full moon. Both hares and rabbits were sacred to the Celts and were used for divination and other shamanic practices. Symbolising eternal love, linking the mind, body and spirit, the Triquetra also represents the Triple Goddess (maiden, mother and crone), and was later adopted as the Trinity Knot, blessing and invoking the Holy Trinity of Christianity.


  • Designed and handcrafted in Cornwall
  • Solid Pewter with high polished oxidised finish
  • Flat back with shaped profile
  • 18" Tin plated trace chain
  • Presentation box included


Height (mm): 34
Width (mm): 14
Thickness (mm): 3
Weight (g): 4
Hallmark: No

Note: Pewter contains NO Lead or Nickel.

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