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The circle symbolises the Kingdoms of Earth and Spirit, while the Cross represents the dominion of God. The Celtic Cross is worn for inspiration and intuition.
The ancient symbol of love and affection ornaments a traditional cross design representing the four seasons of the Celtic year and is worn to attract true and happy friendship.
The magical pentagram encircled and enhanced by Celtic knotwork is the tradition amulet of the Celtic magician and was worn for achieving will power and success.
The Dolphins represent harmony and spirituality while the traditional Triskilian design shows the three realms of being. This charm may be worn for guidance and inner peace.
The ancient Norse believed the world was created of five elements: Air, Fire, Water, Earth and Ice. The Ice Dragon symbolises their combined energy and is a symbol of harmony and stability.
The Fylfot of never-ending knotwork has been linked with Thors hammer and is an ancient sign of the suns strength, might and will. This charm is said to enhance personal energy and natural talents.
An ancient universal symbol, the Trefot is set among three spirals of continual motion, which signify the three realms of being, and is said to create opportunities.
The moons phases govern the shamanic magic called Seidr, taught to Odin by Norse goddess Freya, which has inspired this charm said to promote clairvoyance and psychic ability.
The man in the moon in Norse myth was Mani, who shone with the light of Not, Viking goddess of the Night. This charm is reputed to attract beneficial change and inspiration through dreams.
The Valknutr represents Odins power while the lunar symbolism stands for Freya, Norse goddess of magic who taught Odin secret skills. This pendant is worn for realising ones dreams.
The star design shows the eight winds and eight worlds of ancient belief, with our world Midgard shining at the centre of creation. This pendant is reputed to promote leadership and advancement.
An ancient cross of Celtic origin encircled by Viking Runes, the nine stars represent the nine nights Odin hung on the World Tree to learn their secrets. This symbol was worn for knowledge and magical ability.
The magical pentagram encircled and enhanced by potent runes is the traditional amulet of the Nordic magician and is reputed to help achieve the desires of the wearer.
Two mythical unicorns rise from the sea foam, enchanting with their supernatural beauty and purity. The Sea Unicorn symbolises a free spirit and represents love and courage.
The star design shows the eight winds and eight worlds of ancient belief with our world Midgard shining at the centre of creation. This pendant is said to promote health and vitality.
An ancient universal symbol. The Triskilian or Sun Wheel is set among three spirals of continual motion. The Isle of Man has adopted this emblem as its own, and, when worn, it stands for optimism and progress.
An ancient universal symbol, the Trefot shows the three realms of being in the Viking world. Here, Thors sacred goat is incorporated for magical power. This pendant is worn for achievement of goals.