Charms and their meanings ...  Thai 925 Sterling Silver

Celtic Heart

" Infinite Love" The endless knot is a form of maze in which a line can always be followed back to its starting point. With no single starting or end point, it symbolizes infinity and the complexity and interconnectedness of life.

Celtic Heart with Trinity Knot

Heart = Love Triquetra = Triple Goddess "Love the 3 stages of the goddess" Trinity Knot is a symbol composed of three interlocked vesica pisces, marking the intersection of three circles. It is most commonly a symbol of the Holy Trinity (Father, son, Holy spirit) used by the Celtic Christian Church. The triquetra symbol predates Christianity and was likely a Celtic symbol of the Goddess (The Triple Goddess, Maiden-Mother-Crone).

Four Hearts Connected

Four hearts, connected as one.

Filigree Heart

Floral love

Heart with Flower

Floral love

Heart

The heart symbol is a universal symbol for love, caring, and affection and dates back to the mid-13th century where it was found in a manuscript. By the end of the Middle Ages, the shape of the heart became more frequently used as a symbol for love.

Celtic key with Trinity Knot

Keys evoke the tension between seeking and finding, restricting and releasing, withholding and giving, prohibiting and admitting. The individual with the 'key' momentarily becomes threshold guardian and opener of the way. Humans are looking for the key to self-discovery, peace of mind, the heart of a beloved.

Celtic Trinity Knot

The celtic knot meaning or symbolism of the three-lobed Triquetra or Trinity knot is the inter-connection of the three planes of existence: mind, body, and spirit.

Celtic Peace

"Eternal Peace" The Eternity Knot - could be any of the celtic knot design patterns that has a closed path. It means that such Celtic knots neither have a beginning, nor an end.

Dara Celtic Knot

Meaning of 'Dara' can be traced to an Irish word, doire which means 'oak tree'. The Dara Celtic knot is associated with the root system of oak trees. The Celtics and especially, Druids considered the oak tree as sacred. Oak tree is the symbol of destiny, power, strength, wisdom, leadership and endurance. Roots of the oak tree represented in the knot are symbolic of the great source of inner strength or divine resources we possess.

Celtic Trinity Knot

Circle represents the feminine. Trinity Knot is a symbol composed of three interlocked vesica pisces, marking the intersection of three circles. It is most commonly a symbol of the Holy Trinity (Father, son, Holy spirit) used by the Celtic Christian Church. The triquetra symbol predates Christianity and was likely a Celtic symbol of the Goddess (The Triple Goddess, Maiden-Mother-Crone).

Celtic Triskelion

The triple spiral is an ancient Celtic symbol related to the sun, afterlife and reincarnation. This shape is seen at the Neolithic “tomb” at Newgrange Ireland, where it is supposed by some to be a symbol of pregnancy (the sun describes a spiral in its movements every three months; a triple spiral represents nine months). They are one of the most common elements of Celtic art; both in ancient and modern Celtic art, especially in relation to depictions of the Mother Goddess.

Celtic Weave

The endless knot is a form of maze in which a line can always be followed back to its starting point. With no single starting or end point, it symbolizes infinity and the complexity and interconnectedness of life.

Celtic Claddagh

The Irish Claddagh Symbol is named for the Irish coastal town of Claddagh (pronounced “clawh-dah”), where the ring design is attributed to an ancient local legend. The now famous tale, about a townsman kidnapped into slavery, who returns to present a ring to his true love, is one of the most popular romantic tales of Ireland. Despite the romantic story, Claddagh rings are a traditional token of loyalty and friendship as well as romantic love.

Filigree

This celtic knot represents Wisdom.

Double Triquetra

Trinity Knot is a symbol composed of three interlocked vesica pisces, marking the intersection of three circles. It is most commonly a symbol of the Holy Trinity (Father, son, Holy spirit) used by the Celtic Christian Church. The triquetra symbol predates Christianity and was likely a Celtic symbol of the Goddess (The Triple Goddess, Maiden-Mother-Crone).

Framed Triquetra

The celtic knot meaning or symbolism of the three-lobed Triquetra or Trinity knot is the inter-connection of the three planes of existence: mind, body, and spirit.

Celtic Harp

The harp/lyre was the most honoured ceremonial instrument of ancient Greece, Rome, Mesopotamia, Egypt and Europe. The harp was perceived as objects of earthly stuff and divine invention, bringing together the material and nonmaterial realms. The harp is the oldest official symbol of Ireland.

Celtic Woven Endless Celtic Knot

The endless knot is a form of maze in which a line can always be followed back to its starting point. With no single starting or end point, it symbolizes infinity and the complexity and interconnectedness of life.

Celtic Endless Knot

Meanings for Four-Cornered (Quaternary) Celtic Knots > Indication of the four directions: North, South, East, West. > Indication of the four seasons. > Indication of the four elements: Earth, Fire, Water, Air > Indication of the four Celtic fire festivals: Samhain, Beltane, Imbolc, Lughnasadh. > An emblem of Brigid, also known as the Queen of the Four Fires a she demonstrates her four-branched wisdom of hand, hearth, head and heart.

Shamrock

The Shamrock is one of the oldest Celtic symbols. The shamrock is a native species of clover in Ireland. A Catholic legend holds that St. Patrick used it’s three lobes as a device for teaching the Holy trinity. To the Druids who came before, it symbolized a similar “three in one” concept- the three dominions of earth, sky, and sea, the ages of man, and the phases of the moon. In Celtic folklore, the Shamrock is a charm against evil.

Heart Fleur-de-lis

4 Hearts with the Fleur-de-lis > Joan of Arc carried a white banner that showed God blessing the French royal emblem, the fleur-de-lis, when she led French troops to victory over the English in support of the Dauphin, Charles VII, in his quest for the French throne. > The Roman Catholic Church ascribed the lily as the special emblem of the Virgin Mary. > Due to its three "petals," the fleur-de-lis has also been used to represent the Holy Trinity.

Fleur-de-lis

English translation of "fleur-de-lis" is "flower of the lily." This symbol, depicting a stylized lily or lotus flower, has many meanings. Traditionally, it has been used to represent French royalty, and in that sense it is said to signify perfection, light, and life. Legend has it that an angel presented Clovis, the Merovingian king of the Franks, with a golden lily as a symbol of his purification upon his conversion to Christianity.

Shamrock

The Shamrock is one of the oldest Celtic symbols. The shamrock is a native species of clover in Ireland. A Catholic legend holds that St. Patrick used it’s three lobes as a device for teaching the Holy trinity. To the Druids who came before, it symbolized a similar “three in one” concept- the three dominions of earth, sky, and sea, the ages of man, and the phases of the moon. In Celtic folklore, the Shamrock is a charm against evil.

Four-Leaf Clover

The four leaf clover is one of the most common good luck symbols of the Western world. The four leaves represent hope, faith, love and luck. This is the most shared belief. Some say the four leaves represent fame, wealth, love and health. All agree that the four leaf clover is one of the most auspicious good luck symbols around. Chances of discovering a four leaf clover are 1:10 000. For that reason alone we see it is lucky indeed.

Four-Leaf Clover

Four Leaf Clover Belief during the Middle Ages was that a person who carried the rare four leaf clover would have the ability to see fairies. The bearer could also recognize witches and potential evil spirits lurking about. The clover in this conviction does not seem to serve those faint of heart, but certainly served as a precaution against all threats they believed to be very real. This was believed to be a true protection against the evil eye. They have been considered lucky for centuries.

Double Peace Celtic

Chalice Well at Glastonbury Tor Along with the folklore of the Grail, the Chalice Well is held to have great curative powers, and is supernaturally gifted, as a well, so that it will never run dry. The Chalice Well is a place where serenity seems to reign and, where one may retreat to spend a few moments trying to become just a little bit closer to the Gods. Chalice Well Garden, therefore, is itself a 'chalice' -- a cup holding the presence of Divinity.

Infinity Swirl

A double spiral is used to represent the equinoxes, the period of the year when the length of the day and night are the same and they occupy twelve hours each of the entire day

Peace Heart

Heart = Love Peace = Peace = Bliss! This symbol was born in the UK about 50 years ago. It was used in anti-nuclear protests in Trafalgar Square in London. The sign was taken from the semaphores, or flag symbols, for “N” and “D” (which are the first letters in “Nuclear” and “Disarmament”) and the circle was drawn to connote the world or the earth.

Heart with Cross

"Love Christ" The cross is a symbol that is central to Christianity. The cross also symbolizes Jesus’ salvation to the world where his life was taken and then he rose days later to show that He was the Son of God.

Ankh

There are many Egyptian goddesses that are represented in hieroglyphs that are found holding the ankh. The gods are portrayed holding the ankh by its loops. Another belief of the ankh is that it represents 'life', especially 'eternal life'. Some also refer to it as the crux ansata, which means the 'key of life'. It is also believed to be a symbol of power to sustain the person holding it. They are supposed to then have a long life from holding or wearing the ankh.

Cross

The cross is a symbol that is central to Christianity. The cross also symbolizes Jesus’ salvation to the world where his life was taken and then he rose days later to show that He was the Son of God.

OM

The Om represents God, Creation, and the Oneness of all creation. It is most commonly used in Buddhist and Hindu religions. Om is more specifically called Pranava, which means, “it infiltrates life and runs through our breath.” The first breath of creation signifies that Om is the primordial sound. Om is often seen as the utmost of all mantras or vibrations.

Spiral

It's probably the oldest known symbol of human spirituality. Has been in rock carvings 1000's of years old, globally. Almost certainly has a connection with the sun, which traces a spiral shape every three months in its travels. The spiral is the symbol of spirit in Wicca, an emblem of the Goddess.

Celtic Triquetra with Pentagram, Synthetic Amethyst and Celestial Design Pendant

The Pentagram is a symbol of a star encased in a circle. Always with 5 points (one pointing upward), each has its own meaning. The upward point of the star is representative of the spirit. The other four points all represent an element; earth, air, fire, and water. All these things contribute to life and are a part of each of us. To wear a pentagram necklace or other form of jewelry, is to say you feel the connection with the elements and respect the earth.

Star of David & Hand of Fatima

Hamsa & Star of David Star of David symbol originated in ancient Jewish tradition. Records say that hexagrams were used as decorative motifs in synagogues as far back as the 3rd to 4th century. Some believe that the six points of the star represents God’s rule over the universe in all directions: north, south, east, west, up and down. Others believe that the two triangles, which point in opposite directions, are symbols of the duality of human nature or the relationship between God and man.

Hand of Fatima

The Hamsa Hand is an ancient Middle Eastern amulet symbolizing the Hand of God. In all faiths it is a protective sign. It brings its owner happiness, luck, health, and good fortune.

Lotus

From ancient times the lotus has been a divine symbol in Asian traditions representing the virtues of sexual purity and non-attachment. Hindus revere it with the divinities Vishnu and Lakshmi often portrayed on a pink lotus. Goddess Sarasvati is portrayed on a white-colored lotus. Often used as an example of divine beauty, Vishnu is often described as the Lotus-Eyed One. Its unfolding petals suggest the expansion of the soul.

Lotus

The lotus flower retracts at night and then emerges beautifully the next morning. The Egyptians associated the lotus flower with the sun, which also disappeared in the nighttime. In Buddhism, the lotus flower meaning is known for exactness, spiritual awakening, and purity, because the lotus flower emerges from dark and muddy waters and then transforms into a beautiful flower. In Hinduism, the lotus flower meaning is associated with fruitfulness, spirituality, attractiveness, affluence, eternity.

Leaf

Leaves

Vine

Vine

Tree Of Life

The Tree of Life is a many-branched tree that represents the interconnectedness of all life on our planet. It is a motif that is present in various religions, mythologies, and philosophies. The Tree of Life illustrates that idea that all life on earth is related and we all have the same beginnings. With beauty and diversity, we are all leaves on the same Tree of Life.

Celestial Ball

Celestial ball, moons and stars - our beautiful night sky.

Heart Moon

Moon with hearts.

Moon And Star

Crescent moon and star were used during the time of Greek Empire to represent their goddess ‘Diana’. Diana was the goddess of the hunt, the moon, and nature being associated with wild animals and woodland, and having the power to talk to and control animals. Oak groves were especially sacred to her as were deer.

Swirl Filigree

Spirals

Clef Note

A clef is a musical symbol used to indicate the pitch of written notes. Placed on one of the lines at the beginning of the stave, it indicates the name and pitch of the notes on that line. Music is all around us - birds, the wind, the rustle of the leaves, the waves, the sun and our cosmos - all are singing magical vibrations that surround us daily.

Dream Catcher with Synthetic Turquoise

A dreamcatcher is thought to catch bad or negative dreams and is seen as a symbol of unity among Native Americans. The dreamcatcher meaning derives from an ancient story of a special spider mother whose children moved to all corners of the land. Their mother and grandmothers sewed magical webs for her children using cordage made from plants, sinew and willow hoops. The dream catchers were meant to keep out any bad dreams and promote only good dreams for the children.

Feather

Feathers mean a lot to Native American Tribes. A feather isn’t just something that falls out of a bird, it means much more. The feather symbolizes trust, honor, strength, wisdom, power, freedom and many more things. To be given one of these is to be hand picked out of the rest of the men in the tribe - it’s like getting a gift from a high official.

Sand Dollar

Sand Dollar The term sand dollar (or sea cookie or snapper biscuit in New Zealand, or pansy shell in South Africa) refers to species of extremely flattened, burrowing sea urchins belonging to the order Clypeasteroida. Some species within the order, not quite as flat, are known as sea biscuits. Related animals include other sea urchins, sea cucumbers, and starfish.

Sand Dollar

Sand Dollar The term sand dollar (or sea cookie or snapper biscuit in New Zealand, or pansy shell in South Africa) refers to species of extremely flattened, burrowing sea urchins belonging to the order Clypeasteroida. Some species within the order, not quite as flat, are known as sea biscuits. Related animals include other sea urchins, sea cucumbers, and starfish.

Scallop

The scallop shell is one of the most iconic symbols of the Camino de Santiago and today it is used to guide pilgrims heading to Santiago de Compostela along its many different routes. It is said to be a metaphor, its lines representing the different routes pilgrims travel from all over the world, all walking trails leading to one point: the tomb of Saint James in Santiago de Compostela. Medieval pilgrims wore a scallop shell attached to their cloaks or hats during their journey to Santiago.

Crawling Turtle With Synthetic Chrysocolla

The cosmic turtle: found in many traditions is the idea that the world rests on a great turtle, a universal symbol of strength, permanence, stability and longevity.

Owl

The Owl is the bird of wisdom and prophecy. The owl was famously sacred to Athene, Greek Goddess of wisdom.

Filigree Cat

Cats have a contraditory symbolism, appreciative of human attentions but also strongly independant and often with a secret life beyond the home, especially at night. They are very aware of beings that humans cannot generally see, ie. the fairy, elemental, angelic and spirit kingdoms.

Butterfly

In many traditions the miraculous life cycle of caterpillar-chrysalis-butterfly represents the journey of the soul from life through death to heaven and ultimately resurrection.

Horse

The horse embodied swiftness, strenght, nobility and energy. It was the royal beast of the ancient Celts, and for the Norse it understood the wisdom of the gods. In China they were the bearers of spiritual and worldly gifts.

Celtic Dragon

The Ouroboros often represents self-reflexivity or cyclicality, especially in the sense of something constantly re-creating itself, the eternal return, and other things perceived as cycles that begin anew as soon as they end. The dragon represents the untamed forces of nature, and often dwelt deep within the earth or sea. The triquetra is a trinity symbol. It predates Christianity and was likely a Celtic symbol of the Goddess, and in the North, a symbol of the god Odin.

Celtic Dragon

The dragon represents the untamed forces of nature, and often dwelt deep within the earth or sea. A red protector dragon has been a symbol of Wales for more than a thousand years, and dragons of various sorts featured heavily in late heroic tales, especially those of the exploits of Merlin.

Filigree Oval

Representation of a dragon egg.

Viking Ship

Viking Ship