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Celtic Animals

The Celtic animal pendants range was designed because most of the Celtic jewellery these days do not do the animal figures any favours. The pendants in this range have a matted/roughed up silver background, making them look more stone-like, symbolizing their connection with nature, the land and the past.

The animals figures are raised from their rough base, with a smooth surface and accented with 18kt gold. These designs are based on a modern-day blend of Pictish and late Celtic styling. The range is available world-wide through the PeterStone Company as the 'GrayWolf Collection'.

These pendants aren't actually for sale through this website yet, but you can read about their myth and meaning here, and if you wish to purchase these pendants please click one of the following links;

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Collach - Boar

Collach - Boar

Helps face difficult challenges

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The wild boar is one of the most respected animals by Celtic warriors. With it’s imposing shape and size, the boar demands respect. Its strength and ferociousness in battle made it a well loved icon for warriors. Often featuring on shields and weapons, they hoped it would give them a fraction of energy from this animal.
 
Boars were also associated with feasts and abundance. The Irish sea-god Manannán possessed magical boars, which could be eaten one day, and they’d re-appear the next, ready to be eaten again. They can therefor also be considered a symbol of rebirth.
 
The Boar will help you face difficult challenges in your life, and battle them to ensure victory.


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Mac Tíre - Wolf

Mac Tíre - Wolf

Helps to teach us independece

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As the wild counterpart of the dog, the wolf is more connected to nature and the wilds. Fiercely loyal to friends and family, it is a frightening animal to those they oppose.
 
Historically, bands of warriors that lived on the outside of the community protecting those within from harm, were associated with wolves. The Morrígan also takes on the form of a wolf during her battle with Cú Chulainn in a river ford.
 
The Wolf will help you choose your ‘pack’ wisely, and to defend those that you love. At the same time he can teach you independence as well.


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Nathair - Snake

Nathair - Snake

Helps us make a new start

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Snakes are strongly associated with rebirth and healing as well as wisdom. The Scottish lore on snakes is very similar to the Irish lore of the salmon.
 
Many traditional poems about the festival of Imbolc, or the day of the goddess Brighid, include the re-awakening of the snakes at spring, as they come out of their winter hiding places. They are also found guarding important treasures in some Celtic lore, and can therefore also be viewed as guardians.
 
The Snake brings rebirth and healing into your life, and allows for a fresh, new start.


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Bradán - Salmon

Bradán - Salmon

Helps us gain knowledge

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The salmon is among the oldest of animals in existence according to Celtic myth, and of all the old creatures it is the wisest.

Deep in the Otherworld the Well of Wisdom can be found, and around it grow nine hazel trees. Inside the well lives a salmon, and each time a nut falls into the well the salmon eats it. In Ogham lore, the Hazel is the tree of wisdom and knowledge, and for each nut of wisdom the salmon would eat, another speckle would appear on her body.

The salmon can help you dive deeper and gain better knowledge that will grow into wisdom with time and patience.


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Fabhcún - Falcon

Fabhcún - Falcon

Helps us see things differently

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Many tales speak of eagles and falcons being amongst the oldest creatures on our earth, and that they possess ancient knowledge. They are believed to be able to stare into the Otherworld by a type of hovering in mid air often referred to as 'praying'.
 
No other animal in this world has a sharper eyesight than a falcon. They have no trouble detecting the tiniest of movements from the greatest of heights.
 
The Falcon can help you see things from a different perspective, and find things that no human could ever locate on their own.


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Snáthaid Mhór - Dragonfly

Snáthaid Mhór - Dragonfly

Helps us through transformations in life

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“Beautiful flies” are mentioned in many Celtic tales, and they refer to the form often taken on by a human spirit. In some tales this is a butterfly, in others it may be the dragonfly.
 
In the old Irish tale of Etain, she is first dropped into a pool of water where she transforms into a worm. Then later on, she changes into a ‘beautiful fly’, and gets swallowed by a woman who later on gives birth to her in the form of a child. This can be seen as the embodiment of the different stages in life, and the changes we all go through. It starts off as aquatic, then transforms and takes flight.
 
The Dragonfly helps ease us through our many transformations in life. These are rarely easy but through them we become stronger.


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Madra - Dog

Madra - Dog

Helps defend ideal and keep harmony

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Dogs are loyal companions and strong guardians. They’ve helped mankind throughout history during hunts and battles, as well as protecting family and livestock. The infamous Celtic hero Cú Chulainn, meaning ‘Hound of Cullan’, received his name after he made the mistake of killing the smith’s guard dog. To make up for Cullan’s loss, he takes on the role of the dog and becomes the guardian himself. A demi-god, willing to take on the role of a dog certainly shows how important these animals are to the Celts.
 
Dogs are the ‘tamer’ side of the same energy we associate with wolves. While they can be just as fierce and loyal, they’re willing to obey in order to help out.
 
The Dog will help you defend your ideals, but at the same time keep harmony among those around you.


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Rón - Seal

Rón - Seal

Helps to bring luck and joy

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Seals are believed to possess the ability to stare into the Otherworld as well as your soul. Much myth and legend surround these playful characters. One story tells that they originated from the drowned offspring of Eithne.
 
Selkies were often mistaken to be seals, as they are shape-shifters. The females can choose to take on a human form by leaving and hiding their seal skin. If a human finds their skin, they would ‘own’ them and could claim them as their wife. But should the Selkie ever find her skin again, she would leave her new family behind to return to the sea forever, without ever looking back.
 
The Seal is a symbol of pure beauty, always shrouded in mystery. She will bring its wearer both luck and joy.
 


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