There is a bit of history and culture woven into the design of this Copper Wheel of the Year Pendant. Symbolic, not of mysticism and magic, but instead of the eight major events of the pagan calendar, this pendant is quite the intriguing sight to see. This circular pendant is divided into eight major sections, each of which features vivid imagery that pertains to one of the eight pagan holidays. The eight major holidays pictured are, listing clockwise, Midsummer, Lughnasadh, Mabon, Samhain, Yule, Imbolg, Ostara, and finally, Beltane. Symbols for the seasons adorn four of the wedges, and zodiac signs are carved into the rim of the pendant, to allow for easier tracking of time, according to the pendants depiction. The pendant is richly detailed and crafted entirely in fine copper metal, which is finished with an anti-tarnish coating to preserve its stunning color. It comes as a pendant only, and so requires a chain for wearing. Touches of Celtic styling only enhance this pendants design, while its unique contents make it quite the impressive curiosity. Not only does it serve as a stunning accent, but this Copper Wheel of the Year Pendant will also have others curious as to the meaning of the various symbols found in its design!
- An Original Design by Sculptor Paul Borda
- An Intriguing Wheel Pendant with Various Symbols and Designs
- Primarily Depicts the Eight Main Pagan Holidays
- Crafted Entirely from Fine Copper Metal and Given an Anti-Tarnish Coat
- Offered as the Pendant Only
- A Stunning Personal Accent and a Fantastic Gift Idea
- Diameter: 1.75 Inches