Celtic “Tree of Life” Pendant

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Designed by Angus MacLeod

Hand Crafted by Piper Pewter

2″ diameter with a 24 inch soldered curb link chain.

Crann Beatha -The Celtic Tree of Life is often drawn showing the branches reaching skyward and the roots spreading out into the earth below symbolising the Druid belief in the link between heaven and earth. Trees were an important aspect of Celtic Culture. They provided shelter and food, and warmth through fire wood. They also acted as a home for other animals, birds and insects. The Druids would hold their classes and meetings under the trees and, when clearing a settlement, the ancient Celts would always leave a tree standing in the centre. Spiritually, the Celts believed that trees were the ancestors of man and had a connection to the other world. The most sacred of trees was the oak, or daur in Gaelic, which is where we get the modern word door. So the oak tree, literally would have been the door to the other world.