THREE HARES 2-sided Pendant + Necklace, 30mm wide (Stock)
THREE HARES 2-sided Pendant + Necklace, 30mm wide (Size Guide)
THREE HARES 2-sided Pendant + Necklace, 30mm wide (Side View)
THREE HARES 2-sided Pendant + Necklace, 30mm
Three Hares lead-free, nickel-free Pewter Pendant with an adjustable Black Cotton Cord Necklace. The design is on both sides of the Pendant. FREE UK Delivery by Royal Mail 1st Class.
You will receive one THREE HARES Pendant from stock
Lead-free, nickel-free Pewter
Total Length: 42mm (1"+5/8") including the bale
Width: 31mm (1¼")
Includes black cotton cord Necklace with sliding knots which adjusts from 36cm to 73cm (14" to 28.5") approx
The Hare design is on both sides of the Pendant
Presented on a themed card backer with a plastic sleeve
FREE UK SHIPPING by Royal Mail 1st Class
Hare Trinity is a pagan motif which has been found in China (earliest example in caves near Dunhuang 589-618 AD), India, Russia, and across Europe and Briton, and the symbol still exists today. The illusion is that although there are three hares in the symbol, the ears join to look like two. Ostara (Oestre, Eastre) is the Anglo-Saxon Goddess associated with East, resurrection, re-birth, spring and dawn. She is also the Maiden aspect of the three-fold Goddess. Pagans of old made offerings of coloured eggs to her at the Vernal Equinox. She is associated with rabbits and hares. The hare and the moon are also associated with Immortality ~ because the Hare is a symbol of the Moon. Hare was supposed to have laid the Cosmic Egg from which all life emerged.
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