The pendant is 35 mm high including bail

Supplied on a 45 cm (18") chain, in a St Justin gift box.

Celtic Moon Gazing Hare Pendant

£16.50Price
  • According to many myths, the hare symbolises femininity, longevity and rebirth and is associated with the lunar cycle. The Anglo-Saxons depicted Ostara, the goddess of the moon, fertility and spring, with a hare's head. Eostre, the Celtic version of this goddess, was said to be a shape-shifter who turned into a hare at full moon. Both hares and rabbits were sacred to the celts and were used for divination and other shamanic practices.

  • The venerable alloy of pewter is made of 92% tin with copper and antimony to harden it and enhance casting. At St Justin the distinguished tradition of casting pewter lives on. High quality pewter ingots are fused in a crucible and the molten metal is poured into rubber moulds created from the original master design. 

    After cooling and linishing, the items are hand-polished and assembled by craftsmen

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