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Celtic Tree Of Life Pendant, 14K Gold

Celtic Tree Of Life Pendant, 14K Gold

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This Celtic Tree of Life pendant is handmade of solid 14K yellow gold. It is 24mm in diameter (1.4mm thick) and the interlace is hand-pierced. Ships with a free 18″ sterling silver chain. Gold chains are available on request.

For more about the Bellchamber Tree of Life, see https://bellchamber.net/product-category/tree-of-life/ and https://bellchamber.net/product/celtic-tree-of-life-pendant/ 

Two Hearts Interlace Pendant

Two Hearts Interlace Pendant

The Two Hearts Interlace pendant pictured is made of 14K yellow gold and features hand-pierced interlace. The pendant photographed is what you will receive. Note that there are two hearts in one all connected by Celtic interlace. The modern symbol of love, the Heart was first seen in the 1200’s in an illustration of a knight offering his heart to his love. It is recognized as the shape of Cupids arrow.  This pendant is serial numbered A290. It measures 2.2cm x 2.7cm and is 1.5mm thick and was handmade at Bellchamber’s. Comes shipped with a free 18″ sterling silver chain.

Spiral Triskele Pendant

Spiral Triskele Pendant

A gorgeous Spiral Triskele pendant in white. Handmade at our store with a pierced effect, performed with a coping saw blade that is only 0.4mm thick! The earrings are 15mm in diameter. Earrings available separately, or together with this pendant a set.

Spiral Triskele Earrings

Spiral Triskele Earrings

A gorgeous Spiral Triskele set in white. Handmade at our store with a pierced effect, performed with a coping saw blade that is only 0.4mm thick! The round pendant has a 20mm diameter and the earrings are 15mm. Also available independently as pendant or earrings.

Bailey Triskele Pendant

Bailey Triskele Pendant

Lean more about the Bailey Triskele design here. Available in wide or small variants and a choice of precious metals. Catalogue numbers: P203 - wide Bailey Triskele pendant P202 - small Bailey Triskele pendant

Bailey Triskele Earrings

Bailey Triskele Earrings

Lean more about the Bailey Triskele design here. Sizewise, these would fit inside a nickel. Available in sterling silver starting around $100 ($130 when pierced), and in other precious metals by custom order. Catalogue numbers: E203 - wide Bailey Triskele earring set ...

Priestly Triskele Earrings

Priestly Triskele Earrings

These are called Priestly Triskeles, after the client whom helped design them. The Celtic Triskele represents eternity and good luck. They can be made as a charm as well. Catalogue numbers: E202 Priestly Earrings with drop-ball stud In 14K gold starting around $350...

Set Gemstone Earrings

Set Gemstone Earrings

Here we see a client's diamonds she inherited, set into a new handmade pendant and matching white gold earrings. Visit us with with your stones we'd be happy to quote on custom setting.

Hall Triskele Cuff

Hall Triskele Cuff

The Hall Triskele features a spiral design which  has been found in Japanese family crests and Maori art, as well as ancient Celtic Bibles such as the Book of Durrow and in the Book of Kells. It has also been adopted as a symbol of the BDSM movement. Can be made in...

Hall Triskele Pendant

The Hall Triskele features a spiral design which  has been found in Japanese family crests and Maori art, as well as ancient Celtic Bibles such as the Book of Durrow and in the Book of Kells. It has also been adopted as a symbol of the BDSM movement. Can be made in...

Thor’s Hammer Ragnarok Pendant

Thor’s Hammer Ragnarok Pendant

Thor is the Scandinavian God of Thunder and the guardian of the Rainbow Bridge separating Valhalla (Heaven) & Earth. His Hammer Mjölnir made him invincible versus any foe. From about the 5th Century to the 12th Century AD Thor's Hammers were popular amulets worn...

Winnipeg Spiral Triskele Pendant

Winnipeg Spiral Triskele Pendant

I designed this pendant flying home from the Winnipeg Folk Fest. I wanted to incorporate the early zoomorphic bird patterns on the Witham shield, an artifact dredged up from the river Witham in Lincolnshire UK in 1826. The pendant design is an abstract pattern of two...

Vancouver Raven Winged Spiral Pendant

Vancouver Raven Winged Spiral Pendant

Bill Reid & Charles Edinshaw are the two Canadian Artists that inspired me to become a metal smith. I was inspired to make this particular design after I visited the Anthropology Museum in Vancouver in March '06. Within 24 hours of landing in Vancouver I was on my...

Labyrinth Pendant

Labyrinth Pendant

The Labyrinth is different from a maze in that it has no beginning and no end. If one follows a line to the centre of the labyrinth it jumps across and spirals out to the circumference and then spirals back to the center. Often they were used as mandalas to meditate...

Gwyndd Celtic Cross

Gwyndd Celtic Cross

The Cross of Gwyndd is an 8th-century Celtic cross. This cross is 2cm tall and available in sterling silver or gold. The center is polished and suitable for setting a birthstone and the sides have Pictish-style triskele knotwork.   Catalog Info: CR-16

Carndonagh Celtic Cross

Carndonagh Celtic Cross

The Carndonagh Cross is from an standing stone artifact found in the town of Carndonagh, which is in the Inishowen peninsula of Ireland. Some also refer to it as the Donagh High Cross. Most historians date it to the 7th century and a few others date it to the 5th...

Aberlemno Celtic Cross

Aberlemno Celtic Cross

The Bellchamber Cross of Aberlemno is a 9th-century Celtic cross of Pictish origins. The gold or silver version of this cross is 2cm tall. Celtic Knotwork is on each arm of the cross and a clover knotwork design is on the centre boss.   Catalog Info:...

Simple Celtic Cross

Simple Celtic Cross

This Celtic cross is 3cm tall and looks especially good when it is peirced. Its simple style is reminiscent of later crosses from the 12th century to the 20th Century. Available in gold, platinum or silver.   Catalog Info CR15

Rune Charms

Rune Charms

Runes are a form of writing that dates to little over two thousand years ago. Scandinavian and Germanic tribes used this alphabet better known as Futhark and it was spread from England to Europe to Scandinavia. There is some evidence of it in Istanbul, Greenland,...

Claddaugh Charm Pendant

Claddaugh Charm Pendant

This pendant is made from a traditional Irish Claddaugh ring. The ring shank is removed and it is flattened in order for it to be worn comfortably. It also looks good as a bracelet too. Each is individually handmade in the precious metal of your choice.   Catalog...

Crescent Triskele

Crescent Triskele

Inspired by the shape of the crescent moon and the heart, the Crescent Triskele Pendant features three different triskele patterns and two small spirals at the terminal points. It's very feminine and pleasing. The triskele represents the past present and future,...

Moore’s Loveknot

Moore’s Loveknot

This design is found in the Book of Kells. The design is reminiscent of two hearts drawn together in the dance of life. It also represents eternity and love because the repetitive motif is a triskele. Many of these designs are found in the Book of Kells and...

Celtic Wheel of Life Knot Pendant

Celtic Wheel of Life Knot Pendant

Taken from the pages of the Book of Kells (circa 825) AD and Pictish symbol stone crosses of the 7th century. This Celtic interlace pattern is known as a Wheel of Life because it is symmetrical both vertically and horizontally. It represents heaven on earth, the four...

Undley Saxton Bracteate

Undley Saxton Bracteate

The Undley Saxon bracteate, shown here in 14K gold. The artifact itself is now in the British Museum and dates to the 5th century (c450-480). The runes are thought to read "Victory! Meed for kinsmen". Our version is just under the size of a quarter.   Catalog...

Birds of a Feather Pendants

Birds of a Feather Pendants

After visiting the West Coast in 2006 I was inspired to create a design from nature. The Rocky Mountain, The Ravens, Eagles & Thunderbirds and the first flowers of the year are all abstract motifs in this custom pendant. There are two birds in each piece, one...

Iron Age Bird Pendant

Iron Age Bird Pendant

This Triskele Pendant has simplified bird heads in spiral design. The artifact that this design comes from dates to ~ 200 BC in Germany. It decorated the top of a brass sword scabbard. Likely the heads represented eagles or ravens. Ravens and other corvade mate for...

Raven Triskele Pendant

Raven Triskele Pendant

The original Raven Triskele was carved in whalebone. It is quite 3-dimensional at 4cm tall (1.5") and has a nice weight of ~ 16grams in sterling silver. When you see a crow or raven there are always 2, but when you see three together it is a representation of a family...

Dragon Ouroboros Pendants

Dragon Ouroboros Pendants

The Dragon Ouroboros is a serpent eating its own tail. A symbol of the universe; of never ending. It is a personification of the wheel of life; always in motion for eternity. Ouroboros literally means tail eater. This motif's history can be found in Egyptian designs,...

Greenman Ring

Greenman Ring

The Greenman is a motif that is found in Europe, Britain, Africa and Asia. Often it is depicted in medieval churches carved into the wood work or masonry. It is a masculine face with leaves sprouting from the eyes, nose and mouth of the face. Jack in the Green is...

Greenman Pendants

Greenman Pendants

The Greenman is a motif that is found in Europe, Britain, Africa and Asia. Often it is depicted in medieval churches carved into the wood work or masonry. It is a masculine face with leaves sprouting from the eyes, nose and mouth of the face. Jack in the Green is...

Celtic Tree of Life Pendant

Celtic Tree of Life Pendant

The Tree of life is an ancient symbol found in all cultures. To the Celts, the Oak tree was the most important tree representing wisdom, longevity and family. The word "Druid" can be translated as "oak-knower". The tree symbolizes the connection of heaven and earth by...

Buck Crest Signet Ring

Buck Crest Signet Ring

The first metal ring ever made was likely a signet ring. Signets can indicate family, heritage, or status but above all symbolize a specific meaning. Before there was even a written language, rulers (who could afford them), property owners, and officials likely used a...

Irish Harp Signet Ring

Irish Harp Signet Ring

The Celtic Irish Harp signet ring, shown here in sterling silver.  The Trinity College Harp is the national symbol of Ireland and is attributed to Brian Boru, her first king.

Double Venus Ring

Double Venus Ring

This pattern incorporates the symbol for the roman goddess Venus.  It is also the alchemical symbol of copper, and gender symbol for female. Symbolically, copper was the first metal that was able to be formed into tools in the stone age, which advanced whomever used...

Girón Pentacle Ring

Girón Pentacle Ring

This band features a star-shaped knot commonly called a pentacle. It is a shape that represents the 5 elements in Pagan spirituality; fire, earth, water, air and spirit. It looks very handsome with the background pierced or solid. A pentacle is a pentagram (five...

Hall Triskele Ring

Hall Triskele Ring

The Hall Triskele features a spiral design which  has been found in Japanese family crests and Maori art, as well as ancient Celtic Bibles such as the Book of Durrow and in the Book of Kells. It has also been adopted as a symbol of the BDSM movement. Can be made in...

Ancient Triskele Ring

Ancient Triskele Ring

This Celtic Triskele design is typical of Iron age patterns found on sword scabbards. It can be found from Ireland to Britain to Hungary dating to the 1st century ad. The Iron age Celts of Euorpe would have been trading goods with Mediteranian cultures. Their...

Battersea Shield Ring

Battersea Shield Ring

This design represents protection, luck, and the cycle of life. The Battersea Shield is an artifact from Iron Age Britain. Dated to 350-50 BC, it was found in the river Thames at Battersea Bridge in London, England. Although very simple looking, there is much meaning...

Amphreville Triskele Ring

Amphreville Triskele Ring

The Amphreville Triskele is a Celtic pattern dated to 500 BC. It's found on a Celtic helmet d’Amfreville-la-Mi-Voie, made between the 5th or 4th century BC. Its motif is of an ancient spiral design representing the dance of life, meandering left and right and back to...

Anglo-Saxon Runes Ring

Anglo-Saxon Runes Ring

Runes are one of the earliest alphabets, and where used for their enchanting properties as well as communication. Beginning 1600 years ago they have been discovered on swords, stones, and in this case on ancient rings. The Bellchamber Anglo Saxon rune ring is based on...

Davies Dragon Ring

Davies Dragon Ring

This ring features a tribal dragon in a Mobius pattern. There is a theme of the Ouroboros as well because the head is biting its own body. On one side of the pattern there is a crown representing royalty, and the body surrounds a triskele spiral sun. Influences for...

Four Wolfhounds Ring

Four Wolfhounds Ring

The number 4 to the Celts was powerful in its representation of the four directions, the four elements, and the four seasons of the year. The wolfhound symbolizes strength, loyalty and intelligence. It is an excellent symbol of the family, since the wolf is known to...

Dragons of Jelling Ring

Dragons of Jelling Ring

The Jelling Cup is an artifact that was found in the city of Jelling, Denmark. It's attributed to being owned by a Viking King, Gormr, and dates to the 10th Century. Dragons are symbols of the powerful and supernatural. This motif is an abstract Dragon Mobius typical...

Welsh Dragon Ring

Welsh Dragon Ring

The Welsh flag is referred to as "Y Ddraig Goch", a red dragon on a green and white field. The earliest record of this symbol is the 7th of August, 1485, during the reign of King Henry the VII. The red dragon symbolizes wisdom, strength and the supernatural.  It can...

Scythian Dragon Ring

Scythian Dragon Ring

The Dragon as a symbol is found in nearly all cultures and represents the supernatural side of nature. An interesting symbol, the dragon is extremely lucky, magnetic, and intelligent. A dragon is typically depicted as a large and powerful serpent or other reptile,...