Spiritual & historical jewellery, in pewter, gold/silver accents & sparkling stones.

Beowulf's Dragon Horn

Hero of the famed Anglo-Saxon epic poem, Beowulf vanquished the monster Grendel who terrorised his village.  Beowulf's drinking horn, with dragon motif, was shared between tribal warriors celebrating success after battle; strengthening ties of friendship and fellowship.  In pewter and glass, enhanced with gold and/or silver and sparkling red and 'diamond' gems.  comes complete with chain and presented in a satin gift pouch.
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Beowulf's Dragon Horn

Drake's Leviathan Pendant

Sir Francis Drake, Vice Admiral, sea captain, known pirate and vanquisher of the 'Spanish Armada' was the first Englishman to circumnavigate the globe and favourite of Queen Elizabeth I.  The Leviathan was a feared and fabled sea monster who sunk many a ship.  This anchor and serpent design is a tribute to Britannia's rule of the waves and the fearless adventurers who sailed for Her under the Union Jack. In pewter and glass, enhanced with gold and/or silver and sparkling blue gem. Comes complete with chain and presented in a satin gift pouch.

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Drake's Leviathan Pendant

Hampton Court Rosy Cross Pendant

Built in 1514 by King Henry VIII's most powerful advisor, Cardinal (Thomas) Wolsey, Hampton Court Palace was the most opulent residence in England.  So much so, that King Henry coveted and obtained it!  In pewter and glass, enhanced with gold and/or silver, sparkling red gem and three drop 'pearls'.  Comes complete with chain and presented in a satin gift pouch.

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Hampton Court Rosy Cross Pendant

Keepers of the Sacred Flame Pendant

The Romans brought their deities to Britain, amongst whom, Minerva and Vesta were adopted and worshipped as Domestic Goddesses of the hearth and home, their shared symbol was the Sacred Flame - used for both warmth and cooking.  Here, the Goddesses unite supporting the Sacred Flame, offering double protection to the home, family and loved ones.  In pewter and glass, enhanced with gold and/or silver and sparkling red gem. Comes complete with chain and presented in a satin gift pouch.

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Keepers of the Sacred Flame Pendant

King Alfred's Dragon Pendant

King Alfred defended the kingdoms of southern England against Viking invaders and was the only English king to receive the epithet 'The Great', in recognition of his fairness and courage.  The majestic dragon emblem is a perfect representation of nobility, wisdom and valour of the blood royal. In pewter and glass, enhanced with gold and/or silver and sparkling red gem.  Comes complete with chain and presented in a satin gift pouch.
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King Alfred's Dragon Pendant

Lion Heart Pendant

King Richard I - 'Couer de Lion' - The Lionheart, was every inch the warrior king.   Known for his skill as a great military leader, brave warrior and proponent of courtly love and chivalry.  Loved and respected by his subjects, this impressive heart design honours the nobility present in 'Crown and Lion', heraldic symbols of English kingship.  In pewter and glass, enhanced with gold and/or silver and sparkling red gems. Comes complete with chain and presented in a satin gift pouch.
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Lion Heart Pendant

Lyonesse Pendant

The island kingdom of Lyonesse lay off the Cornish coast in ancient times, but mysteriously disappeared - sunk beneath the sea.  Legend states only one survivor and his white horse escaped, riding the surf to safety and to tell the tale.  It is said when the bells of Lyonesse ring out beneath the waves, the kingdom will rise again. The horse symbol is a perfect representation of the beauty and mystery of that lost undersea realm.  In pewter and glass, enhanced with gold and/or silver and sparkling green gem.  Comes complete with chain and presented in a satin gift pouch.
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Lyonesse Pendant

Queen Boudicca's Torc Pendant

In AD 60, a widowed Queen fought fiercely against Roman invaders who sought to enslave her tribe, the Iceni.  Famed for her tallness, loud voice, flowing mane and piercing stare, Boudicca was every inch a warrior-Queen.  As royalty, she wore a large, golden 'torc' necklace to proclaim her royal status.  The golden torc captures her fierce protection and devotion to her people, whilst paying tribute to her indomitable sprit.  In pewter, enhanced with gold and/or silver. Comes complete with chain and presented in a satin gift pouch.

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Queen Boudicca's Torc Pendant

Silbury Serpent Pendant

Silbury Hill is a massive, man-made Neolithic dome, built in three stages from 2660 BC and part of the sacred Avebury complex of standing stones.  Like a rounded pyramid, the potent dragon energy of the sacred land coils about its core, linking the cycles of growth and harvest.  In pewter and glass, enhanced with gold and/or silver and sparkling green gem.  Comes complete with chain and presented in a satin gift pouch.

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Silbury Serpent Pendant

Spirit of Arden Pendant

The Forest of Arden was located in the English county of Warwickshire.  The mysterious Spirit of Arden is a sprite of the forest, resembling both leaf and stone, creative, green-fingered and at one with nature.  In pewter, enhanced with gold and/or silver. Comes complete with chain and presented in a satin gift pouch.

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Spirit of Arden Pendant

St Michael Relic Pendant

St Michael is known as the patron of chivalry and is honoured by St Michael's Tower at Glastonbury Tor and St Michael's Mount in Cornwall. The St Michael Relic represents the knight's code of chivalry and personal honour and King Arthur's Round Table quest for the 'Holy Grail'.  The wings and sword of St Michael are enclosed in a torc, favoured adornment of Albion's great warriors.  In pewter and glass, enhanced with gold and/or silver and sparkling yellow and amber gems. Comes complete with chain and presented in a satin gift pouch.

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St Michael Relic Pendant

The Last Unicorn Pendant

Mysteriously beautiful, the Unicorn is a fabulous mythological beast that features in royal coats of arms.  It is said that Unicorns - always solitary - once roamed Albion (the ancient name for Britain), but that none survived, except in legend and the hearts of the pure of spirit.  A symbol of selfless devotion, beauty, goodness, strength and purity, the Unicorn is a perfect symbol for Seekers of Truth.  In pewter and glass, enhanced with gold and/or silver and sparkling blue gem. Comes complete with chain and presented in a satin gift pouch.

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The Last Unicorn Pendant

The Old Sarum Cypher Pendant

Old Sarum, the original settlement at Salisbury in Wiltshire, is close to the stone circles of Stonehenge and Averbury. Celts, Romans, Anglo-Saxons and Normans lived through the centuries at Old Sarum, before it fell into ruin.  Holding the collective knowledge of past civilisations, with a hidden labyrinth of ancestral wisdom at its heart, the beautiful Old Sarum Cypher.  In pewter and glass, enhanced with gold and/or silver and sparkling pink gem. Comes complete with chain and presented in a satin gift pouch.

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The Old Sarum Cypher Pendant

The Sword of Sherwood Pendant

Robin Hood, the legendary 'robber of the rich', lived with his band of merry men in the heart of Sherwood Forest.  Of noble birth, supporter of King Richard 'Coeur de Lion' during his absence from England on Crusade, Robin of Loxley became an outlaw whilst fighting for the rights of the common man against the injustices of King John.  The Sword of Sherwood bears the runes of forest trees and represents bravery, loyalty and an altuistic generosity of character. In pewter and glass, enhanced with gold and/or silver and sparkling green gems.  Comes complete with chain and presented in a satin gift pouch.

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The Sword of Sherwood Pendant

The Yorvik Compass Pendant

The ancient Kingdom of Yorvik had its centre at York in the late 9th century, from which Norse settlers, farmers and artisans would sail along the North Sea coast to settlements far and wide.  A seafaring people, the Vikings relied on the stars and compass to steer a safe passage.  A symbol of the Viking love of the sea and their famous Dragon Longboats, the Yorvik Compass Pendant represents fearless independence and a love of discovery.  In pewter and glass, enhanced with gold and/or silver and sparkling red and yellow gems.  Comes complete with chain and presented in a satin gift poucsh.

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Tristan & Iseult Love Token Pair Pendant

The most famous romance of courtly love from the 12th century, the tale of Tristan and Iseult tells of Cornish Knight, Tristan and Irish Princess, Iseult, who fell in love but were kept apart by fate. Their tragic love endured through separation to be immortalised in song, story and poetry.  This wonderful 'Love Token' may be worn by two friends or lovers; each half serving as reminder of its missing partner.  When joined together, they complete the heart, as love completes life itself. Supplied as one pewter pendant - half enhanced with silver, half enhanced with gold.   Comes complete with chain and presented in a satin gift pouch.

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Tristan & Iseult Love Token Pair Pendant

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