Original designs inspired by mythology (Celtic and Nordic), nature (animals, the Green Man), fantasy styles (unicorns, wizards, fairies, dragons), Wicca (pentacles), history, and the Far East. This is the right address if you are seeking Pagan jewellery for the 21st century.
We are manufacturers and direct importers of these items and we try to keep most of what we sell constantly in stock. We also offer very attractive wholesale prices to retailers.
Catalog number: FGQ80
Your Price: 13.00 €
AURYN is a talisman from the novel Die Unendliche Geschicte (The Neverending Story). It also featured in the movie of the same title as a mystical necklace referenced as "The Gem - The Glory".
Catalog number: FTJ187
Your Price: 17.00 €
Modern Silver Pendant with sea coral on steel wire with rubber surface, Japanese inspiration.
Catalog number: FTJ166
Green Man - pendant. Are we still capable of appreciating nature spirits such as this one today? Green Man is probably as old as mankind itself. The motif was commonly used as a decorative architectural ornament. Green Men are frequently found in carvings on both secular and ecclesiastical buildings. To us this spirit symbolises strength, rebirth and a never ending life cycle. Maybe he is asking us to be a part of nature once again...
Catalog number: SBR409
Your Price: 49.00 €
Tree of Life pendant, sterling silver.
Catalog number: FGJ237
Your Price: 39.00 €
Detailed pendant of a flying crow. Crows are black phantoms of the sky, they have alway played a prominent role in many European cultures and mythologies. Vikings associate them with the god Odin, his crows are called Huginn and Muninn. According to Druid tradition they are believed to bring on new changes, death to one phase of one's life and the birth to another. The Celts also have crows on in the leading position. They are associated with the Goddesses Badb and Morrígan.
Catalog number: SBR357
Your Price: 34.00 €
Silver pendant of a Celtic deer. Hidden bale pendant.
Catalog number: MJW102
Catalog number: FGJ220
Your Price: 35.00 €
Wolf track - silver pendant.
Catalog number: FGJ238
Your Price: 29.00 €
Sterling silver pendant of Lynx. In the old Norse traditions, the lynx is sacred to the Goddess Freyja, and her chariot was sometimes depicted as being pulled by a lynx. The ancient Greeks believed the lynx could see through solid objects.
Catalog number: FGJ156
Your Price: 39.00 €
Green Man pendant. Hidden bale. Model for this jewel was hand made from wax.
Is our civilization still able to see these Nature spirits? We are sure that some people are. Green Man is as old as human civilization. This forest Deity survived christianity and now Green Man is strong again. When you look into his eyes you can see strength, rebirth, no begining and no end. Perhaps you can see pure wild Nature that is asking us to be part of it once again. Designed by Kati.
Catalog number: SBR398
Your Price: 69.00 €
Thor's Hammer, silver pendant. Thor's Hammer, or Mjöllnir, is God Thor's magical weapon. The magical hammer is unbreakable, it always hits the target and then comes back to the owner's hand. The hammer flies through the sky in the form of a lightning. The word Mjöllnir means "grinder or crusher". To be able to handle the hammer Thor wears a pair of iron gloves and a strength belt. The mjöllnir amulets were worn by the Norse seamen and warriors.
Catalog number: MJW231
Your Price: 46.00 €
Irish Newgrange Spiral as a Massive Silver Pendant. Newgrange (Sí an Bhrú) is over 5000 years old prehistoric site North of Dublin, Ireland.
Catalog number: FGJ189
Your Price: 41.00 €
Fox - sterling silver pendant. Design: Katien.
Catalog number: FGJ184
Your Price: 31.00 €
Silver pendant of a Squirrel.
Catalog number: FGQ130
Irish Spirals - silver pendant. This well known motif features on many artefacts discovered in Ireland and Britain. The three parts, or worlds, are depicted here as part of a whole. Such motifs adorn the illuminated Book of Durrow and the famous Book of Kells (8th century) as well as the brooch of Tara (County Meath, Ireland, 8th Century) and brooches from Lagor (Ireland). The original triskel (a motif consisting of a triple spiral), that inspired the desing of this pendant, dates back to the 6th century, when it was crafted as a decorative part of a cauldron (Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England).
Catalog number: FTJ181
Your Price: 30.00 €
Modern Silver Pendant with small glass vitrail on steel wire with rubber surface, Japanese inspiration.
Catalog number: SBR272
Your Price: 23.00 €
Massive two-sided pendant. Manufactured by Wulflund.