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Sterling Silver Celtic Labrys Knot Pendant, Double-headed War Axe
Sterling Silver Celtic Labrys Pendant

Sterling Silver Celtic Labrys Knot Pendant, Double-headed War Axe

Your Price :$14.95
Regular Price :$19.95
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Part Number:SE-2419

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Jewelry Customization
Pendant with Jump Ring
Pendant on Plain Cord [+$1.00]
Pendant on Finished Necklace Cord [+$2.50]
Pendant on Chain [+$3.50]
Single Earring [+$2.50]
Navel Ring | Belly Ring [+$7.00]

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Sterling Silver Celtic Knot Labrys Pendants
Overall Size : 34mm x 14mm
Metal : Solid .925 Sterling Silver
Made in the USA
Pendant measurements do not include the length of any removable attachments. These will vary some, but a standard jump ring would add about 4mm (~1/8") onto the overall length.
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made in the usa

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> You can Customize this item into a Celtic Necklace -- Choose from : Pendant Only, Pendant on a Plain Black 24-inch Waxed Cotton Cord, Pendant on a Black Finished 17.5-inch Necklace Cord with Extension Chain, or Pendant on a Silver Plated 18-inch Necklace Chain. If you need a Sterling Silver Necklace, please see our Chains section.

> This pendant can also be converted into a Custom made Sterling Silver Dangling Celtic Labrys Earring. If you need a pair of them, order 2.

> This item can also be made into a Celtic Belly Ring | Navel Ring. 316L Stainless Steel - Banana Length : 3/8", 14-gauge. Gemmed ball : 8mm (color will vary) | Top Screw-on-off Ball : 5mm. Custom made Pierced Body Jewelry.

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Because we are the manufacturer, if you need more Celtic Pendants than we currently have available, please feel free to contact us to arrange for a custom-casting session.

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Labrys Symbolism - The term, and the symbol, is most closely associated in historical records with the Minoan civilization, and specifically with the worship of a Goddess. Some Minoan labrys have been found which are taller than a human. The labrys symbol has been found widely in the Bronze Age archaeological recovery at the Palace of Knossos on Crete. According to archaeological finds on Crete this double-axe was used specifically by Minoan priestesses for ceremonial uses. Of all the Minoan religious symbols, the axe was the holiest. To find such an axe in the hands of a Minoan woman would suggest strongly that she held a powerful position. In feminist interpretations, the Labrys is also interpreted as a symbol of the Mother Goddess and compared to the shape of a butterfly rather than an axe.

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