Irish bog yew Celtic trinity necklace

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Bog yew comes from ancient forests that once covered Ireland. Huge trees have been buried in peat bogs and preserved from decay by the acidic and anaerobic bog conditions, sometimes for hundreds or even thousands of years.
This 6000 year old Irish bog yew Celtic trinity necklace will be hand-carved for you, or a loved one, in my studio on the West of Ireland.

 

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This Irish bog yew Celtic trinity necklace is the perfect gift for anyone with Irish heritage or for someone who resonates with the Celtic myths and traditions of the natural world. This is a unique addition to anybody’s jewellery collection.

Considered one of the sacred trees in the Celtic world, the yew has long been associated with immortality & longevity. As a consequence, warriors and poets alike were often called after it. Indeed, Eoghan remains one of the more popular Irish names in modern Ireland. The Druids chose yew from which to make their wands, or staffs, and cherished it as having powerful magical properties.

Bog yew comes from ancient forests that once covered Ireland. Huge trees have been buried in peat bogs and preserved from decay by the acidic and anaerobic bog conditions, sometimes for hundreds or even thousands of years. The wood is usually stained brown by tannin dissolved in the acidic water. Bog-wood represents the early stages in the fossilization of wood, with further stages ultimately forming lignite and coal over a period of many millions of years.

Celtic knots date back to the 3rd to 4th century B.C. Drawn in one continuous line, suggesting a continuous movement of time, they represent infinity and eternal life. They symbolize faith, declare love & unity between people, and even protect against evil spirits. The iconic Trinity knot (or Triquetra) has a myriad of symbolic interpretations. Pagans treasure it as a representation of the forces of Nature, earth, fire and water. On a more spiritual level it is seen to symbolize life, death and rebirth. It was latterly adapted by Christians to represent the three elements of the holy Trinity.

– 6000 year old native Irish bog yew, sanded to a smooth finish
– Oil finished with non-toxic oil to bring out the natural color of the wood
– Pendant size : 35mm x 25mm / 1.38″ x 1″
– On 16″ (40cm), 18″ (45cm) or 22″ (55cm) brown nylon cord necklace
– With a quality cast and lead free pewter Trinity Celtic bail attached
– Perfect gift for him

Your Celtic trinity necklace will arrive to you ready for gift giving via International Express air mail, with tracking.
Your order will be shipped within 1-2 days of ordering.

Please, feel free to get in touch if you have any questions or requests.

* Note that exact size and shade of wood may vary from the photos on this website as each piece is unique and made by hand.

 

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1 review for Irish bog yew Celtic trinity necklace

  1. Christopher Dillon (verified owner)

    Fantastic pieces! Rather than as a necklace I asked Juliette to craft for use as an inlay for a larger work I was creating. She was able to match woods for color balance. When asked she also did a quickly delivered additional pieces.

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Shipping & Delivery

What are the shipping costs?

Shipping within Ireland is done via regular post and the cost is €4.

Shipping for Europe & the U.K is via International Express post with tracking and costs €12.50.

Shipping for the rest of the world is €14 via International Express post with tracking.

This provides an item history, which details the progress of the item from acceptance to delivery making sure it will reach you. The tracking information will be emailed to you on day of dispatch. Estimated shipping times 5-7 working days.

*Note: There is no additional charge when you buy more than one piece.