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The stone is a 21.5 mm x 15.2 mm x 7 mm thick Hot red orange Carnelian from Washington state , The setting was crafted from sterling silver with a trinity weave on one side for the many skills of Brighid on one side and the Salamander the Old world symbol of fire . as She is always linked to Fire and Hearth . Under the stone is a star that if the sun shines just right you can see through the stone .A star represent a rare falling star and denote a divine quality bestowed from above, whereby people may shine in virtue like bright stars on the earth. The star symbolizes honor, achievement and hope.
total weight 13 grams even
ring size 9
The Celtic goddess or the later Catholic creation Saint Brighid:
She is the goddess of all things perceived to be of relatively high dimensions such as high-rising flames, highlands, hill-forts and upland areas; and of activities and states conceived as psychologically lofty and elevated, such as wisdom, excellence, perfection, high intelligence, poetic eloquence, craftsmanship (especially blacksmithing), healing ability, druidic knowledge and skill in warfare. In the living traditions, whether seen as goddess or saint, she is largely associated with the home and hearth and is a favorite of both Pagans and Catholics
Saint Brigid's feast day is on the 1st February celebrated as St Brigid's Day in the Roman Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Church, and by some Anglicans. The Gaelic festival coincides with Imbolc, which has sometimes been identified as the remnant of a prehistoric pagan festival associated with Brigid.
Salamander (legendary creature)
Of all the traits ascribed to salamanders, the ones relating to fire have stood out most prominently in salamander lore. This connection probably originates from a behavior common to many species of salamander: hibernating in and under rotting logs. When wood was brought indoors and put on the fire, the creatures "mysteriously" appeared from the flames. The salamander became the academical symbol for fire .