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Celtic Necklace, Boho Leather Necklace, Celtic Statement Necklace, Spiral Triskele Boho Necklace, Triple Goddess Eternity Bohemian Jewelry

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Celtic Necklace, Boho Leather Necklace, Celtic Statement Necklace, Spiral Triskele Boho Necklace, Triple Goddess Eternity Bohemian Jewelry

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Style: Celtic
  • Materials: Pewter triple spiral triskele pendant, green aventurine rondelles, carnelian rounds, Greek Mykonos ceramic beads, pewter leaf decorated bead, brown leather cord, pewter eye beads and daisy spacers, stainless steel extender chain, pewter cord ends, brown deerskin cord, stainless steel lobster clasp
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This Celtic leather necklace offers unique boho styling that features a bold triskele pendant, lovely carnelian gemstones, green aventurine rondelles, Greek ceramic beads, and decorative pewter spacer beads. The triskele is an ancient triple-spiral symbol, and associated with the triple goddess and eternity. Here the symbol becomes an eye-catching statement in a lead-free pewter focal (made in the USA). The pendant is about 1 and 1/4 inches in length, including its top loop. (To learn more about the triskele, please see the end of this listing.)

To adorn the triskele, I used earthy green beads, medium brown leather cording, and richly orange-red carnelian. These choices are a small tribute to Ireland, whose beautiful fields and woods were on my mind when designing this piece. The carnelian beads are round and warmly inviting. They lend a color complement to the shades of green provided by the aventurine rondelles, which are a pale delicate color, and the Greek ceramic beads, which bring a deep forest green and bright lime to the necklace. The Greek beads, also known as Mykonos beads and made in Greece, are of two types: tube and washer.

The pewter spacers contribute a variety of forms while together giving the necklace glints of metallic shine. Directly over the knot that secures the pendant is a trio of pewter beads: the central one is decorated with leaf designs and flanked by a split pair of large daisy spacers. On the necklace strand are smaller daisy spacers and pairs of "eye beads." The latter have a concentric circle design that symbolizes an eye, and that has been considered a talisman against the "evil eye" since ancient times.

The leather cord used for this necklace is rounded and 2mm thick, and was made in the USA. To finish off the necklace, I used pewter cord-ends (lead-free) and secured the leather inside the cord-ends with dabs E6000 glue. I also used stainless steel cable chain and a stainless steel lobster clasp. The lobster clasp is a nice user-friendly size, measuring 15mm (about half an inch). The chain provides a two-inch extension of the necklace. For a colorful touch, I attached a two-strand leather tassel to the chain's last link and beaded it with two pewter eye beads, two lime tube beads, and a daisy spacer. The leather used for the tassel is a supple deerskin brown cording, also made in the USA.

The basic length of this Celtic boho necklace is 29.5 inches, including the pendant, with the extender adding two more inches. Please see my photos for a picture showing a ruler measurement of various necklace components, such as the pendant and chain.

I've also included a photo of the necklace on a smaller-than-life-size display bust. I have doubled back the necklace strand, showing the clasp at the front of the bust's neck. This was done for display purpose only. The necklace is intended to be worn with the clasp at the back of the neck.

With its triple-spiral triskele pendant, Ireland-inspired green colors, and shiny pewter beads, this Celtic statement necklace would make a meaningful addition to any jewelry collection. It's a unique piece of Bohemian styling that was handmade by me with care, thought, and best wishes for its destined wearer. It comes wrapped in an eco-friendly kraft-style box, all set for gifting to someone who loves symbolic, statement-making jewelry. Perhaps that someone will be you!

About the Triskele
This is a triple spiral symbol that dates back to pre-Celtic times and is most often associated with Ireland. Triskele and other spirals are carved into the ornately decorated curbstone at Newgrange, one of the outstanding neolithic passage graves in the Boyne Valley in Ireland, dating back to 2500–3200 B.C. It was adopted as a symbol of the Holy Trinity and eternity by Irish Celtic Christians. In contemporary paganism, the triskele often represents the land, sky, and sea. The triple goddess can also be symbolized by the triple spiral. Alternately known as the triskelion, it is an ancient symbol of Sicility as well, and was used in ancient Greek pottery as a heraldic motif on the shields of warriors.

About Carnelian
Lovely warm carnelian belongs to the quartz family and is a type of chalcedony. A rich and regal-looking gemstone, it has been used for jewelry since ancient times. Traditional beliefs associate it with healing, courage building, fear dispelling, and protection against negative forces (as a talisman).

To see more PrettyGonzo jewelry, please visit my Etsy shop! Link: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?ref=profile_shopname

To see more leather necklaces, please see this section of my shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?ref=l2-shopheader-name§ion_id=21353113

To see beaded necklaces, please see this section of my shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?ref=l2-shopheader-name§ion_id=15661391
This Celtic leather necklace offers unique boho styling that features a bold triskele pendant, lovely carnelian gemstones, green aventurine rondelles, Greek ceramic beads, and decorative pewter spacer beads. The triskele is an ancient triple-spiral symbol, and associated with the triple goddess and eternity. Here the symbol becomes an eye-catching statement in a lead-free pewter focal (made in the USA). The pendant is about 1 and 1/4 inches in length, including its top loop. (To learn more about the triskele, please see the end of this listing.)

To adorn the triskele, I used earthy green beads, medium brown leather cording, and richly orange-red carnelian. These choices are a small tribute to Ireland, whose beautiful fields and woods were on my mind when designing this piece. The carnelian beads are round and warmly inviting. They lend a color complement to the shades of green provided by the aventurine rondelles, which are a pale delicate color, and the Greek ceramic beads, which bring a deep forest green and bright lime to the necklace. The Greek beads, also known as Mykonos beads and made in Greece, are of two types: tube and washer.

The pewter spacers contribute a variety of forms while together giving the necklace glints of metallic shine. Directly over the knot that secures the pendant is a trio of pewter beads: the central one is decorated with leaf designs and flanked by a split pair of large daisy spacers. On the necklace strand are smaller daisy spacers and pairs of "eye beads." The latter have a concentric circle design that symbolizes an eye, and that has been considered a talisman against the "evil eye" since ancient times.

The leather cord used for this necklace is rounded and 2mm thick, and was made in the USA. To finish off the necklace, I used pewter cord-ends (lead-free) and secured the leather inside the cord-ends with dabs E6000 glue. I also used stainless steel cable chain and a stainless steel lobster clasp. The lobster clasp is a nice user-friendly size, measuring 15mm (about half an inch). The chain provides a two-inch extension of the necklace. For a colorful touch, I attached a two-strand leather tassel to the chain's last link and beaded it with two pewter eye beads, two lime tube beads, and a daisy spacer. The leather used for the tassel is a supple deerskin brown cording, also made in the USA.

The basic length of this Celtic boho necklace is 29.5 inches, including the pendant, with the extender adding two more inches. Please see my photos for a picture showing a ruler measurement of various necklace components, such as the pendant and chain.

I've also included a photo of the necklace on a smaller-than-life-size display bust. I have doubled back the necklace strand, showing the clasp at the front of the bust's neck. This was done for display purpose only. The necklace is intended to be worn with the clasp at the back of the neck.

With its triple-spiral triskele pendant, Ireland-inspired green colors, and shiny pewter beads, this Celtic statement necklace would make a meaningful addition to any jewelry collection. It's a unique piece of Bohemian styling that was handmade by me with care, thought, and best wishes for its destined wearer. It comes wrapped in an eco-friendly kraft-style box, all set for gifting to someone who loves symbolic, statement-making jewelry. Perhaps that someone will be you!

About the Triskele
This is a triple spiral symbol that dates back to pre-Celtic times and is most often associated with Ireland. Triskele and other spirals are carved into the ornately decorated curbstone at Newgrange, one of the outstanding neolithic passage graves in the Boyne Valley in Ireland, dating back to 2500–3200 B.C. It was adopted as a symbol of the Holy Trinity and eternity by Irish Celtic Christians. In contemporary paganism, the triskele often represents the land, sky, and sea. The triple goddess can also be symbolized by the triple spiral. Alternately known as the triskelion, it is an ancient symbol of Sicility as well, and was used in ancient Greek pottery as a heraldic motif on the shields of warriors.

About Carnelian
Lovely warm carnelian belongs to the quartz family and is a type of chalcedony. A rich and regal-looking gemstone, it has been used for jewelry since ancient times. Traditional beliefs associate it with healing, courage building, fear dispelling, and protection against negative forces (as a talisman).

To see more PrettyGonzo jewelry, please visit my Etsy shop! Link: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?ref=profile_shopname

To see more leather necklaces, please see this section of my shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?ref=l2-shopheader-name§ion_id=21353113

To see beaded necklaces, please see this section of my shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?ref=l2-shopheader-name§ion_id=15661391

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I like to ship quickly, usually 1 or 2 days after payment unless it's a weekend or holiday. Please ensure your shipping address is current.

U.S. ORDERS: I ship USPS First Class w/ Tracking. If you want to purchase insurance or upgrade, please contact me.

INTERNATIONAL ORDERS: Due to the new European GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations), I am shipping USPS 1st Class International to Australia only. When my GDPR policies are written, I will resume shipping to select EU countries. Customers are responsible for customs fees, tariffs, and/or any surcharges from their country's postal service.

Please note: I do not ship necklaces internationally.

If you are from outside the EU, please contact me and inquire whether I can ship to you.
I sincerely want you to be happy with your purchase.

Returns are accepted if you contact me within 7 days after delivery to you. I expect to receive the item no later than 2 weeks after delivery. If this timeframe is problematic for you, contact me before buying. Also, I do allow extensions for special holidays such as Christmas and Valentine's Day, as some people buy early, me included!

For All Items: I will refund for the purchase price minus original shipping cost.

You are responsible for return shipping with tracking (U.S.). Items should be in their original condition, with the original wrapping and packing materials. Extra items, like jewelry cards, gift bags, boxes, freebies, should be included.
Non-receipt: I will do my very best to help you if items go astray. Tracking provides information on the item's routing to its destination, and I always ship directly from the post office rather than relying on postal pick-up. Again, please be sure that your shipping address is CURRENT.

Damage: I pack orders well to minimize any problem in this area. However, if your purchase arrives damaged, contact me immediately. I will do my very best to help.
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Payment must be made within 24 hours of purchase or the order will be cancelled.

To Rhode Islanders: Sorry to say, but by law I must apply 7% sales tax to your purchase and pass it on to "the governor."
Yes, I am always happy to accept a custom order! Whether or not I require a deposit, full amount, or neither will depend on the nature of the order. I have done a number of such orders elsewhere with no deposit or purchase required, as I knew I could simply add those items to my inventory if the customer decided not to purchase. (Customers always did purchase them, though.) I always show photos of custom orders to the customer.
If you are buying a gift for someone and have used that person's address for shipping, please let me know at the time of ordering - I will be happy to include a complimentary notecard in which is written whatever message you would like to send.

Of course, I am always happy to send to that person's address. Just please make sure it is CURRENT. Thank you!

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