The Morrigan was a great warrior goddess in Irish mythology. She is often associated with war, and the incitement of conflict, but she also served as a guardian of the land and its people. The goddess was able to take any form of living creature she wished. One of those forms was of a large grey-red wolf.
The design of this ring was inspired by the artwork found on a Celtic bronze flagon found in France.
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- An elegant knot design embraces Scotland’s national flower on the Scottish Thistle Knot Ring.
- It’s made of sterling silver and with an open design.
- Available in whole sizes 5-15 – will last for years
- This ring makes an excellent gift idea for holidays and anniversaries.
- Elegant Claddagh ring made with sterling silver
- Features the Irish symbol of love and friendship
- Classic and affordable and makes an excellent gift
- Perfect ring for a handfasting ceremony
- On sale while supplies last
Celtic peoples looked on the rabbit (and it’s cousin the hare) as a creature with supernatural powers. They admired their strength and speed, but treated them with caution.