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Celtic Irish Tree of Life Silver Dangle Earrings

$22.00

The tree of life symbol (most widely associated with the ancient Celts, and known as Yggdrasil in Norse mythology) is considered sacred as it signifies our connection to everyone and everything; the earth, the seasons, our family, our ancestors, that make up the cycle of life, the world tree.

These beautiful tree of life earrings are 2“ long. The charm and ear wires are silver-plated & antiqued pewter, the links in between are sterling silver.

“Antiqued” is how the oxidized look is often described. Oxidization gives a lovely slightly darkened vintage, antique, old world look which fits this ancient symbol perfectly.

 

PLEASE READ - ADD TO CART QUANTITY

This listing is for one pendant with one chain length option added to cart. If another chain length is added to cart, only ONE pendant & chain will be sent.

CHAIN INFO

PENDANTS ONLY:

  • COPPER PENDANTS: I buy these 99.9% copper chains shiny so I can oxidize and polish them myself. This way the antiqued color matches the pendant perfectly instead of being too orange if they are copper-plated.

  • SILVER PENDANTS - Included is an 18 inch stainless steel chain with a lobster claw clasp.

  • *If you want a different length (or no chain), leave a note at checkout.
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JEWELRY CARE

Jewelry comes in a gift box with a polishing cloth to remove naturally occurring tarnish.


JEWELRY CARE:
Any jewelry cleaners, oils, chemicals, lotions can be damaging so please avoid wearing jewelry when in contact with them. It’s best to remove jewelry when showering or swimming as well. Polish gently with included jewelry cloth frequently to remove tarnish.

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