Pewter Treskele Pendant
This Cornish Pewter Triskele pendant measures approx 15 mm and comes with a length of black cord.
It has a simple clasp fastening.
Made in Cornwall.
It is not totally known or understood what the significance of this ancient symbol is!
For modern day Pagans, the Triskele is one of the main symbols of faith.
It is believed to represent the three realms of Earth, Sea, and Sky, or the terrestrial, spiritual, and divine energies.
The Triskele is worn by devotees of any number of triple deities, including Manannan, Hecate, and Brigid; some Wicca's see it as another symbol of the triple Goddess (The Maiden, The Mother and The Crone. This would all fit together as another of the possible representations would be to honour the regenerative power of the uterus, and of fertility.