Wolf Head Necklace - Aventurine Jewelry Bijouterie Curra Celtic

Druidic

In fantasy, druids are often portrayed as wise and knowledgeable hermits, well learned natural scholars that have herbs and concoctions for many purposes. Their relationship with society is complex, as they may occupy an important spiritual role for their community, but may feel closer to the wild, its inhabitants, and its spirits than any tribe or clan.
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Rangers

Rangers are often depicted as lone wolves, stoic silent types, or antisocial wild characters more at ease with animals than people. They may also be heavily influenced by the idea of the hunt, seeing things through a predator-prey lense, or adopting a very pragmatic mindset revolving around survival.
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BARBARIAN

The concept of the barbarian is as old as civilization itself, finding its origins as far away in history as the founding myths of the great city of Uruk, thousands of years before any Roman or even ancient Chinese used the epithet to mock the people of their periphery.
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Wolf Head Necklace - Aventurine

A21667

Regular price$36.00
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Description

This beautiful Irish oak hardwood necklace is a perfect accessory to enhance a LARP costume. Featuring a silver wolf head and an aventurine stone, it is perfect for a druid, ranger or barbarian outfit at your next medieval event.

Characteristics

  • Pendant size: 5 cm / 2 in
  • Cord Length: 47.5 cm / 18 in
  • Materials: Irish oak hardwood, silver wolf head, aventurine gemstone

Handmade in Ireland by Curra Celtic Jewellery

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Druidic

In fantasy, druids are often portrayed as wise and knowledgeable hermits, well learned natural scholars that have herbs and concoctions for many purposes. Their relationship with society is complex, as they may occupy an important spiritual role for their community, but may feel closer to the wild, its inhabitants, and its spirits than any tribe or clan.
Discover the collection

Rangers

Rangers are often depicted as lone wolves, stoic silent types, or antisocial wild characters more at ease with animals than people. They may also be heavily influenced by the idea of the hunt, seeing things through a predator-prey lense, or adopting a very pragmatic mindset revolving around survival.
Discover the collection

BARBARIAN

The concept of the barbarian is as old as civilization itself, finding its origins as far away in history as the founding myths of the great city of Uruk, thousands of years before any Roman or even ancient Chinese used the epithet to mock the people of their periphery.
Discover the collection

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