Duality-Into the Woods-Hawthorne Twig Ring-Ladies Version
Hawthorn Twig Ring:
A Symbol of Hope, Balance and Duality.
The Hawthorn tree holds deep symbolic meaning, particularly in its representation of duality. The Hawthorn tree, with its thorny branches and delicate blossoms, embodies the harmonious coexistence of contrasting elements. It serves as a reminder that balance can be found even in the most opposing forces.
The preserved texture of the original twig serves as a tactile reminder of the inherent complexities within nature and ourselves.
In Irish folklore, the hawthorn is believed to be a portal connecting our world with the realm of fairies and spirits. It is regarded as a protective tree, shielding those who embrace its presence. It is also associated with fertility and the celebration of Bealtaine, a festival marking the beginning of summer and the renewal of life.
Wear this ring and carry with you the rich cultural heritage of Ireland, tap into the deep-rooted traditions that have shaped its folklore. Let this ring serve you as a talisman of hope, reminding you to seek balance in all aspects of life and to embrace the interconnectedness of the natural and supernatural worlds.
Each piece is made with care so it reflects the individuality of the original hawthorn twig it was cast from.
-This listing is for one ring.
- The inner surface of the ring is smooth, ensuring a comfortable fit.
- The ring's width varies from 2mm at its narrowest parts to 3mm at its widest.
- The weight of the ring varies depending on the chosen size.
- Please note Narrow Version is only available up to size Q.
Please include your ring size in the customer comments at checkout.
- Twig Origin-The Furry Glen, Phoenix Park, Dublin
The Furry Glen is a tranquil oasis within the Phoenix park, inviting visitors to enjoy the peacefulness of nature and indulge in leisurely strolls amidst its peace & tranquility.
- Sterling Silver: Ready for dispatch within 5-10 working days.
- Solid Gold: Made to order. Please allow 4-6 weeks for dispatch.