Talisman - a derivative of the arabic word tilasm but probably originated in ancient Greece from the Greek word telesma or talein which meant "to Consecrate." A Talisman consists of any object intended to bring good luck and/or protection to its owner.
These Talisman are a joy to wear. The talismanic disk is inset into solid pewter to form a heavy medallion and photographs can't really do them justice. Each Talisman comes in its own presentation box.
Elemental greetings card and pendant gift set – each card comes with attached corresponding Elemental Talisman pendant. Element Air: Represented by the colour yellow and the cardinal direction East. Air is the symbol of new beginnings, of birth, creativity, of thoughts, breathing and sense of smell.
Elemental greetings card and pendant gift set – each card comes with attached corresponding Elemental Talisman pendant. Fire: Represented by the colour red and the cardinal direction south. Fire controls fire, passion, building on the existing, of learning and experience.
Elemental greetings card and pendant gift set – each card comes with attached corresponding Elemental Talisman pendant. Water: Represented by the colour blue and the cardinal direction East. Water controls feelings and emotions, healing, intuition and quiet reflection.
The ancient Norse people believed the world was made of the five elements: Air, Fire, Water, Earth and Ice. The Ice Dragon symbolises their combined energy and is an icon of harmony and stability.
Lead-free pewter and Swarovski Crystal pendants, from the world of myth, legend and fantasy. OWL: Bird of prey, sacred to the night, glides through the otherworlds, with supernatural, all-seeing eyes. Wear this pendant for Wisdom and Psychic ability.
Vikings travelled through Christian strongholds and their craftsmen embraced the cross, bringing northern artistry to Christian symbolism. The Scanda cross is worn to attract love and harmony into the life of the wearer.
During the Napoleonic times, The Travel Talisman - if worn next to the heart - was belived to grant the wearer safety on journeys.