Three hares pendant

(5 customer reviews)

Three hares pendant – Pewter openwork pendant on tin-plated snake chain.


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As with all St Justin products, this item comes with a lifetime guarantee. If there is a fault in the workmanship, we will repair or replace it free of charge.

Three hares pendant – Pewter openwork pendant on tin-plated snake chain.

The image of the three hares, joined by their ears, can be found in Christian, Jewish, Islamic and Buddhist cultures. They are found in British and European medieval churches, in a German synagogue, on Iranian metalwork and in Buddhist temples from China’s Sui dynasty.  The three hares are also thought to represent the Holy Trinity.

The hare is also a sacred symbol for the moon. It symbolises fertility, longevity and abundance.
In our Celtic history the Goddess Eostre (Ostara) was closely associated with the hare and the rebirth of nature in Spring. Today the Easter bunny has become a symbolic icon worldwide.

Width: 29mm Height: 29mm | Chain length: 18 inch (45cm)

Supplied in a fully recyclable gift box.

5 reviews for Three hares pendant

  1. Deborah Tayler (verified owner)

    I love this pendant, and the hare stud earrings. So many people have admired them and asked where I got them from.

  2. Jacqueline Masoero (verified owner)

    Lovely pendant, as always, been fascinated by this design ever since I saw it in Long Melford church.

  3. Linda Makselon (verified owner)

    Stunning design, smooth and tactile with a nice weight to it. The picture on the website doesn’t do it justice. I think it would be good if the back view of all the pendants was also shown. Wish this was also available as a brooch, I would certainly buy and it’s the perfect shape.

  4. Susan mason

    Simply lovely as hares are one of my favourite animals and the pendant ticks all the boxes along with the rest of the hare collection
    Well priced too

  5. Peter Crispin (verified owner)

    A beautifully designed pendant that will remind my wife of our trips visiting all seventeen churches in Devon with Three Hares roof-bosses.

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