Tree of Life Necklace, Red Coral
Silver wire wrapped Tree of Life Pendant of a large spreading tree adorned with Genuine Red Coral - makes a beautiful necklace with the complimentary chain included.
Pendant Size: 50mm (2") diameter
● Material: Silver wire (silver plated copper)
● Gemstones: Red Coral
Bonus Silver Chain: with your Tree of Life Pendant purchase you will receive a FREE Silver Chain 45cm (18") so that you can wear this as a Tree of Life Necklace straight out of the box. (this Free chain is silver plated). Additionally we offer a range of other chains including Sterling Silver Chains and Woven Silk Cords in our Silver Chains section.
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Our Quality all of our Tree of Life Jewellery of the highest quality available which is consistent with our aim to offer the very best value for money for all of our Tree of Life Jewellery range.
Tree of Life Meaning: The Tree of Life as a symbol has been adorned in one form or another for thousands of years with the Tree of Life Necklace having endured as the most common form of jewelry worn throughout the ages
The Tree of Life has been symbolized in many forms across many cultures and religions for centuries and is probably one of the most universal icons for this reason. It is seen in ancient drawings and texts in many religions including Christian, Jewish, Buddhist and the Celts with the commonly referred to Celtic Tree of Life. Digs of Ancient sites has found examples of Tree of Life pendants on necklace cords and other jewelry in bronze and stone.
Aside from religious meaning the Tree of Life symbol has meaning for many in the way of family bonds and a sense of one with nature, you can read more here about the Tree of Life Meaning. The wearing of a Tree of Life necklace today is more commonly for expressing belief in the strength of family, depicted as the roots being family roots or heritage, the trunk being the strength and support for the branches which are the members of the family.
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 01 January, 1970.