Macha is a fertility goddess who actually was worshiped in Ireland by the Picts before the arrival of the Celts. She is shown here with a mountain over her head, the mountain being a traditional symbol of the richness of the earth. She is also shown with three glyphs that stand for the four directions. The three stands for the the three aspects of the Great Goddess. They are: the Maiden, the Mother, and the Crone, standing for innocence, motherhood, and wisdom.
- Measures 1 3/8 in L x 1 in W.
- Pendants come with a 33 inch long black cord.
- Made from fine pewter. PN ETM-522