Lost Treasures of Albion

Albion, the ancient name for the British Isles, has come to mean all that is legendary in Britain’s history and landscape. The Lost Treasures of Albion charms and jewellery are ancient Britain’s legacy, a reminder that past glory promises future greatness. Each pendant comes in a satin-style golden pouch with a 17inch chain and descriptive leaflet. These necklaces will appeal to Pagans looking to delve into their heritage and the mythology and stories of the UK. They are made from lead-free pewter.

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  • Drake's Leviathan for Luck & Fearlessness

    Drake’s Leviathan for Luck & Fearlessness

    £12.95

    Drake's Leviathan Pendant - Sir Francis Drake, vice admiral, sea captain and known pirate, sailed the seven seas for his queen, Elizabeth I, becoming the first Englishman to circumnavigate the globe. The Leviathan, an ancient serpentine sea monster, sunk many ships, but not Drake’s, whose luck was famed.

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  • Beowulf's Dragon Horn for Friendship

    Beowulf’s Dragon Horn for Friendship

    £12.95

    Beowulf’s dragon horn traditionally strengthens ties of friendship and fellowship within the community.

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  • Hampton Court Rosy Cross for Faith & Devotion

    Hampton Court Rosy Cross for Faith & Devotion

    £12.95

    Crafted in pewter with the crown and tudor rose enhanced with gold plating and with three small drop pearls, this beautiful pendant is presented with an 18" chain and with a drawstring satin gift pouch.

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  • Keepers of the Sacred Flame Family Protection

    Keepers of the Sacred Flame Family Protection

    £12.95

    Pewter torch and flame held by the two Roman goddesses Minerva and Vesta, enhanced with gold plating and comes with an 18" chain and satin gift pouch. The goddesses Minerva and Vesta, ancient Roman deities, unite in offering double protection to the home, family, and loved ones.

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  • King Alfred's Dragon for Nobility & Wisdom

    King Alfred’s Dragon for Nobility & Wisdom

    £12.95


    King Alfred defended the kingdoms of southern England against Viking invaders and ruled between 871 & 899 AD. Alfred is the only English king to receive the homage ‘the Great’, in deference to his fairness and courage. This majestic dragon emblem richly signifies King Alfred’s nobility and wisdom, and the valour of the blood royal.

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  • Lion Heart for Leadership

    Lion Heart for Leadership

    £12.95

    Lion Heart Pendant - From a very young age, Richard I - King of England - was known as Coeur de Lion or The Lionheart for his skills as a great military leader and warrior. As Commander of the Third Crusade, he was widely loved and respected by his subjects.

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  • Lyonesse for Beauty & Mystery

    Lyonesse for Beauty & Mystery

    £12.95

    Lyonesse Pendant - In ancient times, the island kingdom of Lyonesse lay off the Cornish coast but disappeared, mysteriously sunk beneath the sea. Only one survivor and his white horse escaped to ride the surf to safety and tell the tale. It is said that when the bells of Lyonesse ring out beneath the waves, the kingdom will rise again.

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  • Queen Boudicca's Torc for Triumph of Spirit

    Queen Boudicca’s Torc for Triumph of Spirit

    £12.95

    In AD 60, widowed Boudicca fought fiercely against the Roman invaders who sought to enslave her tribe, the Iceni. She is rightly famed as a warrior- queen. In pewter and gold and presented with an 18" chain and satin gift pouch, Queen Boudicca is shown sitting within her favoured ornament of the torc.

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  • Spirit of Arden for Harmony

    Spirit of Arden for Harmony

    £12.95

    The mysterious Spirit of Arden is a sprite of the forest, a representative of the green man, resembling leaf and stone, creative, green-fingered and at one with all nature.

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  • St Michael Relic for Chivalry & Honour

    St Michael Relic for Chivalry & Honour

    £12.95

    The wings and sword of St Michael are enclosed in the circular torc of Albion’s great warriors. 

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  • The Last Unicorn for Truth

    The Last Unicorn for Truth

    £12.95

    Mysteriously beautiful, the unicorn is a fabulous mythological beast.

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  • The Old Sarum Cypher for Wisdom of Ancestors

    The Old Sarum Cypher for Wisdom of Ancestors

    £12.95

    Old Sarum, the original settlement at Salisbury in Wiltshire, England is near to the stone circles of Stonehenge and Avebury. Celts, Romans, Anglo-Saxons, and Normans in their turn lived at Old Sarum, before it fell into ruins. The Cypher is an ancient symbol for a secret message or code.

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  • The Silbury Serpent for Growth & Harvest

    The Silbury Serpent for Growth & Harvest

    £12.95

    The Silbury Serpent Pendant - Silbury Hill, a massive manmade Neolithic dome, was built in three stages from about 2660 BC. As part of the sacred Avebury complex of standing stones, Silbury Hill’s original purpose may remain a mystery, but perhaps is linked to agricultural cycles of growth and harvest.

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  • The Sword of Sherwood for Bravery

    The Sword of Sherwood for Bravery

    £12.95

    Robin Hood, the legendary ‘robber of the rich’, lived with his band of men in Sherwood Forest. Of noble birth, he learned forest lore for survival and protected those facing injustice during King Richard the Lionheart’s absence from England on Crusade.
    The Sword of Sherwood bears the runes of the forest trees and represents the bravery and generosity characteristic of Robin Hood.

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  • The Yorvik Compass for Safe Travels

    The Yorvik Compass for Safe Travels

    £12.95

    The Kingdom of Yorvik in the late 9th Century had its centre at York, from which Norse settlers – farmers and artisans - would sail along the North Sea coast to settlements far and wide. A seafaring people, the Vikings relied on the stars and compass to steer a safe passage.
    The art and craftsmanship of the Vikings often depicts their love of the sea and famous dragon longboats.

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  • Tristan & Iseult Love Token Pair for Love

    Tristan & Iseult Love Token Pair for Love

    £12.97

    Tristan & Iseult Love Token Pair Pendant in two parts so the pendant can be worn by two people and joined together when they meet. A romance of courtly love from the 12th Century, the tale of Tristan and Iseult tells of Cornish knight Tristan and Irish princess Iseult who fell in love but were kept apart by fate. 

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