Spirit of Arden – Arden is derived from the British Celtic word ‘ardu,’ meaning high land. Once heavily forested, the Forest of Arden was located in the English county of Warwickshire. William Shakespeare’s mother, Mary Arden, was of the noted Arden family resident there.
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.
Crafted in pewter and enhanced with gold plating, provided with an 18″ chain and a satin gift pouch. From Briar’s Lost Treasures of Albion.
Dimensions: 3.5 x 3 cm, 46 cm chain.