Spring Hare for Boundless Energy

The Celts believed that the Goddess EostreÕs attendant spirit was the hare. It represented love, fertility and growth and was associated with the Moon, dawn and Easter energy. Eostre changed into a hare at the full Moon and as such, the hare was considere

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The Celts believed that the Goddess Eostre’s attendant spirit was the hare. It represented love, fertility and growth and was associated with the Moon, dawn and Easter energy. Eostre changed into a hare at the full Moon and as such, the hare was considered to be a royal animal.
Each band comes on a braided leather adjustable thong and is packaged in a cello bag with an organza pouch and comprehensive leaflet with all meanings.

The Celts believed that the Goddess Eostre’s attendant spirit was the hare. It represented love, fertility and growth and was associated with the Moon, dawn and Easter energy. Eostre changed into a hare at the full Moon and as such, the hare was considered to be a royal animal.
Each band comes on a braided leather adjustable thong and is packaged in a cello bag with an organza pouch and comprehensive leaflet with all meanings.
Hengebands are made of pewter and embellishments on a leather braided cord.