Ships USPS First Class $7.95 Friends make nestsin one another’s heartsand give each otherwings to fly. K Robins designed this Celtic Friendship Knot Pendant for her daughter, Leila, to gift to her bridesmaids.p style=”padding-left: 60px;”> “Leila wanted something special to symbolize her deep friendship with these women. After some study and drawing, I presented the possibility of the Celtic friendship knot. The Celtic knot is ordinarily long and tight. Leila automatically envisioned it round and open. I loved that input and went to work. Qualities of endearment kept me striving to develop a human embrace within the knot.” This beautiful sterling silver Celtic Friendship Knot Pendant is available in two sizes: Large: measures 1.25″ x .90″in size. Small: measures .9″ x .65″ in size. K Robins’ designs are hand carved in wax, and cast in sterling silver. Each sterling silver pendant comes on a black card with the name and symbolic meaning of the pendant. A 30 black satin cord is included so that your new pendant can be worn immediately as a necklace. img src=”https://www.greenwomanstore.com/media/Jewelry/KRobins/k_robins_designs.jpg” alt=”k_robins_designs” width=”150″ height=”192″ align=”left” border=”0″ hspace=”5″ vspace=”0″ />K Robins was born and raised in Virginia and resides there in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. An epiphany of sorts occurred around 1980 and I began to see life in a new way. While my young children played nicely upstairs I would steal away to my basement shop where I normally made furniture, cooking utensils and an assortment of other wooden things. Now to my amazement, out of the wood and sawdust, a series of female figurines was erupting. The original cherry, boxwood, rosewood and ebony symbols and figures have evolved into a line of silver pendants that includes nearly 100 designs. Many of the jewelry designs come from my fascination with the language of symbols and how the art of different cultures and times echoes around the world.All cultures surround themselves with symbols of some sort and naturally pass them reverently from generation to generation. These symbols lift up and guide us through life’s interwoven cycles of birth, life, death and rebirth.