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Celtic Trinity Knot & Claddagh Aromatherapy Keepsake Vial, 5923

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Our Pewter Celtic Trinity Knot and Claddagh Aromatherapy Keepsake Vial on 36" Adjustable Cord combines two Celtic classics with contemporary style. The beautiful satin finish lead-free pewter vial top features two Trinity knots and two Claddaghs along the cap.

The cobalt blue colour of the bottle insures freshness for your perfumes and essential oils. The vial may also be used to contain small keepsakes. A 36" adjustable black wax linen cord is included.

Other details of the Pewter Celtic Trinity Knot and Claddagh Aromatherapy Keepsake Vial on 36" Adjustable Cord include:

Lead-free pewter
Satin finish
5/8 dram bottle
Approx. 2" total length
Use for essential oils, perfumes, small keepsakes, cremation remains, or prayers
36" adjustable black wax linen cord included

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Our items feature uplifting designs like claddaghs and Celtic knots that are rich in symbolic history. Each piece is a treasured heirloom that can be handed down from generation to generation. We love to work with Trinity knots, Celtic love knots, Celtic family knots, Celtic Sister knots, Celtic men’s and women’s rings, Celtic earrings, Celtic brooches, Celtic pins, Celtic Ornaments, Kilt pins, Personalized Celtic jewelry and more.

"May the most that you wished for be the least that you get"...Irish saying.
Blessings to you and yours,
Tammy