Sterling Silver Mobius style pendant with an Irish blessing inscribed here in part: May the road rise to meet you. May God hold you in the hollow of His hand.
The derivation of this familiar blessing is uncertain, though many believe it was spoken by St. Patrick himself. The opening line, now famous in the English language and engraved here with an ancient Celtic triquetra or trinity knot, is a bit different from the Gaelic which translates more exactly as 'success in your journey', or 'may you succeed on your journey' but scholarship aside, we used the translation most well known.
This mobius style pendant is 1" wide and includes an 18" sterling silver chain. Arrives in a gift box with a detailed story card.
Made in the USA.
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