In Arthurian legend, the Holy Grail was the cup of Christ's Last Supper, and the object of a great and perilous quest from which only Sir Galahad, the pure of heart, was successful. Likened also to some Celtic cauldrons, the grail had the miraculous power to heal and rejuvenate. As a relic of resurrection, it became the symbol of spiritual hope. The modern-day Quest for the grail is a lifelong journey of hope, healing and rejuvenation.
The unique making process of these porcelain pendants allows for more detail in designs than other mediums. These designs are fired into the clay at 1200 degrees, so they will not peel or wear off. Each piece is surprisingly lightweight.
Approx. Pendant size : 3.6 centimetre height x 2.2 centimetre width. Weight : 5 grams.