Slemish mountain in the Antrim hills is situated between Glenarm and Ballymena and it's distinctive shape stands out against the skyline. The Patron saint of Ireland, St Patrick is believed to have been enslaved as a sheppard on the mountain and it is where he first turned to prayer. Traditionally pilgrims climb the mountain on St Patrick's day, 17th March.
Oval pendant with Slemish mountain detail and babbling stream, made from sterling silver with polished, satin, stippled and oxidised finishes, higlighted with an 18ct gold sun detail.
Dimensions - approximately 42 x 32mm