Celtic Triskele Lapel Pin
The triple swirl design of the "triskele" or "triskelion" is a popular Celtic symbol which dates back to the Neolithic period. It's name means "three legs" and it can be (and has been) used to symbolize just about any of the many tri-fold aspects of life (birth-life-death, past-present-future, etc). To Christians it is sometimes seen as representing the Trinity of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
All lapel pins ship with a military-type metal "butterfly clutch" back.
All pewter items are hand cast from lead-free pewter.
Enamel work is done by hand, and oven-cured.
All casting, polishing, enameling and other finishing work is done in Fernley, Nevada, USA.