The Concept of the Sacred Trees
Inspired by the Celtic Folklore of Sacred Trees. The Celtics are a group of people found in Europe and Anatolia. They're known as celts due to their language and cultural beliefs that are very apparent in such concepts. Celtic culture was most prevalent back in 1200 BC, but since, trees have always been a powerful symbol for them. Within this collection, each Sacred Tree resonates with a date period in which you can correlate your birthday to.
For January, you have the Birch Tree. Birch people are ambitious and driven, whereas those born from the 21st are part of the Rowan Tree group and are keen-minded and creative. The Sacred Trees concept resembles the Celtic year which is made up of 12 lunar months, each representing the cycles of the moon. For more information on The Sacred Trees and to find out your tree, head over to our blog where we delve deeper into the concept and meanings.
The Joshua James Promise
The Sacred Trees Collection is one of Joshua James' exclusive collections. New for 2022, this collection, amongst others, will be a changing point for our brand. Unlike being a stockist for some of the finest such as Thomas Sabo Jewellery, this range of pendants is designed and created entirely for us. Making them unique and bespoke to the name Joshua James. Using the finest metals including 925 Sterling Silver, Yellow Gold Vermeil and Rose Gold Vermeil, we have produced a selection of show-stopping pendants that are just the beginning of how our brand will prosper moving forward.
Using 18ct Gold & Rose Gold Vermeil, we have also kept this collection as ethically sourced as possible. Keeping quality high but our processes in favour of our planet, we have stayed very true to the Sacred Trees Celtic concept, and we couldn't be more proud. Now, indulge your spiritual being and find your Sacred Trees pendant.
What's Your Sacred Tree?
Find your Sacred Tree in the easy-to-read list below:
- The Birch Tree (Dec. 24 – Jan. 20)
- The Rowan Tree (Jan. 21 – Feb. 17)
- The Ash Tree (Feb. 18 – March 17)
- The Alder Tree (March 18 – Apr. 14)
- The Willow Tree (Apr. 15 – May 12)
- The Hawthorn Tree (May 13 – June 9)
- The Oak Tree (June 10 – July 7)
- The Holly Tree (July 8 – Aug. 4)
- The Hazel Tree (Aug. 5 – Sept. 1)
- The Vine Tree (Sept. 2 – Sept. 29)
- The Ivy Tree (Sept. 30 – Oct. 27)
- The Reed Tree (Oct. 28 – Nov. 24)
- The Elder Tree (Nov. 25 – Dec. 23)