The Boann Celtic Cremation Urn is named after the River Boyne. In Irish mythology the River Boyne was created by the goddess Boann, of which the river got its’ name, and also where Fionn Macumhaill caught the Salmon of Knowledge.On the lid of the Boann Cremation Urn is a single spiral. In Irish mythology, the Spiral represents the sun, with a clockwise spiral indicating the shrinking Winter sun. Click for more information
Design Influence The Double Spiral on this Urn for Ashes has many meanings. One popular interpretation is that of a partnered life, each spiral being the eternal energy for the other. The double spiral is found at many Celtic gravesites and has also been linked not only to the solstices but to the idea of death Click for more information
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