Celtic Plumeria Earrings

Currently sale priced! I love these small 1/2" versions of this design as dangles to go with the larger pendant or smaller charm, or simply a stand alone simple and easy to wear earring design. Lots of charater, depth, and originality and meaning here in such a small size! My hope is that these will be be someone's favoirite go to earrings in your personal jewelry box, or the best gift ever! Thanks for your interest in this unique combined symbolic image, Slainte and Mahalo!

Further Cultural Symbolism of the Plumeria Flower:

The plumeria flower symbolizes a variety of different things in various cultures, and interestingly, cross culturally, all of these are are wonderfully uplifting meanings and symbolic connections to this wonderful sweet smelling "Flower of Life".
Hawaiian Culture:
In the Hawaiian culture, the plumeria symbolizes positivity and is used in lei making and to celebrate special occasions. When worn in the hair next to ear, the plumeria flower symbolizes the relationship status of the wearer.  
Hindu Culture:
Plumeria represents dedication and devotion to that which we hold dear in our beliefs and daily life. 
In the Buddhist religion, the plumeria symbolizes immortality, probably because the tree will produce new blooms even after it is uprooted. In Laos, the plumeria tree is considered very sacred – so sacred that they are planted outside every Buddhist temple. These trees live for hundreds of years, expressing ever lasting life and a symbol of longevity.
Mayan Culture:
In the Mayan culture, the plumeria bloom represents life and birth, like a talisman of the life foce within.
Mexican Culture:
According to Mexican legend, the plumeria flower gave birth to the gods, as a source of creation and wellspring of life giving expression.

More to come as I dig a little deeper! Enjoy your own personal relationship to the plumeria in all its possibilities as a positive affirmation of life itself!
Peace, Sean

Celtic Plumeria Earrings

Price: $75.00
Availability: Out-of-Stock