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 The ancient Celts believed the rowan tree to be a bearer of good fortune and could be beneficial in driving away witches. A rowan tree, more commonly known as the mountain ash, is often planted near the doorstep of a home.
   To this day, many people in Ireland and Scotland will not fell a rowan tree lest it bring them ill fortune.
   This cross was designed by Deanne McKeown, stylizing the compound leaf structure of a Scottish rowan tree.

Dimensions: 1 3/8 " x 1 "

Rowan Cross