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When Celtic monks created the Book of Kells around 800 AD, they illustrated it with a glorious menagerie of birds and animals that add meaning to the sacred text. Early Christians believed the peacock represented eternal life, based on the legend that its flesh never decayed. Poised between two circular crosses on an emerald green background, this handsome fellow adds a glorious accent to your wardrobe. From an Irish family-owned business based in the heart of Dublin, home of Trinity College, where the Book of Kells is on display. 1"w x 1 5/8ʺh; teardrop, rhodium-plated setting. Gift box.