Samhain was the time of year when the veils between this world and the Otherworld were believed to be at their thinnest. During the celebration, the Celts wore costumes – usually animal heads and skins. The modern day equivalent is Hallowe’en. This design represents the different planes between the spiritual and material world. It is made with sterling silver and inlaid with brass. It is designed by Una in Ireland and is based on Celtic mythology and fairy lore.