Three of Pentacles :-



Work : Mars : Capricorn

A sculptor at his work in a monastery. Compare the design which illustrates the Eight of Pentacles. The apprentice or amateur therein has received his reward and is now at work in earnest.
Métier, trade, skilled labour; usually, however, regarded as a card of nobility, aristocracy, renown, glory.
Additional Meanings:
If for a man, celebrity for his eldest son.
Mediocrity, in work and otherwise, puerility, pettiness, weakness. Additional Meanings:
Depends on neighbouring cards.
Work means the exertion or physical effort to achieve something. The materials for working on something. A place of employment.
The Three of Disks is the establishment of a new business or project that may have arisen out of the uncertainty of the Two of Pentacles.
The Three of Pentacles, in a similar manner, exhibits the result of the idea of Earth, of the crystallisation of forces; and so the Three of Pentacles is called the Lord of Work. Something has definitely been done.
Lord of Material World
An abrupt change in a situation; gain in the marketplace; turn for the better in matters of business.
Nobility, Elevation, Dignity, Rank, Power.
Children, Sons, Daughters, Youths, Commencement.
Important, Noble, Consequential, Celebrated, Big, Great, Extensive, Enormous, Magnificent, Renowned, Famous, Powerful, Lofty, Illustrious. Illustration, Esteem, Grandeur of Soul, Nobility of Conduct, Acts of Generosity, Magnificently, Splendidly.
Puerility, Childhood, Childishness, Frivolity. Weakening, Debasing, Reduction, Courteousness, Lowness, Mediocrity, Trifle, Trinket, Servility, Weakness, Child, Infant, Puerile, Puny, Low, Grovelling, Lowly, Contemptible, Humble. Abjection, Humility, Humiliation.
Nobility, noblesse, good and generous action, aristocracy, fame, glory, splendour, etc. Consideration, generous action. The reversed meanings do not appear at all to respond to a card of pentacle-nature and, as in many other cases, simply seem to imply the absence of the better qualities: weakness, humility, vile and abject action, etc. Another version gives: “Metier, trade, skilled labour.” (W.)
Civilisation, aristocracy, good workmanship, skill, civil treatment and noblesse, agreeable relation, m?tier, employment, profession, marriage; good done to other people, bounty, profitable relations in business; restoration, reparation, beneficial arrangement. A marriage will do much good.