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Silver Celtic Weave CufflinksSilver Celtic Weave Cufflinks Ref: cuff1
Stunning sterling silver celtic weave cufflnks. size: 1.2cm by 1.2cm. 


Price:   40.00 / $60.00 


Silver Skull Cufflinks Ref: silcuff2
Totally gothic sterling silver skull cufflinks. Perfect for the well dressed goth! 


Price:   65.00 / $97.50 
Silver Skull Cufflinks


Silver Thistle BroochSilver Thistle Brooch Ref: BR1003
The beautiful but prickly scottish symbol!

There is a legend of how the thistle came to be the scottish symbol; A sleeping party of Scottish warriors were almost set upon by an invading band of Vikings and were only saved when one of the attackers trod on a wild thistle with his bare feet. His cries raised the alarm and the roused Scots duly defeated the Danes. In gratitude, the plant became known as the Guardian Thistle and was adopted as the symbol of Scotland.

Size: Approx 3.4cm by 3cm. 


Price:   20.00 / $30.00 


Silver & Agate Celtic Brooch Ref: BR1007
Stylish celtic brooch.

Avaliable with Black Agate, Green Agate or Lapis Lazuli. Click on picture to see the full range.

Size: 8.4cm long

 
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Price:   25.00 / $37.50 
Silver & Agate Celtic Brooch


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Silver & Agate Celtic BroochSilver & Agate Celtic Brooch Ref: BR1012
Stylish celtic brooch.

Avaliable with Black Agate, Green Agate, Lapis Lazuli, Mother of Pearl or Carnelian. Click on picture to see the full range.

Size: 1cm by 4.5cm.  
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Price:   20.00 / $30.00 


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Silver Celtic Brooch Ref: BR1013
Beautiful and stylish celtic knotwork brooch.

Size: 3cm by 1.6cm 


Price:   20.00 / $30.00 
Silver Celtic Brooch


Silver Triskele BroochSilver Triskele Brooch Ref: BR1015
The triskele, or triple spiral, is a symbol closely related to the triquetra, is a tripartite symbol composed of three interlocked spirals. The spiral is an ancient Celtic symbol related to the sun, afterlife and reincarnation - it is drawn in one continuous line, suggesting a continuous movement of time.

Size: 2.5cm by 2.5cm

 


Price:   26.00 / $39.00 


Silver Eternity Celtic Knotwork Brooch Ref: BR1018
A Celtic knotwork brooch forming a circle. Circular Celtic designs represented eternity and unity.

Size: 3.3cm diameter. 


Price:   30.00 / $45.00 
Silver Eternity Celtic Knotwork Brooch


Silver Horse Head BroochSilver Horse Head Brooch Ref: BR1019
Striking and unusual horse head brooch.

Horses were highly respected animals by the celts, they were seen to symbolise virality, speed and fertility.

Size: 3.4cm long 


Price:   25.00 / $37.50 


Silver Cardonough Cross Brooch Ref: BR1020
The ring-less cross of Carndonough, is traditionally regarded as one of the earliest crosses, 9th Century.The east face has two figured scenes. The larger of the two is the "The Crucifixion" with angels above and below lower scene is thought to be the three holy women walking toward the tomb, a scene that was frequently substituted for, but indicating "The Resurrection."

Origin: Co. Donegal, Ireland

Size: 4.5cm by 1.7cm 


Price:   25.00 / $37.50 
Silver Cardonough Cross Brooch


 Silver Dromiskin Cross Brooch Silver Dromiskin Cross Brooch Ref: BR1024
The round boss in the centre of the cross is decorated with a spiral symbolising continous creation and spiritual growth. Along the arms of the cross and along the shaft is simple knotwork. Knotwork is a symbol of continuity and eternal life.

This cross can be found in Dromiskin, County Lough, Ireland.

Size: 3.5cm by 2.2cm 


Price:   22.50 / $33.75 


Silver Nunnery Cross Brooch Ref: BR1025
This cross originates from ruins of an old nunnery on the Scottish Island of Iona.

Size: 1.5cm by 3.3 cm. 


Price:   20.00 / $30.00 
Silver Nunnery Cross Brooch


Silver Thurso Cross BroochSilver Thurso Cross Brooch Ref: BR1027
The 8th Century Thurso Cross is found on the skinnet cross slab in the far Northeast of Scotland and is now at the Thurso Museum. Its shape is known as a rounded angle cross and is not ringed. The design in the middle of the cross is a variation of an ancient pictish symbol, the Ramshorn. The knotwork covering the rest of the cross is wickerwork interlace, which is unending and thus cannot be untied. The knotwork is also said to represent everlasting life.

Size: 2.3cm by 3.3cm. 


Price:   20.00 / $30.00 


Silver Shandwick Cross Brooch Ref: BR1028
The design is taken from a cross slab dating from the 8th Century, the unringed, rounded angle Shandwick Cross is part of a triad of stones found along the eastern cost of Ross-shire situated within a few miles of each other and close to the sea.

They were thus also a landmark for local shipping. Along with the other 2 crosses, the Nigg and Hilton of Cadboll Stones, they are said to be monuments to three Norse brothers whose bodies were washed up on the shore after a great storm.

The main feature of the design is the interlocking spirals.

Size: 2cm by 3.3cm

 


Price:   20.00 / $30.00 
Silver Shandwick Cross Brooch


Silver Ahenny Cross BroochSilver Ahenny Cross Brooch Ref: BR1029
This cross is from a graveyard, just north of the town of Carrick and is one of the earliest high crosses in Ireland. It was erected in the 8th Century and marked the burial place of early Bishops of the Irish Church.

The symbolic meaning of a wheel headed celtic cross is to represent the cosmic axis. Whereby the base is Annwn, the underworld, or the subconscious; the shaft is Abred, the middle earth, rising conciousness; and the wheel is the circle of Gwynvyd, transcendence to the upperworld. With its pyramid shaped base, representing Annwn, inside which is the realm of the undead, this cross is a good example of symbolism.

Our cross shows the east face of the north cross. The 5 projecting 'snake egg' bosses are the main feature of this cross. They are a symbol of resurrection, because they shed their skin and come out alive and stronger. There are elaborate interlace, spiral and fret designs all over this cross and it was renowned at its time of construction for the amount of abstract ornamental design.

Size: 4.6cm by 2.6cm. 


Price:   25.00 / $37.50 


Silver Killamery Cross Brooch Ref: BR1035
Our cross shows the east face of this impressive and unique 9th Century cros. It was carved from sandstone and stand at 12' high. It is situated in an old graveyard in kilkenny and is one of the western Ossory group of crosses.

Its depicts 4 snakes/serpents, 2 coming out of interlace and 2 below a strange beast, which could be the Hound of Culann, the great Irish hero.

Snakes represent rebirth and resurrection, because they shed their skins and come out again alive and stonger.

The snake egg boss in the centre further reinforces this. The fact that 2 of the snakes are comming from the knotwork is also significant. It was said that knotwork was a way of conusing him and keeping evil spirits at bay. If animals were incorporated, it brought the knotwork to life and increased the magical power.

Down the shaft are marigold symbols, originally a Roman emblem and triskeles. There is an inscription on the base of the cross, which says, a prayer for Maelsechnaill. He was a hig king of Ireland from 846 - 862 AD.

Size: 2.3cm by 4.5cm

 


Price:   25.00 / $37.50 
Silver Killamery Cross Brooch


Silver Maeltuile Cross BroochSilver Maeltuile Cross Brooch Ref: BR1037
This Cross design is taken from a tombstone in the town of Clonmacnoise in Ireland, and is from the 9th Century. Its main features are its labyrinth like design and stunning spiral pattern in the centre.

Size: 2.5cm by 3.5cm 


Price:   20.00 / $30.00 


Silver Moone Cross Brooch Ref: BR1038
The Moone Cross from County Kildare, Ireland, erected in the early 9th Century. It is believed to be the earliest cross that has scenes from the Old and New Testament that are arranged thematically. However, our cross shows the west face, with a spiral in the centre, angels on the arms, and the shaft showing, in a primitive style, animal symbols.

Like the human figures, their detail has been kept to a minimum. They represent some of the domestic and wild animals that were important to the people at that time. (one suggestion is that the sculptor was deliberately trying to make the figures look unnatural to avoid any potential accusations of idolatry. Between 730 and 843AD, this was banned by byzantine church.)

Size: 1.8cm by 4.5cm 


Price:   20.00 / $30.00 
Silver Moone Cross Brooch


Silver St Martins Cross BroochSilver St Martins Cross Brooch Ref: BR1039
This Cross is the best preserved of the 5 remaining high crosses on the island. It is estimated to be from the mid 8th Century and is named after St Martin of Tours. The 5 large bosses or 'snake eggs' in and around the centre spiral are a symbol of resurrection, because they shed their skins and come out again alive and stronger.

This is further reinforced by the intertwining snakes and smaller bosses running up and down the shaft. The outer circle depicts the sunwheel, also the higest point of the cosmic axis, the Circle of Gwynvyd, from where one transcends into the upperworld and eternity.

Size: 1.5cm by 4.8cm 


Price:   22.50 / $33.75 


Silver, Malachite & Citrine Shield Brooch Ref: SILBRO02
This unusual medieval-design brooch takes a shield design. The edge of the shield is set with beautiful green malachite stones, while a large piece of orange citrine takes the centre.

3cm diameter 


Price:   55.00 / $82.50 
Silver, Malachite & Citrine Shield Brooch


Silver, Mother of Pearl & Blue Topaz Lapel ClipSilver, Mother of Pearl & Blue Topaz Lapel Clip Ref: SILCLIP02
This highly unusual yet exquisite lapel clip features a five-leaf design, hand-carved in iridescent green mother-of-pearl. Below, suspended on a moveable hinge, is a teardrop-shaped, pretty blue topaz, measuring 8mm in length.

The clip measures 4cm x 2.5cm. 


Price:   50.00 / $75.00 


Silver Celtic Brooch with Semi Precious Stones Ref: BR1011
Beautiful celtic brooch avaliable in a range of semi precious stones: Turqouise, Cornelian, Mother of Pearl and as pictured here Black Agate.

Size: 2.7cm by 2cm. 
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Price:   20.00 / $30.00 
Silver Celtic Brooch with Semi Precious Stones

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