Celtic Cross Pewter Plaid Brooch
- SKU: APB10
- Categories: Badges and Brooches, Celtic Jewelry, Celtic Pins and Brooches, Featured, Highland Accessories, Plaid Brooches, Sash and Plaid Brooches, Stocking Stuffers
- Tags: Celtic Cross, Celtic Knot, Made in Scotland, Pewter
- Made in Scotland
- Measures 3.75 in Diameter
- Made from Solid Pewter
- Add onto your Fly Plaid or Great Kilt
Only 1 left in stock (can be backordered)
Tartan Jewelry Gift Bag
- Customizable tartan jewelry gift bag
- Measures approximately 4inches wide by 5.5 inches long
- Pull string closure to keep your treasures safe
- Bring tartan culture to everyday used
Celtic Cross Pewter Plaid Brooch
According to popular legend, the Celtic Cross was introduced by St Patrick when he was converting the pagans in Ireland to Christianity. Much of the oral history and wisdom of the old Celtic ways has been lost and our understanding of the symbolism of the Celtic Cross today is largely based on Roman writing and Christian monks who transcribed the mythology of the Celts.
The symbolism of the Celtic cross is indicative of the human desire to know and experience the unfolding mystery of life. The arms of the cross offer four ways to ascension, an invitation to objectively know nature, wisdom, god/goddess, and the self.
The “Celtic Knot” is a stylized graphical representation of knots and braids used for decoration. Most commonly attributed to the ancient Celts, the art form is also commonly found in Norse and even Egyptian artifacts.
Spirals, step patterns, and key patterns are dominant motifs in Celtic art before the Christian influence on the Celts, which began around 450. These designs found their way into early Christian manuscripts and artwork with the addition of depictions from life, such as animals, plants and even humans. In the beginning, the patterns were intricate interwoven cords, called plaits (braids), which can also be found in other areas of Europe, such as Italy, in the 6th century. A fragment of a Gospel Book, now in the Durham Cathedral library and created in northern Britain in the 7th century, contains the earliest example of true knotted designs in the Celtic manner.
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- Crafted custom just for you, but please allow between 6-12 weeks to have it created and shipped to you
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Custom-made just for you! Please allow 6-16 weeks for delivery. Please click for important information about custom-order items.
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