6″ Celtic Cross no 1

For centuries, Celtic symbols and signs held incredible power for the ancient Celts in every way of life.

The Celtic cross associated with Celtic Christianity, although it has older, pre-Christian origins.

The cross is a meeting of divine, universal energies. It represents the harmony and stability of powerful, sacred energies both seen and unseen in our universe.

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6″ Celtic Cross no 2

For centuries, Celtic symbols and signs held incredible power for the ancient Celts in every way of life.

The Celtic cross associated with Celtic Christianity, although it has older, pre-Christian origins.

The cross is a meeting of divine, universal energies. It represents the harmony and stability of powerful, sacred energies both seen and unseen in our universe.

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6″ Celtic Dara Knot

The word Dara comes from the Irish word “Doire”, which means oak tree. The trees were sacred to the Celts (especially the Druids.) The oak was considered to be the king of the trees, revered for its longevity. It is the tree of life, with an impressive root system and leaves that reach the sky. The Dara knot is often said to represent the roots and branches of the Oak tree which is a symbol of destiny, power, strength, wisdom, leadership and endurance.

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6″ Celtic Sailor Knot

This knot made from two inter-twined ropes dates back to the ancient times when the Celtic sailors who spent long months at sea would remember their sweethearts and weave rope mementoes for them. The sailor's knot is actually two entwined knots and so, symbolizes harmony, friendship, affection and deep love.

Denoting the union of two into one, the knot stands for the blending of individual lives into one with a common purpose. Though quite simple to tie, it is one of the strongest knots there can be and is representative of a bond that grows stronger with time and under pressure.

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6″ celtic seal

Handmade Celtic Mermaid tile in Porcelain clay with a turquoise glaze.

The Selkie is a  mythological creature found in Irish, Scottish and Icelandic folklore, they were believed to live as seals and said to shed their seal skins to become human on land.

Our tiles can be used to enhance a fire surround, bathroom, kitchen backsplash or make beautiful gifts when framed.

These tiles are hand carved, pressed, glazed and made especially for you giving each one a unique character. As a result, colour may vary slightly.

Tile measures 6″x6″ inch

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6″ Celtic Shield Knot

For centuries, Celtic symbols and signs held incredible power for the ancient Celts in every way of life.

The shield knot is often found on shields of warriors and adorning the clothes of children

The ancient Celts believed it offered protection from sickness and evil

It can be made in several designs, but its uniqueness lies in its four distinct corners. A Shield Knot is usually shaped as a square or appears to be a square within a circle

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6″ Mermaid

Handmade Celtic Mermaid tile in Porcelain clay with a turquoise glaze.

According to Celtic Mythology, the Merrow frolicked in the frigid waters near the rugged Irish coastline…these sea fairies were women from the waist up, and fish from the waist down.

Although there were also male Merrow, they were far less attractive and irresistible than their female counterparts.

Our tiles can be used to enhance a fire surround, bathroom, kitchen backsplash or make beautiful gifts when framed.

These tiles are hand carved, pressed, glazed and made especially for you giving each one a unique character. As a result, colour may vary slightly.

Tile measures 6″x6″ inch

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6″Celtic Love (Eternity) knot

The Eternity Celtic knot symbolizes the never-ending eternal circle of life. There is no beginning or end so it represents changeless, everlasting cycle- of time, of enlightenment, of love and friendship.

Where the knot crosses it symbolises unity and wisdom. It is believed that the Celts exchanged these knots in much the same way as we exchange rings in the modern age.

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Celtic Swan

In celtic mythology the swan was a symbol of longevity,purity and beauty. It was said to hold the light of the moon and the sun. As with many animals and birds in celtic mythology, it was believed to be a … Read More

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