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Celtic Boar Pin Badge
Quantity:  3.25

The first invaders of England were the Celts, who began crossing the English Channel around 500 BC. The Celts, a warlike people, were divided into various tribes.

Celtic artists used combinations of curved lines, spirals and interlaced patterns, which were based on natural forms such as plants and animals.

This pewter Celtic boar is supplied on a pin with clasp. The information on the reverse of the card describes about the early Celtic English invaders and also their art.

 
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