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Interlaced Cross Gem Pin Badge
Quantity:  3.75

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 Interlaced Cross Gem pin badge is made from lead-free and is supplied with either a blue, red or green gem. The information card is full colour on the front and has historical information on the reverse.

 
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