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Interlaced Cross Pin Badge
Quantity:  3.25

This beautiful range of hand cast pewter pin badges has been inspired by the designs found in ancient Celtic manuscripts, on stone carvings and in artefacts which show how skilled the Iron Age Celts were at working metal.

Celtic artists worked in a style characterised by a balance of form, delicacy and most of all by its spirals and interlacing. The Spiral is the natural form of growth. In every culture past and present it has become a symbol of eternal life.

This Interlaced Cross pin badge is made from lead-free. The information on the reverse of the card describes Celtic designs and how skilled the Iron Age Celts were at working metal.

 
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