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Celtic Designs

Celtic designs that inspire me. Yes, I also like celtic jewelry...

Hilton of Cadboll Stone The Hilton of Cadboll Stone is a Class II Pictish stone discovered at Hilton of Cadboll, on the Tarbat Peninsula in Easter Ross, Scotland. It is one of the most magnificent of all Pictish cross-slabs. On the seaward-facing side is a Christian cross, and on the landward facing side are secular depictions.

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Motif No 2 stencil from The Stencil Library CELTIC range. Buy stencils online. Stencil code CE28.

Motif No 11 stencil from The Stencil Library CELTIC range. Buy stencils online. Stencil code CE40.

Motif No 5 stencil from The Stencil Library CELTIC range. Buy stencils online. Stencil code CE34.

Motif No 14 stencil from The Stencil Library CELTIC range. Buy stencils online. Stencil code CE45.

Brooch. British Brigantian. Dragonesque brooch peculiar to Northern England.

Tullylease Cross - considered the finest Early Christian cross slab in Ireland, this 8th century artifact is found in the ruins of the monastery founded by St. Berichter in County Cork.  The cross consists of a labyrinth of key patterns & several bosses & has been compared to metal processional crosses as the possible inspiration for this kind of design in stone.

Historic Impressions Products: Irish and Celtic Artifacts

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Bronze neck ring, or torque, featuring a design of both geometrical shapes and waves. Celtic, 5th to 3rd century B.C. Source: Metropolitan Museum of Art

Copper alloy bracelet with a spiral design. Celtic, 2nd century B.C. Source: Metropolitan Museum of Art

Wolf head

Vector Celtic Wolf by Lupas-Deva on deviantART

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Celtic Tutorial 1 by *Dweran on deviantART

Celtic Tutorial 1 by Dweran on deviantART

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kind of complicated but very cool!

celtic designs by Crowly on deviantART

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kind of complicated but very cool!

celtic designs by Crowly on deviantART

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The Stiring Torcs, set of four torcs discovered in Stirlingshire, Scotland in 2009. These are the two twisted ones. Gorgeous, and so sophisticated. They were deliberately buried at some point. They're believed to be from between 300-100BC.

Stirling torcs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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