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Celtic crosses from the 10th century, Irish and Scottish

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Knot Work Cross

A most unusual Knot work cross stands in Aberlemno, Scotland.  It's reproduced on both sides in this detailed miniature. 

What makes this cross so unusual is the carvings on the back.  The cross was carved in the 10 century on what was originally a standing stone marker showing a battle scene between Roman soldiers and Celts around the first century.

Figure Cross

A remarkable copy of one of Ireland's most famous standing crosses  This 10th Century high cross is from county Clonmacnoise and is faithfully carved front and back with all the figures just like the original.

Size 2" x 3/4" carved on both sides

Hand cast in bronze or sterling silver.  Mounted on a 28 inch braided cord.  Gift boxed with a history

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