Celtic Symbol, 35 x 35 mm, two-faced design, 925 old silver finishing
The oldest Irish crosses (cross-slabs) in Carndonagh and Fahan, Co. Donegal missing the ring, which appears only in the Cross of Ahenny (8th century) and the 12th century Dysert O'Dea) (County Clare) disappears but with grave crosses today is common. A formal approach to genuine Celtic Cross represents raw Errigal Keerogue cross in a cemetery in County Tyrone. A trend towards Celtic cross is perhaps the undatierbare Cross in the cemetery of Noughaval (Co. Clare). Especially the early Irish crosses (Carndonagh and Fahan - 7th + 8th century) are decorated with node patterns in several guises.
This Product was added to our catalogue on 15/04/2016.