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A Pewter/Stainless Steel Pocket Watch.Quartz movement. Battery operated.

-Scottish Piper

The Scottish bagpipes are Scotlands most popular instrument, and are used a lot in many different ceremonies, such as weddings, funerals, festivals etc. The piper here is dressed in the traditional scottish kilt and cap.

-Scotland map

A beautifully detailed map of Scotland. Perfect for a Scotsman!

-Claddagh

The design is that of the Claddagh taken from the famous love symbol designed in the town of Claddagh, Co. Galway by Richard Joyce back in the year 1689. The design is often used for wedding rings as it is based on the ring that Richard made for his bride to be. The symbolisms are "hands for friendship", "heart for love" and "crown for loyalty".

-Shamrock

A classic Irish motif, the Shamrock has been recognised as the symbol of Ireland for centuries. It is said that Saint Patrick, Ireland's patron saint, used the shamrock to describe the Holy Trinity - The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit - each represented by a leaf.

-Ireland

A beautifully detailed map of our Emerald Isle, an ideal gift for someone who may have moved or is moving abroad.

-Celtic B

The Celtic designs seen on our products are taken from the Kells manuscripts, the most famous Irish artefact. Celtic symbols and designs have been around for centuries, and were first found on Ogham stones, in manuscripts drawn/written by the monks or in old monasteries around Ireland.

-Trinity Knot

‘Triquerta’ meaning three-cornered, is the latin word given to the Trinity knot. Found in the famous Kells manuscripts, it is believed that one of the many symbols of the Trinity knot is religious – representing the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. It is also believed that the Trinity knot is a symbol of three forces of nature; water, fire and earth. In Celtic culture, the number 3 is hugely symbolic. Many things come in threes in Celtic beliefs, such as the three domains (earth, sky, sea) and the three stages of life (youth, adulthood, old age).

-Celtic A

The Celtic designs seen on our products are taken from the Kells manuscripts, the most famous Irish artefact. Celtic symbols and designs have been around for centuries, and were first found on Ogham stones, in manuscripts drawn/written by the monks or in old monasteries around Ireland.

 




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