Chris Brauer

Chris Brauer

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Bronze Triskele Mount, circa 1st century BC Openwork mounts such as these were manufactured in a myriad of designs both for the domestic Celtic market and for sale to Roman Legions... brooches, chariot decorations, or most commonly horse strap connectors, distributors, bridle-bits etc.

The most recognisable celtic symbol the triskele.

Ogham Stone Dunloe County Kerry Ireland Early Irish law indicates stones like this could be called upon to underpin a legal claim to land, while saga writers tell of long-dead heroes who, having fallen in battle, were buried beneath stones bearing their name. Archaeologist R.A.S. Macalister argued that this stone was originally erected as a prehistoric standing stone and the inscription was added later – probably in the fifth century – after invention of a form of writing known as Ogham ...

The Story of Ogham By Catherine Swift Posted October The ancient rune-like writing system is carved into stones across Ireland.

Celtic Raven Money Clip in Stainless Steel and by CelticKnotWorks

Celtic Raven Money Clip - in Stainless Steel and Pewter - ID holder, card clip, minimalist wallet, Celtic Knot Raven

Sterling Silver Morrigan Raven Pendant Celtic Pagan

Sterling Silver Morrigan Raven Pendant Celtic Pagan Love this. I have a similar one tattooed on my back.

IMAGO CORVI - Galleries - Brooches - Celtic Crow

Imago Corvi specializes in enamel arts designed from Celtic Iron Age, Byzantine and Medieval inspiration. Catherine Crowe created Imago Corvi to bring together her two passions of history and art. This is an original design of a celtic crow.