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the Celtic Letters

 

the St. Berechtir Cross

This 9th Century cross is a beautiful example of early Celtic ornamentation. It is one of the earliest dated examples of Celtic art which has survived.
The cross is covered with a diagonal key-pattern and a central circle is filled in with a wreath of interlaced knotwork, but leaving a small central circle to symbolize the motionless mover, God.

 

The
Saint Berechtir
Cross

Tullylease, Co. Cork, Ireland

length
12" / 30cm
width
6.5" /16cm
weight
4lb / 2kg
price
$58.00
(+ S&H)
 
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the original Cross Slab
the original Cross Slab of St. Berechtir,
Tullylease, Co. Cork, Ireland