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An intricately detailed Celtic Cross made in a small family pottery in Scotland. This blue cross is designed to hang on the wall and is 23cm high.
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THE CELTIC CROSS
The Celtic Cross, carved from stone, can be found throughout the British Isles with some beautiful examples in Ireland and Scotland, many ten feet or more high. The ones in existence are dated back to the 5th Century.
There are many theories to the symbolism but it can be assumed the Celtic cross symbolises the bridge to higher energies and planes of existence. It represents the relationship between the celestial realm (vertical axis) and the earthly plane (horizontal axis). The circle around the cross symbolises both the Wheel of Life and the Sun. It is easy to see why the Celts easily adapted their ancient religious beliefs to the ideas of Christianity.
Celtic, Celtic Knots
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