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Celtic Crosses

Celtic Crosses by McHarp, Mullingar Pewter and Wild Goose Studios. Erected centuries ago, Celtic Crosses are found throughout Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales. Celtic Crosses were adorned with Celtic Knot Work and symbolism. Many crosses have weathered the ages and are still standing today. These Celtic Crosses serve as an inspiration for the beautiful art work found here with Scottish and Irish Celtic Designs including the Aberfeldy, Ballyshannon, Bealin, Bewcastle, Braddan Kirk, Celtic Knot, Circle and Cross, Claddagh, Derry, Healing Cross, High, Iona, Love Cross, Killamery, Killashandra, Kirk Ruthwell, Limerick, Manx Crucifix, Meditation Cross, Mellifont Abbey, Muthill, Quinn Harp, Skinnet, Saint Bridgit's, Saint Columba Wheel Cross, Saint Kiernan's, Saint John's, Slane Abbey, Standing, Roscera, Tobermory and Waterford. All are made in Ireland and the USA.

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    Standing Celtic Cross

    Standing Celtic Cross

    SAVE 15 PERCENT Standing Celtic Cross with Celtic Animal Interlacing Celtic Knot in the Style of the Book of Kells. The cross is 8 inches tall. Pewter, made in Ireland.

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  • Small Braddan Kirk Cross

    Small Braddan Kirk Cross

    Braddan Kirk Cross, Maughold, Isle of Man. The Scandinavian chain-link design grows into treelike branches where it enters the ring, symbolizing the tree of life. The Braddan Kirk Cross is 8 inches X 4 1/2 inches, story card included, made in the USA.

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  • Small Skinnet Celtic Cross

    Small Skinnet Celtic Cross

    The Skinnet Cross design was taken from an 8th century Pictish cross-slab that was found in the north-east of Scotland. The knot work on the face of the cross symbolizes the eternal theme; the Alpha and Omega beginning and end in the eternal circle. At...

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  • Slane Abbey Cross

    Slane Abbey Cross

    Slane Abbey Cross, County Meath, Ireland. The first Easter fire was lit by St. Patrick, above the Village of Slane in 433 to symbolize the introduction of Christianity. A monastery was built on the site in the 6th century and later a Franciscan friary...

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  • Manx Crucifix Cross

    Manx Crucifix Cross

    Manx Crucifix Cross-Surely one of the most unique and interesting, recreating a delicate piece of Manx carving from the 18th century found among the ruins of an early Christian chapel on the isle of Man. The Manx Crucifix Cross is 7 3/4 inches X 7 3/4...

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  • Ballinrobe Celtic Cross

    Ballinrobe Celtic Cross

    Found in County Mayo, Ireland. Lilies signifying purity of heart, grace the shaft of this cross. Nearby are the ruins of Inishmaina Abbey, originally founded by St. Connan in the 6th century. The cross measures 10 inches x 4 1/2 inches, story card...

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  • Limerick Cross

    Limerick Cross

    Limerick Cross, County Limerick, Ireland. Inspired by the early Viking settlements which eventually grew into the historic city of Limerick, the Harp is used to represent Ireland and is found in Ireland's crest, with Grapes, Ivy, Oak and Wheat providing...

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  • Quinn Harp Cross

    Quinn Harp Cross

    The Harp Cross is located among the ruins of the Quinn Friary, County Clare, Ireland and is approximately 11 feet high. Quinn was founded in 1433 as a Franciscan Friary., built in the ruins of an old Anglo-Norman castle. Carved into the face of the cross...

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