Kerry

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This design features a central triskele with the backdrop of it’s shadow lending a contemporary feel. The triskele is comprised of three interlocking spirals. In the Celtic tradition these spirals represented the concepts of motion, progress, and the interconnectedness of past, present, and future while the use of gold evoked qualities of divine light and illumination

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Kerry $70.00$170.00
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In Ireland the Celts and Christian monks used spirals in their designs for several reasons. Firstly, spirals held deep symbolic significance in Celtic and Christian spirituality, representing concepts such as growth, evolution, and eternity. They conveyed the interconnectedness of life’s journey and the cyclical nature of existence. Additionally, spirals were believed to have protective qualities, warding off evil spirits and promoting spiritual growth and enlightenment. By incorporating spirals into their designs, both Celts and Christian monks aimed to express their spiritual beliefs, connect with the divine, and create visually striking artwork that reflected their cultural identity and heritage.

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