Waterford

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This motif features multiple interlocking Celtic triskelse embellished with gold leaves. This design can be seen on the Tara Brooch, a highly ornate piece of medieval Irish metalwork. Gold leaves were also used by Christian monks to decorate religious texts, while in Celtic culture leaves, especially the oak, were symbols of growth, fertility and regeneration. The metallic colours enhance the design by adding depth and dimension to create a sense of movement.

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This design element is featured on the Tara Brooch, which is considered to be a masterpiece of early medieval Irish craftsmanship. It is made of silver and adorned with gold, amber, and glass. It was discovered near Bettystown, County Meath, in 1850, and is not associated with the Hill of Tara despite its name. The brooch, used to fasten garments, features intricate animal motifs, interlace patterns, and filigree work, exemplifying the high artistry of the period. It is now housed in the National Museum of Ireland and is celebrated as one of the finest examples of early medieval Irish art.

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