THE STORY OF CELTIC KNOTWORK
The gorgeous Celtic design of interlacing symmetry has fascinated man for centuries. Each knot consists of a single strand that has no end or beginning, representing the infinity of the universe and life. The overlapping complex strands represent the ever-changing and complicated connections between nature, humanity, and the Gods.
Celtic TOTE Bags
Decorative, strong & lots of room...
$12.95 (reg. $15.95)
These sturdy cotton canvas bags are ideal for carrying books or groceries, and eye-catching as well. Roughly 16-17" square with handle height of 15" - long enough to carry comfortably as a shoulder bag. Variety of designs available.
Care: Washable in warm water; hang to dry, press lightly with warm iron if needed. Durable & Versatile!
Celtic Open Tote Bag
This sturdy Celtic tote bag is so versatile. Made of 100% quality, light cotton canvas and measures 16 inches wide X 17 inches tall. Double shoulder straps are 34 inches from end to end.
Tote bag has a 5 inch wide flat bottom so it stays upright when filled.
A mid to heavy weight cotton canvas tote bag with many uses. They are color fast and can be machine washed on cool/gentle and tumble dried. The Celtic design is on both sides of the tote bag.
Your Celtic tote bag can be used for....
~JUST ABOUT ANYTHING YOU NEED TO STICK IN A BAG ~:-)
Limited quantites SPECIAL SALE
$17.95 (reg. $21.95)
Ancient CHESS Game of Fidchell
only $99.00 (reg. $110.)
SHIPPING based on weight & distance
Handmade Celtic Chess Set ( AKA Fidchell )
The Celtic Chess Set is based on the ancient Irish game of ‘Fidchell’, devised by Lugh the Ildána, Celtic God of Arts and Crafts in the 9th Century. The four corner squares represent the four provinces of Ireland and the center square is the fifth province – Meath, where the High King sat on the Hill of Tara.
The High King has eight defenders. There are twelve attackers. The objective of the game is for the High King to travel to one of the four provinces without being captured. With 12 attackers and only 8 defenders how is the King ever to win? Skill and wit, as ever, holds out!
Game rules included.
Board 29 cm x 22 cm / Squares are 2.5 cm / King is 4 cm / Pieces are 3 cm
Created at O'Gowna Studios, Co Dublin, Ireland