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Eternal interlace brooch

AP161
AP161
Continuous celtic knot brooch, suitable for any plaid or sash.  Made in Scotland by Art Pewter.
Full Details add to cart NZ$51.00

Four Marys brooch

AP206
AP206
This pewter brooch is inspired by Mary Queen of Scots and her four attendants, all called Mary.

1.75" (4.25cm) Diameter
Full Details add to cart NZ$51.00

Glendevon interlace brooch

AP38
AP38
1.5" (3.75cm) Diameter.  This brooch has a Cairngorm in the centre but can be ordered with a light or dark amethyst.  Please allow 3-4 weeks for an order to arrive from Scotland.
Full Details add to cart NZ$66.20

Greek Horse pendant - Bronze

BZP95
BZP95
A Greek horse designed bronze pendant on a gold-plated trace chain.

Width: 23mm Height: 31mm | Chain length: 18 inch (45cm)

Supplied in a satin-lined gift box.
Full Details add to cart NZ$82.30

Bronze Tree of Life pendant

BZP106
BZP106
A beautiful bronze tree of life pendant on a gold plated trace chain.

The concept of a tree of life has been used in science, religion, philosophy, and mythology.
A tree of life is a common motif in various world theologies, mythologies, and philosophies.
It alludes to the interconnection of all life on our planet and serves as a metaphor for common
descent in the evolutionary sense

Diameter – 30mm Chain length: 18 inch (45cm)

Supplied in a satin-lined gift box.
Full Details add to cart NZ$80.90

Alliance brooch

Art Pewter 034
Art Pewter 034
1.5" (3.5cm) Diameter.  Made in Scotland. 
Full Details add to cart NZ$63.00

Celtic Plaid Brooch

Art Pewter 189
Art Pewter 189

2.75" (7cm) Diameter

Plaid Brooches are the traditional method of fastening the plaid, cloak or shawl at the shoulder. The Penannular is the most ancient style and at one time they became so exaggerated in size and design that a law was passed in Scotland forbidding the pin to protrude beyond the shoulder! The Hunterston Brooch is a reproduction of what is arguably the finest remaining example in Scotland of the artistic ingenuity of the tenth century Celt. The other designs all incorporate eternal interlacings from such sources as Lindisfarne and the Book of Kells.

Full Details add to cart NZ$100.00

Culloden plaid brooch

Art Pewter 184
Art Pewter 184
Plaid Brooches are the traditional method of fastening the plaid, cloak or shawl at the shoulder. The Penannular is the most ancient style and at one time they became so exaggerated in size and design that a law was passed in Scotland forbidding the pin to protrude beyond the shoulder! The Hunterston Brooch is a reproduction of what is arguably the finest remaining example in Scotland of the artistic ingenuity of the tenth century Celt. The other designs all incorporate eternal interlacings from such sources as Lindisfarne and the Book of Kells
Full Details add to cart NZ$115.00

Eternal Interlace plaid brooch

Art Pewter 247
Art Pewter 247

Plaid Brooches are the traditional method of fastening the plaid, cloak or shawl at the shoulder. The Penannular is the most ancient style and at one time they became so exaggerated in size and design that a law was passed in Scotland forbidding the pin to protrude beyond the shoulder! The Hunterston Brooch is a reproduction of what is arguably the finest remaining example in Scotland of the artistic ingenuity of the tenth century Celt. The other designs all incorporate eternal interlacings from such sources as Lindisfarne and the Book of Kells.

Full Details add to cart NZ$92.00

Fern kilt pin

277
277
Costume jewellery kilt pin.  Dazzling on the Pride of New Zealand kilt.  Fastens with 2 stud clips rather than a brooch type fitting. 

9cm long and 3cm at widest part.
Full Details add to cart NZ$23.00

Holyrood Luckenbooth brooch

AP002
AP002
A luckenbooth brooch is a Scottish heart-shaped brooch. These brooches often have a crown above one heart, or two intertwined hearts. They are typically made of silver and may be engraved or set with stones.

The name comes from the luckenbooths of Edinburgh where jewellery and trinkets used to be sold, including this type of brooch. Luckenbooth is a Scots word for a lockable stall or workshop. The Edinburgh booths were situated on the Royal Mile near St Giles Cathedral. They were the city's first permanent shops, going back to the 15th century, and initially housing mainly silversmiths and goldsmiths. They were demolished in 1817.

The luckenbooth brooch is a traditional Scottish love token:[1] often given as a betrothal or wedding brooch. It might be worn by a nursing mother as a charm to help her milk flow,[1] and/or be pinned to a baby's clothing to protect it from harm. It was known as a witch-brooch by people using it to save children from the evil eye
Full Details add to cart NZ$43.00

Ladies enamelled watch

5861
5861

Weighs 38g

Detailed Celtic knotwork pendant watch, Designed to be worn around a ladies neck, or to be clipped onto a handbag. Quartz movement with 3 year battery. Comes complete with both chains and a beautiful leatherette presentation box. Features a beautiful enamelled buds design on the front of the watch. In the style of Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

Full Details add to cart NZ$103.60

Scottish Thistle Brooch

AP16
AP16
Scottish thistle brooch.

In ancient times, perhaps wisely, a lack of trust in banks meant that many carried their wealth about their person - often in the form of brooches, elaborately decorated with gem stones. Today those here with stones are mainly good quality glass stones, though some do feature natural stones. The designs are of timeless beauty and enduring appeal. All attractively packaged with general historical notes
Full Details add to cart NZ$63.50

St Petroc cross necklet

JSX03
JSX03
Pewter St Petroc cross necklet with an embossed Celtic knot-work design hung on a tin-plated or surgical steel curb chain.

St Petroc was a Welsh nobleman who was educated in an Irish monastery and then sailed with a small band of followers to the Camel estuary.
He built a church at Padstow with a Celtic monastery as a centre for spreading the Christian faith.  In his travels he also started churches in Bodmin and Little Petherick, as well as in many parts of Britain, Wales and Brittany.
King Constantine ruled the area at this time and was said to have been converted to Christianity by St Petroc when he  rescued the deer that the King was hunting. There are many legends about St Petroc’s healing, miracles and banishing  monsters. He was buried at Padstow. In the 12th Century St Petroc’s Church in Bodmin obtained his relics and put  them in a painted ivory casket, which can still be seen today.

Width:  Height: 18mm Chain length: 18 inch (45cm)

Supplied in a satin and velvet-lined gift box.
Full Details add to cart NZ$105.20

Staffordshire Hoard bronze cross

BZX07
BZX07
Staffordshire Hoard inspired cross – a bronze cross with embossed design and set with a ruby red crystal on gold-plated trace chain. Design inspired by a large gold and garnet cross found amongst the Staffordshire Hoard.

On the 5th July, 2009, whilst metal-detecting on farmland in southern Staffordshire, Terry Herbert began to unearth the largest hoard of Anglo-Saxon treasure ever found. Comprising over 1500 items in gold, silver and other alloys and valued at £3.3 million, the collection is thought to date back to the late 7th and early 8th centuries. St Justin has recreated history by producing items inspired by this amazing find.

Width: 28mm Height: 40mm | Chain length: 18 inch (45cm)

Supplied in a satin and velvet-lined gift box
Full Details add to cart NZ$72.20

Triage Ban Brooch

Art Pewter 035
Art Pewter 035
1.5" (4cm) Diameter.  Made in Scotland a decorative brooch suitable for highland dancing hat/bonnet.  Traditional thistle with celtic knots.
Full Details add to cart NZ$44.50

Kaleidoscope Celtic Cross

XP44
XP44
Large, pewter openwork Celtic cross with embossed design on surgical steel trace chain. 

Width: 41mm Height: 80mm Chain length: 27 inch (69cm)

Supplied in a satin and velvet-lined gift box.
 
Full Details add to cart NZ$64.00

St Piran Cross

St Justin XP26
St Justin XP26

Pewter St Piran cross with an embossed design hung on a surgical steel trace chain.

St Piran is the patron saint of tin miners and also the national saint of Cornwall.

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 Great Wheel of Life and the solar energy.
The tall shafts, like the ancient menhirs and the inscribed stones of the dark ages,
represent the union;between the earth and spirit, the stones firmly fixed in the earth and reaching upwards to the heavens.
In this way it can be seen that Celts easily adapted their ancient religious beliefs to the new ones introduced by Christianity.

Width: 37mm Height: 63mm Chain length: 27 inch (69cm)

Supplied in a satin and velvet-lined gift box.

Full Details add to cart NZ$59.40
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