Size: 1cm long x 1cm wide
The oldest symbols often associated with the Celts are spirals. Spirals appear in many forms in Celtic Art. Newgrange in the Boyne valley, a 5,000 years old Site inspired the BdeS spiral collection.
The standing stones dotted around the Dingle Peninsula are anther example of the significance of spirals : Riasc, Aglish, Fionnán , Ardmore & The Ogham Alphabet Stone
The Celtic Christian illuminated manuscripts such as The Book of Kells has also inspired the BdeS Spiral Collection
The Spiral is a sacred symbol that represents the journey and change of life as it unfolds.
It represents growth and evolution… also eternity and continuity. It is one of the most common symbols found among rock art created by ancient peoples. This symbol represents eternal life and provides magical protection also.