Brooch with Celtic knot-work

Art.Nr.: 07 Br 1 Kelt-Kn
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Brooch with celtic knot - silver plated
Brooch with celtic knot - silver plated
Celtic brooch in use as pendant
Celtic brooch in use as pendant
Celtic knot brooch - back side
Celtic knot brooch - back side
Brooch with celtic knot - bronze
Brooch with celtic knot - bronze
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Brooch with intertwined Celtic knot.

This beautiful Celtic brooch captivates with its depiction of the infinitely intertwined Celtic knot, which has neither beginning nor end.

The Celtic brooch has a diameter of 5 cm and is made of high-quality cast bronze. The Celtic brooch is also available in a silver-plated version.

On the back of the brooch with the Celtic motif of the infinite knot is a solid pin. This magnificent Celtic jewellery can be used to close shirt necklines or a light cloak, or to hold together the gathered fabric of a dress.

In the time of the Celts, brooches and brooches were an indispensable part of personal clothing. But with the small eyelet on the back, the brooch can even be worn as a pendant.

Diameter of the Celtic Knot brooch: 5 cm.

Available in high-quality bronze and real silver-plated.



For centuries, the art of the Celts in Ireland has been characterized by the rich use of manifold knot motifs in an infinite number of different variations, symbolizing life and its imponderables.

Spirals and whirls, on the other hand, which have been a theme in Celtic art since ancient times, symbolise the course of the sun and its powers, which promised growth and prosperity. In Celtic culture, such jewellery also served to close the garment and at the same time was always an expression of a person's wealth and status.
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Brooch with intertwined Celtic knot.

This beautiful Celtic brooch captivates with its depiction of the infinitely intertwined Celtic knot, which has neither beginning nor end.

The Celtic brooch has a diameter of 5 cm and is made of high-quality cast bronze. The Celtic brooch is also available in a silver-plated version.

On the back of the brooch with the Celtic motif of the infinite knot is a solid pin. This magnificent Celtic jewellery can be used to close shirt necklines or a light cloak, or to hold together the gathered fabric of a dress.

In the time of the Celts, brooches and brooches were an indispensable part of personal clothing. But with the small eyelet on the back, the brooch can even be worn as a pendant.

Diameter of the Celtic Knot brooch: 5 cm.

Available in high-quality bronze and real silver-plated.



For centuries, the art of the Celts in Ireland has been characterized by the rich use of manifold knot motifs in an infinite number of different variations, symbolizing life and its imponderables.

Spirals and whirls, on the other hand, which have been a theme in Celtic art since ancient times, symbolise the course of the sun and its powers, which promised growth and prosperity. In Celtic culture, such jewellery also served to close the garment and at the same time was always an expression of a person's wealth and status.
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