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Aberlemno Cross Wall Plaque
Aberlemno Cross Wall Plaque
 The cross used on this wall plaque is found on the Pictish stone in the Churchyard in the Angus village of Aberlemno, Scotland. Each plaque is strung ready to hang, and comes with individual descriptive notes about the original stone. The colours of these plaques are totally individual due to the hand casting process used, and give a very realistic natural stone effect. Height of plaque 26cm
£26.95
Aberlemno Seahorses Wall Plaque
Aberlemno Seahorses Wall Plaque
        The design used on this wall plaque is taken from a Pictish carved stone found in the Angus village of Aberlemno, Scotland. Each plaque is strung ready to hang, and comes with individual descriptive notes about the original stone. The colours of these plaques are totally individual due to the hand casting process used, and give a very realistic natural stone effect. Height of plaque 26cm      
£26.95
Alba Wall Plaque
Alba Wall Plaque
 Alba, the Celtic Kingdom that became Scotland. Over a thousand years ago Scotland did not exist as a single country. The first united Kingdom of the Scots and Picts was formed when King Kenneth mac Alpin united the two peoples in 849AD to form the fledgling Alba. From this birth long ago in the mysterious Dark Ages, Alba evolved to become the modern vibrant country we know today as Scotland. Each plaque is strung ready to hang, and comes with individual descriptive notes about th
£26.95
Amy Brown -  Fairy  Printed Patch
Amy Brown - Fairy Printed Patch
Officially Licensed Amy Brown Patch Size - 76mm in diameter F & F Promotions - Rock by Mail "THE" place to buy Rock Music Merchandise For over 20 years "F & F Promotions" have been selling T.Shirts, Patches, Badges, Postcards, Stickers, Tour Programmes, Baseball Caps, Poster Flags, Jewellery, Scarves, Calendars, Posters, Books, Hoodies, Bandanas, Studded Belts, plus loads more to customers all over the world.
£2.95
Bressay Cross Wall Plaque
Bressay Cross Wall Plaque
 Each plaque is strung ready to hang, and comes with individual descriptive notes about the original stone. The colours of these plaques are totally individual due to the hand casting process used, and give a very realistic natural stone effect. The design used on this plaque is taken from a Pictish stone found on the island of Bressay in the Shetland Islands off the North of Scotland. Height of plaque 26cm
£31.95
Celtic Thistle Wall Plaque
Celtic Thistle Wall Plaque
 Combining the image of Scotland s national flower and the ancient art of the Celts, this Celtic Thistle wall plaque is a unique design from Andrew McGavin Designs.  The notes supplied with this plaque describe the legend of the thistle, and some of the beliefs behind Celtic Art. Each plaque is strung ready to hang, and comes with individual descriptive notes about the original stone. The colours of these plaques are totally individual due to the hand casting process used, and give
£31.95
Failte Wall Plaque
Failte Wall Plaque
The Celtic tradition of hospitality in Scotland. Failte is the Gaelic word for welcome, and the tradition of hospitality dates back to ancient Celtic times. In today's world with travel so much easier, the many visitors to Scotland are assured of a genuine and heartfelt welcome - 'FAILTE!' Height of plaque 12cm  Each plaque is strung ready to hang, and comes with individual descriptive notes about the original stone. The colours of these plaques are to
£22.50
Iona Cross Wall Plaque
Iona Cross Wall Plaque
 The design used on this wall plaque is taken from a Celtic carved stone found on the island of Iona off the West coast of Scotland. Each plaque is strung ready to hang, and comes with individual descriptive notes about the original stone. The colours of these plaques are totally individual due to the hand casting process used, and give a very realistic natural stone effect. Height of plaque 25cm
£26.95
Knotwork Panel Wall Plaque
Knotwork Panel Wall Plaque
 The Knotwork panel on this Celtic Wall Plaque is taken from a stone carved during Scotland's ancient past. Celtic Art has been associated with Scotland since ancient times, but the origins of Celtic designs are now lost. There are many commonly held beliefs about Celtic Knots, many believe the interlaced structure of the Celtic Knot represents the interconnection of the world we live in, connecting past present and future. One of the many things that make Celtic design fascinating is
£21.50