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  • Three Spirals Tie Tack
    $38.50 Choose Options Three Spirals Tie Tack
    This is taken from an earlier Neolithic design, this pattern re- occurs in the 8th Century using the triskele (the heart, the soul and the mind) echoing the patterns used in the Neolithic tombs outside New Grange in 5000BC,...
  • Two Spirals Tie Tack
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    Taken from pictish art, and dating back more than three thousand years, this pattern is equivalent to the balance of above and below, the real and mystical worlds united, and has similarities to the yin and yang. The Bonding...
  • Restan Tie Tack
    $38.50 Choose Options Restan Tie Tack
    As in Donough's Keep, this design is found in borders or arch ways. It is considered a protective or supportive symbol. A Symbol of letting go or grow from within . This pattern has arrows pointing outward indicating outer...
  • A'isling Cross Tie Tack
    $38.50 Choose Options A'isling Cross Tie Tack
    This emblem is known as the fret or key pattern. It developed simultaneously throughout the world. In the Native American culture it is used as a seasonal or changing symbol, in eastern thought as a positive directional...
  • Iona Knot Tie Tack
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    This symbol indicates achieving peace within oneself. The pattern is often used as a talisman, created by one continuous line forming four three-part triquetras which represent eternity, fidelity, and unity to a thought,...
  • Lover's Knot Tie Tack
    $38.50 Choose Options Lover's Knot Tie Tack
    This pattern is found carved in stone at Meigle in Perthshire, Scotland. It is created from one continuous line, which represents eternity, fidelity, and unity to a thought, person or idea. The inner pattern consists of four...
  • Shamrock Tie Tack
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    From the High Cross at Kilfenora, Co. Clare. Triangular knot work is rare in Ireland but well known in many parts of Scotland. The triquetra in druid times was used to represent the three forces of nature: earth, air and...
  • O'Carrolan's Knot Shirt Studs
    $122.00 Choose Options O'Carrolan's Knot Shirt Studs
    This pattern named for the famous celtic harper is taken from the decorative illumination of the 6 th. to 8 th. century manuscript the " Book of Kells . It is formed from one line unsymmetrical but strangely balanced. It was...
  • Bridget's Moon Shirt Studs
    $122.00 Choose Options Bridget's Moon Shirt Studs
    This pattern, named after Ireland's most celebrated Abbotress Bridget or female saint , but Bridge or Bridget also affiliated to the triple goddess dates to before Christian times , this pattern I first found carved in the...
  • Tullylease Shirt Studs
    $122.00 Choose Options Tullylease Shirt Studs
    From a slab at Tullylease. This design of spirals unites in a central coil of North, South, East, and West , invoking the protection of the trinity in each quadrant; to guard, hold, and cherish from each set of three facing...