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Celtic Zardozi Ornaments

With gorgeous quirky and traditional themes, Katie Larmour Irish Linen’s signature collection of luxury all-year-round 'Christmas' Holiday decoration collection is unique.
Designed in Ireland by Katie Larmour, they are artisan made using premium salvage and deadstock 100% pure Irish Linen - sourced from one of the last remaining linen mills still active in Ireland today. Using eco-friendly recycled fabric has been their signature since 2014. A portion of the beads are reclaimed/recycled.
Perfect for Christmas yet they cover all-year-round themes and occasions making a very versatile, non-seasonal product. An exquisite, magical and sentimental gift to be treasured for all.
On average they are 10cm in the round.


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Claddagh Ornament$24.00
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Claddagh Ornament

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Each of the three motifs included in the Claddagh ring has its own meaning.
Heart: The heart is the central feature of the ring. As you might suspect, the heart represents love.
Crown: The crown is a traditional symbol of royalty. In this case, the crown is a symbol of loyalty.
Hands: The hands that come together to hold the heart and the crown above represent friendship.

Ornament is @ 2.75 inches  

St Brigid’s Cross$24.00
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St Brigid’s Cross

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St.Brigid, also known as Mary of the Gael, is an abbess and patroness of Ireland. She is furthermore the founder of the first Irish monastery in County Kildare, Ireland. Born in Dundalk in 450 AD, St Brigid is accredited with first creating the unique cross which bears her name. This cross was normally hand created from rushes however occasionally straw was also used. Ours is embroidered on fine Irish linen.  

Celtic Book of Kells Irish Linen$24.00
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Celtic Book of Kells 

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The Book of Kells , sometimes known as the Book of Columba is an illuminated manuscript Gospel book in Latin, containing the four Gospels of the New Testament together with various prefatory texts and tables. It was created in a Columban monastery in Scotland. This ornament takes from the beautiful illumination in the book.  

Celtic Lacework Knot Heart$24.00
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Celtic Lacework Knot Heart

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Almost one could call this a lovers knot as the hearts are intertwined and never ending.
 

Irish Harp$24.00
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Irish Harp

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The Celtic harp is a triangular frame harp traditional to the Celtic nations of northwest Europe. It is known as clairseach in Irish, clàrsach in Scottish Gaelic, telenn in Breton and telyn in Welsh.  

Irish Shamrock$24.00
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Irish Shamrock

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Irish Shamrock in linen with the trinity knot on each leave
Known as the triquetra, the Trinity knot is the most recognizable. The Holy Trinity of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit symbolized by the three-fold knot.  

Linked Hearts$24.00
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Linked Hearts

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Two overlapping hearts symbolic of a shared love.
 

Celtic Boss$24.00
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Celtic Boss

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A beautiful intertwined design with no true beginning or end.
 

Lucky Horse Shoe $24.00
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Lucky Horse Shoe 

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The story of Saint Dunstan and the horseshoe varies greatly depending on where you look but I like the one story where in the 10th century St. Dunstan, blacksmith at the time, was visited by the devil himself. The hoofed devil asked for a horseshoe for himself.Dunstan used iron nails to secure a red hot horseshoe tightly on one of his hooves, and the devil howled in great pain. The devil begged for Dunstan to remove the hot shoe. Dunstan agreed under one condition -- the devil must respect the horseshoe and never enter any place where one was hung above the door.  

Irish Reindeer$24.00
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 Irish Reindeer

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A festive addition to your tree this reindeer roams freely perhaps just until Christmas Eve.  

St. Patrick’s Snakes$24.00
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St. Patrick’s Snakes

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Much of what is known about St. Patrick's life has been interwoven with folklore and legend. Historians generally believe that St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, was born in Britain (not Ireland) near the end of the 4th century. At age 16 he was kidnapped by Irish raiders and sold as a slave to a Celtic priest in Northern Ireland. After toiling for six years as a shepherd, he escaped back to Britain. He eventually returned to Ireland as a Christian missionary. This sinuous design is certainly suggestive of snakes with neither head nor tail in sight but a continuous swirl.  

Trinity Knot$24.00
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Trinity Knot

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Known as the triquetra, the Trinity knot is the most recognizable. The Holy Trinity of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit symbolized by the three-fold knot.


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