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Scotland’s History and heritage in miniature
Celtic & Pictish Crosses & carved stones
Historic Architecture models
This Piece is named “Lord Of The Isles” Cross and it is a contemporary depiction of the original Celtic Cross taken from a 8th Century carved cross stone slab that is now located in the Iona Abbey Museum. It has been ascribed to Domhnall mac Raghnaill, the progenitor of Clan Donald, who’s Chieftains held the title “Lord Of The Isles” until 1403.
This sculpture is presented as a hand-worked bronze cross that would have been used as a personal amulet or altar piece. The original was carved by Stuart Fellowes into a block of wax in the same manner that a Celtic craftsman would have done to create a “Lost Wax” bronze casting.
This piece is created in cold-cast bronze that has been entirely hand made at every stage from carving the original model to the final coat of wax polish on this reproduction. It is designed for wall hanging and can be mounted flush using the built in “hanging hole” on the back.
Hand polished. Cold-cast Bronze reproduction of Stuart Fellowes’ original sculpture.