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History in miniature
Celtic Cross & carved stones
Pictish Cross & carved stones
Historic Architecture models
This is a contemporary sculpture based on the styles and designs of dark age and medieval Celtic & Pictish High Crosses.
The “Tree Of Life” Celtic Cross is a contemporary design by Stuart Fellowes, taking elements from existing Celtic Crosses and combining them in this beautiful piece, simple yet full of Meaning.
The sun, unicorn, dog, triquetra and the tree were used by the Celts to represent various positive energies such as power, companionship, healing, life, spirituality, loyalty and protection.
The centre cross design is that of a Celtic tree symbol. When a tribe cleared the land for a settlement, they always left a great tree in the middle, known as the "crann bethadh" or Tree of Life, that embodied the security of the people. Chieftains were inaugurated at the sacred tree, for, with its roots stretching down to the lower world, its branches reaching to the upper world, it connected him with the power both of the heavens and the worlds below. Trees were regarded as living, magical beings who bestowed blessings from the Otherworld
This sculpture carries the spirit of the Celtic craftsmen and spirituality and embodies the virtues of the cross
Resin cast reproduction of Stuart Fellowes’ original sculpture.
C13 Tree of life Celtic Cross
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