Celtic & Viking buckles

For use with interchangeable belts

BU01

The triscele is found in late Celtic & Norse art. It is believed to represent the three realms of lore; the past, present and future. One of the most popular of ancient Northern designs, it survived well into the Christian period, probably because it could also be said to represent the Holy trinity

BU02

The Celts used knotwork to decorate many of their artifacts. To them, the intricate patterns woven into spirals and knots symbolised the continuity of life.

BU06

The Celts used knotwork to decorate many of their artifacts. To them, the intricate patterns woven into spirals and knots symbolised the continuity of life. This design is from a Viking shield.

BU28

The “Mermaids Purse” is an ancient design inspired by the empty dogfish egg sacs which commonly wash up on our Northern shores

£22.00

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BU47

The triscele is found in late Celtic & Norse art. It is believed to represent the three realms of lore; the past, present and future

BU11

The Celtic Cross is found in ancient sites all over Scotland, England, Ireland & Wales. During the early Christian period they were carved in local stone by the native Celts. Many are still intact today