Mark is fascinated by Celtic knotwork, and spends a lot of time designing knots and interlaced designs. In the wide band ring, Mark has represented the maltese cross four times around the ring, whilst staying true to the interlacing rule of under over under over beginning and endless lacing.
When making Celtic knotwork jewellery, Mark likes to work with chunky, deep interlacing, with a profundity and profile to emphasise the detail of the interlacing. With this depth, the beauty of even the most simple knot design becomes apparent.
When making Celtic knotwork jewellery, Mark likes to work with chunky, deep interlacing, to highlight the beauty of the pattern.
As with a lot of highlighted manuscripts, this bracelet is made up of repeating simple symmetrical panels of true knotwork.
This pendant is a thick, solid, heavy symmetrical interlaced panel of true knotwork. With a simple jump ring threaded through the knotwork itself, it is strung on a rubber necklet. It is at the same time bold, definite and intricate.
Thick, chunky, heavy, and yet intricately detailed Celtic knotwork cross cufflinks. Deep interlacing, to highlight the beauty of the classical pattern.
Available with traditional or hand made ball and bar backs.
Like weathered stone, the 'weave' on these cufflinks has been smoothed to a modern looking grid-like surface, showing none of the rise and fall but retaining the familiar historic shape. Another solid pair of sterling silver cufflinks - modern with a traditional reference.