Narrow Celtic Knotwork Ring
Knotwork has its origins in the Roman empire 1800 years ago, but was adopted and further stylised into what we now recognise as Celtic Knotwork by the Celts of northern Europe. Other cultures developed their own brand of knotwork: Byzantine illumination, Coptic art, Islamic art, Medieval Russian book illumination and Ethiopian art to mention a few.
Mark has a fascination with all repeating pattern forms, but celtic knotwork holds a special part of his affections, as born in the Noth East, he spent time when he was young in Durham and at Holy Island (Lindesfarne) - both renowned for their great examples of historic Celtic Knotwork.
Handmade Solid Sterling Silver. Size Y shown weighs 8g. Prices of differing sizes may vary with silver content.