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Brooches

Each handmade brooch, built in Sterling Silver or in Gold, with a locking pin clasp is an adornment to any ensemble and will be treasured through time as an heirloom piece of jewellery.

  • Durrow Spiral Brooch
    $88.50 Choose Options Durrow Spiral Brooch
    This pattern holds the trinity in its center. A protection from evil, found in the outer quadrants of a cross at Durrow Abbey, Kings Co. The father to son relationship is carried on insuring family values held throughout...
  • Eassie Knot Brooch
    $88.50 Choose Options Eassie Knot Brooch
    Taken from a stone at Eassie, in Perthshire this pattern is an elongated adaptation of the Briar Rose found in Co. Clare. It is formed by one line symbolising continuity as a protection from evil. The four Quadrants point...
  • Fancy Two Spirals Brooch
    $88.50 Choose Options Fancy Two Spirals Brooch
    The spiral dates back to the Neolithic times carved in stone at such sites as New Grange in Ireland 3000, BC. (Refer to our Two Spirals pattern) This design is a slightly more elaborate version, shows the pattern left and...
  • Fechin Cross Brooch
    $88.50 Choose Options Fechin Cross Brooch
    One continuous band circulating into four quadrant shaped knots. This symbol is believed to be the guardian of the spirit. The quadrants represent protection in the four directions. This symbol is found on the high cross at...
  • Four Hearts Brooch
    $88.50 Choose Options Four Hearts Brooch
    Taken from the Bore stone of Gask, in Perthshire. This complex, pictish pattern, shows four hearts. Balanced North, South, East, and West forming a cross this would have been thought of as a symbol to protect love from evil...
  • Hares & Moons Brooch
    $88.50 Choose Options Hares & Moons Brooch
    This pattern was brought to me from a book of fairy dreams (I found the fable to be quite fascinating.) The Celts in Ireland believed not in the man in the moon but the "Hare in the Moon." Notice how the ears join from a...
  • Iona Knot Brooch
    $88.50 Choose Options Iona Knot Brooch
    This symbol indicates achieving peace within oneself. The pattern is often used as a talisman, created by one continuous line forming four three-part triquetras which represent eternity, fidelity, and unity to a thought,...
  • Lockenbooth Brooch
    $88.50 Choose Options Lockenbooth Brooch
    Dating back more than 400 years, this lover's brooch is said to have been given to Lord Darcy by Mary Queen of Scots. The intertwined hearts with a crown above suggest love, loyalty and friendship. This is the Scottish...
  • Lover's Knot Brooch
    $88.50 Choose Options Lover's Knot Brooch
    This pattern is found carved in stone at Meigle in Perthshire, Scotland. It is created from one continuous line, which represents eternity, fidelity, and unity to a thought, person or idea. The inner pattern consists of four...
  • O'Carrolan's Knot Brooch
    $88.50 Choose Options O'Carrolan's Knot Brooch
    This pattern named for the famous celtic harper is taken from the decorative illumination of the 6th. to 8th. century manuscript the Book of Kells. It is formed from one line unsymmetrical but strangely balanced. It was...