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Knox Celtic Cross Knotwork Antiqued Stylish Pewter Clock

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Knox Celtic Cross Knotwork Antiqued Stylish Pewter Clock

$100.00

Knox Celtic Cross Knotwork Antiqued Stylish Pewter Clock
Stylish Pewter Clock
Celtic Cross Clock
measures 65.00mm (2.55 inches) x 109.00mm (4.29 inches)
Knox Celtic Cross Knotwork Design

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Knox Celtic Cross Knotwork Antiqued Stylish Pewter Clock
Stylish Pewter Clock
Celtic Cross Clock
measures 65.00mm (2.55 inches) x 109.00mm (4.29 inches)
Knox Celtic Cross Knotwork Design

 This Knox Celtic Cross Knotwork Antiqued Clock is expertly crafted with beautiful Stylish Pewter.  Archibald Knox (1864-1933) was born on the Isle of Man. He was active in the Arts and Crafts movement, which paralleled Europe’s Art Nouveau era of the early 20th century. His designs reflect the Celtic tradition and his belief in functionalism and simplicity of design.

This Clock measures approximately 65.00mm (2.55 inches) x 109.00mm (4.29 inches) x 21.00mm (0.82 inches).  Japanese, battery-operated, clock movement. Spare battery supplied.  Supplied in a satin and velvet gift box.  

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This Clock will become family treasures that will last through the ages!

This beautiful Clock is a perfect gift for any occasion and will present well in any home.

 Please be advised that your item needs to be cast and made before it can be sent to you.  Please allow for sufficient time for your order to arrive.

Perfect for any occasion. This is a gift that will be proudly worn by any member of your family. 

Questions welcome at anytime, my door is always open for assistance.  

A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE CELTS   

For 800 years the Celts were the most powerful people in central and northern Europe. There were many tribes of Celts who spoke related languages,shared similar customs and beliefs, and created works of art in closely connected styles. Invaders, such as the Romans, eventually drove them from their lands, although they never managed to conquer all the Celts, with parts of Scotland, Wales, Cornwall and Ireland continuing under Celtic rule until about AD1100. It is in these lands that Celtic art and designs survived, carved into stone crosses and discovered on jewellery and ornaments. Religious scholars and monks adopted the traditions of Celtic art, creating illuminated texts such as the Book of Kells. The Celtic Cross evolved, with the circle that surrounds the cross symbolising the "great wheel of life" and knotwork denoting the binding of the soul to the world.