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Canterbury Cross Roundel Wall Plaque

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£29.95
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20051606
  • The Canterbury Cross was designed after a Saxon brooch, c. 850AD that was found in 1867 in Canterbury, England. The original cross, kept at the Canterbury Heritage Museum, is a bronze brooch, with triangular panels of silver, incised with a triquetra and inlaid with niello.
    This cross features a small square in the centre, from which extend four arms, wider on the outside, so that the arms look like triangles, symbolising the Trinity. The tips of the arms are arcs of a single circle, giving the overall effect of a round wheel.
    This bronze cross has a hanging hole to the reverse and would make a wonderful addition to any home.
    The Wild Goose Studio was founded in 1970. Together with other leading Irish artists, they have created a unique range of artefacts which combine heritage with contemporary design.
    All of their work is handmade by skilled craft-workers and any variations in finish are part of the unique appeal of the pieces. Each piece has a skin of pure metal – either bronze or cast iron – backed by a resin and ceramic core for a long lasting and durable creation.

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    • D11cm approximately
    • Comes in gift pouch
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