• Trinity Triskele Rings
  • Crosses
  • Spring 2
  • gold rings

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We are a craftsman run workshop specializing in authentic, handmade, Celtic jewelry and mixed metal designs. We specialize in Celtic knotwork wedding rings, crosses, brooches and much more in Sterling Silver and Gold. Our workshop and gallery is located in the Village of Andover in rural Allegany County of Western New York State. We sell our own work as well as the creations of several other Celtic designers and jewelers from Scotland and Ireland.

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The Celtic Influence on the Thanksgiving Holidays
The Celtic Influence on the Thanksgiving Holidays

November 25, 2020

Thanksgiving is an holiday favorite for the Walker Metalsmith's family. It’s a time for us to celebrate old traditions and make new memories with family and friends. 

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New Custom Celtic Jewelry Pieces Just in Time for the Holidays
New Custom Celtic Jewelry Pieces Just in Time for the Holidays

November 13, 2020

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Celtic and Pictish Key Patterns; the other kind of Celtic design
Celtic and Pictish Key Patterns; the other kind of Celtic design

November 05, 2020 1 Comment

The Picts were a medieval society that inhabited northeast Scotland in the 3rd to 10th centuries. Their mysterious history has been difficult for scholars to understand due to a lack of surviving written records, but the Picts have left an enormous record carved in stone. The style of their monuments puts them firmly in the greater Celtic culture, showing artistic themes closely kin to the sculpture, metalwork, and manuscript art of the contemporary Irish. 

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