Pectoral Celtic Cross

August 11, 2013

Pectoral Celtic Cross

The Ardagh Pectoral Cross shown here in sterling silver is an original design by Stephen Walker inspired by Irish and Scottish celtic traditions.  This cross features knotwork, spirals, and symbols of faith including the trinity and dove.



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