Four Marys Celtic Knot Brooch
Four Marys Celtic Knot Brooch
Four Marys Celtic Knot Brooch
Four Marys Celtic Knot Brooch
Four Marys Celtic Knot Brooch
Four Marys Celtic Knot Brooch
Four Marys Celtic Knot Brooch
Four Marys Celtic Knot Brooch
Four Marys Celtic Knot Brooch
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Four Marys Celtic Knot Brooch

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This piece uses Celtic interlacing to form a circular brooch. Within the weaving there appears to be four small hearts which are knotted together to create a unique Celtic knot called the "Four Marys" love knot in Scotland.

The design was made for Mary, Queen of Scots and her three ladies in waiting - all named Mary and lifelong friends.

This brooch incorporates Celtic Interlacing, with its "overs and unders" representing the "ups and downs" of life; and the unbroken continuity of the endless ribbon symbolizes the hope of eternal life. As such, they are considered by many as a talisman of long life.

1 3/4" x 1 1/2" in pewter.

PEWTER

Made of solid lead free pewter - Pewter has been used in jewelry making for pewter does NOT RUST OR TARNISH and will last a lifetime. Pewter was used for decorative metal items in the Ancient World by the Egyptians and later the Romans, and came into extensive use in Europe during the Middle Ages - it was once considered the metal of kings because of its beauty and expense!