To the Celtic peoples, dogs have often symbolized the strong bond of companionship and loyalty between human and animal. The Celtic goddess to protect travelers, Nehalennia, is often depicted with dogs at her side. Dogs figured prominently in Celtic artwork, especially within the Books of Kells, Durrow, and Lindisfarne. Fiercely protective of their human families, the barking of a faithful dog can be a first alert to danger or concern.
Dog: Round Celtic Pendant
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Pottery-like jewelry of artisanal quality, fresh design, and intrinsic meaning are embodied in each handmade piece from a DeWitt, Michigan studio where artists use proprietary techniques to create a richness of detail not found in other media. These beautifully rendered pieces are known for their educational and interpretive value as they elicit wonder and personal meaning to customers.
These intricately rendered pieces embody the art of the Celtic peoples, rich in intricacy and symbolism. These pieces portray motifs as timeless and enduring as the tradition from which they are inspired.