Knotwork sentence example
- The broken shaft shown on the right has intricate carved knotwork.
- The unmistakable unbroken knotwork symbolizing eternal life typifies the ancient Celtic artists and craftsmanship that dates back well over 2000 years.
- "Tribal tattoos" are typically heavy black ink and focus on designs that resemble Polynesian designs, ancient Celtic knotwork, or archaic languages.
- Flowers, hearts, animals, landscape scene, and Celtic knotwork are among some of the design themes.
- Whether you are of Celtic heritage or simply enjoy the look of Celtic knotwork, you can find a knot-patterned cross that fits your unique style.Advertisement
- Celtic knotwork has been a part of Christian artwork for centuries in the British Isles and parts of France and Italy touched by ancient Celtic influence.
- Celtic knotwork crosses for men come in unisex designs as well as more masculine styles.
- Celtic design: If you have Celtic heritage, then you may prefer crosses that incorporates the famous Celtic knotwork such as the Saint Patrick or Trinity crosses.
- In recent years Celtic knotwork wedding sets have become more popular that the Claddagh designed sets.
- Celtic engagement and wedding jewelry features many rings with ancient symbols such as the triskele and beautiful knotwork designs in both traditional and modern styles.Advertisement
- Celtic Wedding Rings: The Celtic Wedding Rings site offers a number of knotwork platinum rings with diamonds or other precious gem stones.
- People like to imagine what inspired intricate knotwork patterns and the message behind symbols.
- For example, a couple from Wales may incorporate Welsh symbols, such as the dragon, daffodil or leeks, along with a Celtic knotwork pattern in a wedding band.
- Celtic jewelry is most famous for knotwork designs and these are prominent in many wedding ring designs.
- Archeologists have found that there are eight elementary knots that create the rest of the patterns found in Celtic knotwork.Advertisement
- Typically, friendship bracelets are created using a form of knotwork called "macramé."