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Celtic Triskele and Ivy Leather Bag

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The triskelion or” triskele” is also known as the tri-spiral or “Spiral of Life.” The three spirals in the triskelion are interconnected with no open ends thus creating one continuous line. Each spiral turns in the same direction. This symbol is found on many ancient carvings, the most famous of which is Newgrange in County Meath, Ireland, which dates back to 2500 BC. The symbol is carved into the rock at the main entrance. It is one of the most famous stones in Megalithic art. Also the triskelion has an amazing ability to neutralize harmful energy in almost any setting.

This bag is perfect for when you go off exploring in the woods, to place your treasures inside!
The leather deerskin bag has been painstakingly hand stitched (not even with a sewing machine!) The bag is incredibly soft and has been left unlined. Also, it is supposed to look rugged and thus the stitching is meant to be shown. There is amazing hand painted, in silver ink, a celtic triskele and green acrylic ivy leaves as well! The strap of this bag is composed of a single braided of thick leather that crosses around the body.

Measurements:
Width- 4.5inches
Height- (not including straps) 6 inches
Straps- 41.5 inches longth (from one end to the next)

Celtic Triskele and Ivy Leather Bag

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: black leather, ink, leather cord, acrylic paint, brown leather
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 661 reviews
  • Favorited by: 18 people