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How to draw a celtic knot (or at least one of many ways).

How to draw a celtic knot (or at least one of many ways).

The Celtic Knot is one of the best known motifs in Celtic jewellery and art. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The Celtic Knot is one of the best known motifs in Celtic jewellery and art. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Celtic Knot Designs | Celtic Knot Embroidery Design

Celtic Knot Designs | Celtic Knot Embroidery Design

Hurstwic: Clothing in the Viking Age

Hurstwic: Clothing in the Viking Age

Aqua Black Sparkle Necklace Galaxy Necklace by AshleySpatula, $18.00

Aqua Black Sparkle Necklace Galaxy Necklace by AshleySpatula, $18.00

Master Craftsman, Defined!  Handcrafted Celtic rings like no other!  Amazing!

Master Craftsman, Defined! Handcrafted Celtic rings like no other! Amazing!

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ig : @d.extry ☼ tumblr : diamcnds ☼ pinterest : @uhdextry ☼

cocktail dress

cocktail dress

2015 purple chiffon backless short prom dress for teens, ball gown, homecoming dress #promdress

2015 purple chiffon backless short prom dress for teens, ball gown, homecoming dress #promdress

Sterling silver oval brooches based on find from Snasen, Norway 8th - 10th Century. The most characteristic items of female Viking  jewelry are the pairs of Oval Brooches, sometimes called Tortoise Brooches, from their shape, found in many female graves from the Viking Age. Brooches were sometimes chained together. The chains supported utilitarian objects such as tweezers, ear spoon,  scissors and a saex (knife).  Sometimes the Brooches suspended strands of beads of glass, silver, amber or…

Sterling silver oval brooches based on find from Snasen, Norway 8th - 10th Century. The most characteristic items of female Viking jewelry are the pairs of Oval Brooches, sometimes called Tortoise Brooches, from their shape, found in many female graves from the Viking Age. Brooches were sometimes chained together. The chains supported utilitarian objects such as tweezers, ear spoon, scissors and a saex (knife). Sometimes the Brooches suspended strands of beads of glass, silver, amber or…