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A beautiful collection of crosses that come from historical sites from England. Some of the crosses have traditional Celtic knotwork, said to represent everlasting life, and others have more intricate and delicate artwork that was also influenced by the church of Ireland.
Northumberland crosses frequently used vines and leaves as design elements. The images used to decorate crosses were selected for their relevant symbolic value. The leaf design on the Berwick Cross...
Knight & Lady
The central design was taken from a brass tomb marker in the Ingham Church, Norfolk England. The surrounding arched tracery was added but is typical of the Gothic period. The...
Northumberland was an ancient kingdom which covered the area of southern Scotland and northern England. In 656 the Christian king of Northumbria, Oswy founded Whitby Abbey, as an act of...
This delightful cross, dating from around 710, is an Anglican Cross found in the former, Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Northumbria, which included parts of southern Scotland and northern England. All that...
The Ellerburn Cross is similar to many small crosses that are found on top of older standing stone pillars found in the centers of villages or where roads cross. These...
St. Columba Wheel Cross
The point at the center of the wheel cross represents the Most High God, the motionless mover, for the point at the center has no dimensions and cannot turn, yet...