|Celtic Love Symbols|
Our Celtic Love Symbols
The Claddagh symbolises love, friendship and loyalty.
The Claddagh Ring can be a symbol of marriage, engagement or enduring friendship. The heart stands for love, the encircling hands symbolise friendship and the crown stands for loyalty.
The Luckenbooth tradition is one of the most romantic from Scotland’s rich history.
These heart shaped brooches are Scottish symbols of love dating back to the 16th century. It is said that it was designed for Mary Queen of Scots as a betrothal present to the Dauphin of France upon their marriage in 1558; hence the design of two hearts intertwined, surmounted by the royal crown.
Celtic Art reflects 2,700 years of rich Celtic history and culture. Brilliant Silk has hand crafted a range of long scarves inspired by the colours and intricate designs of the early Celts.
Celtic craftsmen worked chiefly in bronze, iron, tin and gold.
The Brilliant Celtic designs are hand printed in metallic pewter, old gold, bronze, and iron grey, then individually hand painted.
Inspiration for this design comes from the finest examples of Celtic Art including the most famous of the illustrated manuscripts the Book of Kells.
The ties are brilliantly coloured luxurious works of “Wearable Art” for men.
Hand painted by Jack Brilliant in the Brilliant Silk studio at Ulladulla on the south coast of New South Wales, Australia.
The Brilliant silk ties are unique.
The dyes are hand mixed by Jack in the studio.
The lustrous “Brilliant” colours have been the hall mark of Brilliant Silks for more than 30 years.