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The Appropriate Material for Celtic knotworks

The Celtic people were known for their ornate patterns and enthralling lace work. The endless knots are a well known constituent of Celtic jewelry. These knots are significant for their mystic symbolism. They do not have a beginning or an end and are continuous. These knots were obviously included in Celtic jewelry, which makes them singularly enchanting.

Celtic jewelry embellished the Celtic people as not just objects of decoration. The Celtic jewelrywith their of numerous signs and symbols were regarded as expressions of the spirit of nature and were thought to convey esoteric messages. Apart from Celtic jewelry, Celtic knotworks[/url] were also incorporated into tapestries and different types of clothes. The Celtic knotworks were later assimilated into the architecture of Western Europe, especially the Anglo-Saxon style. The Celtic knotworks and patterns were inherited by the Irish and to an extent the Welsh.

While the knots can be created using thread and rope, they will not be rigid. Therefore, edges and corners will not be distinct. Also spaces cannot be maintained consistently in Celtic knotworks tied with ropes. Gold and silver are normally used to create jewelry having Celtic knotworks. These metals are crafted into labyrinthine designs. The spaces and edges are clearly discernible if the Celtic knotworks are set in precious metals. The increase in the intricacy of the lace patterns increases the value of the piece of Celtic jewelry.
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