Sacred Knot - From the Archaeology | Enamel Pin Series
This new series of enamel pins were designed by Sean Parry of Sacred Knot Tattoo and all 3 are exclusively available now on Northern Fire. The Archaeological Pin Series Includes:
Úlfhéðinn (Vendel Wolf Warrior) - The figure from the famous Torslunda plates, found in the Torslunda parish in Sweden, which were used to create embellishment in other Vendel Period graves such as those from Valsgärde.
Celtic Triskele - Reconstructed from a bronze disc brooch now housed in the National Museums of Ireland, dating to the 6th or 7th CE - the original brooch likely belonged to an elite Celtic Iron Age warrior.
Pictish Boar - Aside from stone carvings of ancient Pictland, this beast is found in Celtic Art across the ages, including the warrior helms on the Gundestrup cauldron and the La Tène Witham Shield.
Material & Make
Our pins are crafted in solid metal with enamel detailing and a sturdy pin for security of closure and longevity.
About The Artist
Sean Parry is the founder and main artist at Sacred Knot Tattoo. Having grown up in North Wales on a mountain peninsula called the Great Orme, his love of celtic and Norse culture, history and art fuels his tattooing and painting. He specialises in celtic and norse neo-traditional dotwork, aiming to capture the magic of knotwork and spirals that the ancient inhabitants of the North where also so fond of.
See more of the art Sean has created for Northern Fire here.
Size & Dimensions
Rough diameter of 5cm (2 inches)