Triscelt-Celtic cnot baggy bag - black

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material: 65% cotton 35% PE

quality: I. class

Baggy bag Triscelt-Celtic cnot motif decorated, embroidered with colourful silk thread.


Sorting laundry loads:

Wash with like colours in washing machine at 30°C.


Bag size chart
height: 33 cm
lenght at the top:  38 cm
lenght at the bottom: 29 cm
strap maximum lenght: ca. 145 cm

With a zipper at the top and a zippered side pocket inside.



About the motif:

Spirals, step patterns, and key patterns are dominant motifs in Celtic art before the Christian influence nt he Celts, which began around 450. These designs found their way into early Christian manuscripts and artwork with the addition of depictions from life, such as animals, plants and even humans. In the beginning, the patterns were intricate interwoven cords, called plaits, which can also be found in other areas of Europe, such as Italy, in the 6th century. A fragment of a Gospel Book, now in the Durham Cathedral library and created in northern Britain in the 7th century, contains the earliest example of true knotted designs in the Celtic manner.

Examples of plait work (a woven, unbroken[clarification needed] cord design) predate knotwork designs in several cultures around the world, but the broken and reconnected[clarification needed] plait work that is characteristic of true knotwork began in northern Italy and southern Gaul and spread to Ireland by the 7th century. The style is most commonly associated with the Celtic lands, but it was also practiced extensively in England and was exported to Europe by Irish and Northumbrian monastic activities on the continent.

In modern times, Celtic art is popularly thought of in terms of national identity and therefore specifically Irish, Scottish or Welsh.

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