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CELTIC FLOWER 3d printed

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CELTIC FLOWER 3d printed
CELTIC FLOWER 3d printed

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CELTIC FLOWER 3d printed
CELTIC FLOWER 3d printed

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CELTIC FLOWER

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  • 3D printed in Premium Silver: Elegant, sleek sterling silver thoroughly hand-polished to a fine sheen.
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The Celtic Cross had it's evolution in the British Isles, with it's earliest form dating to approximately the ninth century and appearing mostly in Ireland. The early versions are called a recumbent cross-slab, and they lied flat rather than standing upright. Eventually these made their way into an upright position. Both versions were often decorated with key patterns, interlaced knot-work, and spirals. The celtic cross and Irish cross shape itself has been widely used by many ancient peoples, long before the arrival of Christianity. Its four arms were perfect for denoting the four elements, the four directions of the compass, and the four parts of man - mind, body, soul and heart. **Note: Any model that has a 'FIRST TO TRY' icon is in the experimental printing stage. This means that ordering this model will send it into the "FIRST" test for 3D printing for your chosen material. There can be instances where the model must be updated in order to complete the 3D printing process. If this is the case, you will be notified that your order was canceled and must be placed again. This occurs to allow you to re-approve the updated version of the chosen model before being charged for anything.**

 
What's in the Box
INCM
CELTIC FLOWER
Premium Silver
Width
0.8 cm
Height
4.7 cm
Depth
3.3 cm

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