CELT ~ FASHION CELTIC BRACELETS WITH ENAMEL Art. 3902-3911

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The bracelet consists of eight units of jewelry with traditional Celtic ornament. The links are fixed on the solid rubber cord in tissue sheath.
The design of the bracelet Imbolc used high-quality enamel jewelry enamel, providing a gorgeous gloss surface decoration.
Imbolc - dedicated to the goddess Brigit.
The important aspects of the holiday are considered fire and purification.
Also, it is a holiday home and the first signs of spring.

Goldsmith JOKER creates informal jewelry, attributes and accessories in the styles of Gothic, Ethnic, Fantasy and Rock. The design and style of decoration is focused on a variety of modern youth subculture. While working on a collection of accessories and jewelry, we combine traditional jewelry art technology with its own development and design solutions.

Goldsmith JOKER has developed a completely new approach to modeling jewelry, and found their own original and recognizable style. We are proud of the fact that today the brand JOKER - is synonymous with the absolute highest quality and originality.

The original men's and women's bracelets collection Celticum conceptually combine the various elements directions Gothic, Ethnic, Fantasy and Rock, with a focus on the main theme of the collection - the ancient and mysterious Celtic tradition. The basis of the collection was the mythology and history of the legendary people, has come down to us in the oral tradition and art objects.

Celtic artisans, philosophers have been obsessed with the idea that God's eyes can detect errors and that they work only to praise him. The purpose of Celtic art was not a reflection of reality, do not play it, and the expression of religious philosophy. Finished products are not intended for human eyes, and the Eye of God - because who among those who have a perception of death could not estimate measurable world of infinity, created by Celtic craftsmen…

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