Interlacing Celtic design was once inscribed on stone and parchment. Captivated by the balance and intricacy of these designs, Sheila created her own—some traditional, others a modern interpretation of the ancient artwork.
Sheila's Birsay Disc collection was inspired by a small lead disc found on the Brough of Birsay, a small tidal....
Book of Kells
A collection based on a beautiful illuminated Gospel book from the late 8th Century.
A Celtic ring with its interlacing knotwork is a symbol of continuity.
Sheila’s Celtic Trinity collection is based on the triquetra—or Trinity Knot—found in medieval Celtic art, and used in....
Intricate stone carvings on St Martin’s Cross in the grounds of Iona Abbey were the inspiration for this....
The Lover's Knot
This collection was inspired by the traditional Lover’s Knot, a knot which is not readily undone, dating back....
Maid of the Loch
This collection was inspired by a Celtic knot motif on Maid of the Loch, the last paddle steamer....
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