THE WOVEN TARA BROOCH

THE WOVEN TARA BROOCH

$199.00

This brooch is styled after The Tara Brooch, which was found in Ireland in 1850. The brooch is believed to have been made between 650 and 750 AD, and is named for The Kingship of Tara – the seat of medieval rule in Ireland. The Hill of Tara, in county Meath, was for centuries the centre of authority and Christianity in Ireland. The kingship was woven into Irish literature and mythology, but was also a historically significant Celtic leadership site. The original Tara Brooch is on display in the National Museum of Ireland in Dublin.

 

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Sterling silver Tara Brooch with woven Celtic Knot design.
This style was worn by ancient Irish Kings at the Hill of Tara.

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1 review for THE WOVEN TARA BROOCH

  1. 5 out of 5

    I had a most enjoyable time at this store. The lady who runs the store was amazingly friendly and helpful. we have a great conversation about her kids and about tolerance in general. she also suggested I go around the corner to the museums and I had a blast. The earrings I purchased from the store we also amazing. planning a trip back to Ireland in May, and this shop is on my list of places to return to. – Nadra Assaf


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