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This style is based on an Iron Age Irish style called “spiral-trumpet”. Like all pre-Christian Irish styles, it was abstract and its meaning is obscure.
This style set Irish Iron Age Art apart from Continental style – though there were still many similarities. It was a composition made up of simple geometric forms: elongated curved triangles (‘trumpets’), lozenges and spirals. These types of designs typically adorned personal objects (jewellery), military objects (shields and scabbards) and horse trappings
Do you still make the spiral trumpet open work ring
If so what is the price