Window Prints

Keltic Designs window prints by the Welsh artist Jen Delyth.

The descriptions below are taken from the much longer explanation of the symbolism that is provided with each print.

These window prints are NOT STICKY; they adhere to clean glass by static cling and can be easily removed and reused elsewhere if desired. Each print is about 5 inches in diameter.

These and all Keltic Designs patterns are copyrighted.

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Keltic Designs - Eternity Keltic Designs - Eternity $3.50 Add to Wish List Buy Now
 Eternity Knot - Although interlacing design is featureed in the art of many cultures around the world, some of the finest knot-work interlacing was developed by the Celts. Celtic belief in the continuity of life, the path of fate and the mysteries of nature are often symbolized by this elaborate knot-work. 
Keltic Designs - Labyrinth Keltic Designs - Labyrinth $3.50 Add to Wish List Buy Now
 Labyrinth - A labyrinth, unlike a maze, has only one path, winding but branchless, leading from the entrance to the center. Often carved on stone age monuments and grave sites, the labyrinthine design represents the soul's journey into the center of the uterine underworld and its return toward rebirth. 
Keltic Designs - Morrigan (Triple) Keltic Designs - Morrigan (Triple) $3.50 Add to Wish List Buy Now
 Morrigan - The triple morrigan or morgan, also known as Morgan-le-faye, is the Arthurian version of the old Celtic warrior goddess - the raven is her totemic bird. She has the ability to change between human and animal forms; in addition to her warrier aspects she possesses powerful sexual and fertility symbols, and is also a prophetess and... 
Keltic Designs - Sun (Lleu) Keltic Designs - Sun (Lleu) $3.50 Add to Wish List Buy Now
 Sun (Lleu, Shining One) - Sun symbols belong to the oldest of all symbols that people have carved on stones, rocks, bones. The solar wheel as sun symbol was worn as a talisman and buried with the dead. The Celts did not worship the actual physical sun; they venerated the spirit and power of nature in all things, and many gods and goddesses... 

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