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Family Tree of life.

Family Tree of life.
Britain was once covered by a
mighty oak forest, and the tree
reflects a link between heaven
and earth. Roots reach down to
earth and it’s branches reach up
to the heavens.
The interlacing branch is a symbol
of continuity of life, never ending life.
The tree was regarded as the main
protector of the family giving warmth
from it’s wood, harmony and balance.

The Family Tree of life can be made in all sizes and a choice of apples, hearts and acorns are
available . The tree also can be personalised free of charge.
Prices start from £45.00.
Just leave me a message and I will get back to you as soon as I can.
All our gifts are very affordable and are made from solid wood.

Celtic Trout.

Celtic Trout.
The secret of wisdom and prophecy.
The Trout is also a symbol of sacred
wells and springs, places of physical
healing and spiritual rebirth.
Everlasting life.

This Celtic Trout has been hand carved
in wood  and can be made to any size
that you would like.
Prices start from £30.00
Just leave me a message and I will
get back to you as soon as I can.
All our gifts are very affordable and
not one are made the same.

Celtic Heart

Celtic Heart.
In ancient times, hearts have
been used as a symbol of love.
The Celtic Heart is among the
most romantic formed from one
continuous line, representing the
union of souls in a visual continuity,
of continuing faith and love as one
travels through the journey of life.

This Celtic Heart has been hand carved
in solid wood and can be made in any size.
Just leave me a message of the size that
you would like us to make for you and
I will get back to you as soon as I can.
All our gifts are very affordable also.
Prices start from £25.00.

Celtic Cross.

A Celtic Cross.
A Modern Celtic Cross
which has been made
from wood and designed
by us and also treated to
a high standard.
A symbol of many meanings.

Price : £30.00

Caldey Monastery.

Caldey Monastery.
The present monks of Caldey
are Cistercians, a stricter
contemplative offshoot
of the Benedictine Order.
A group of monks came from
Scourmont Abbey, Chimay, 
Belgium in 1929 establishing
what is known as a “daughter house”.
In acknowledgement of their
Celtic predecessors, they adopted
St Samson, an early abbot of
Caldey, as their patron saint and rededicated the monastery as the Abbey of Our Lady and St Samson. Their new foundation also received the strong Cistercian tradition which had existed in Wales before the Reformation.