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Celtic Desk and Office Accessories

Hand crafted Celtic Desk and Office Accessories. Celtic Paper Knives / Letter Openers. Pens, Paperweights and Wax Seals. The designs of which are authentically reproduced and inspired by the romantically haunting age and culture of the Celts
Celtic Ivy Leaf Paper Knife

Celtic Ivy Leaf Paper Knife

Ref: PK46


Price: 30.00

Celtic Ivy Leaf knot design paper knives / Letter Openers. This paperknife has a pewter handle attached to a chrome-plated steel blade.

The ivy leaf design was often used by the Celts - each leaf joined to the other in a seemingly endless line - representing the continuity of life.

Handle width: Approx 24mm Length: 73mm. Overall length (inc. blade) approx 195mm

Supplied in a satin-lined gift box.

Chinese Water Dragon Paperknife

Chinese Water Dragon Paperknife

Ref: PK95


Price: 27.00

Chinese Water Dragon Paperknives / Letter Openers. This paperknife has a pewter handle shaped like a dragon and is attached to a chrome-plated steel blade.

Dragons are often depicted with wings, a serpent's tail and horns. These three elements symbolise celestial force, earth energy and regeneration. They usually inhabit and control the underworld, the seas and the mountains. Dragons are guardians of power and secret knowledge.

Handle width: 24mm Length: 73mm | Overall length (inc. blade): 200mm

Supplied in a satin-lined gift box.

'Knox' Heart Paper Knife

'Knox' Heart Paper Knife

Ref: PK55


Price: 27.00

Hand finished Pewter 'Knox' design Heart Paper Knives / Letter Openers.

Archibald Knox was born to Scottish parents on 9 April 1864 at Cronkbourne Village in Tromode.

He became one of the most influential figures in the British Art Nouveau and Arts and Crafts movements.



Finish: Solid Polished Pewter
Size: 18mm x 195mm
Gross Weight: 140g

Torpedo Knot Celtic Paperknife

Torpedo Knot Celtic Paperknife

Ref: PK38

OUT OF STOCK


Price: 27.00

Hand finished Pewter Torpedo Knot Celtic Paperknives / Letter Openers.

The Celts used knotwork to decorate many of their artifacts. To them, the intricate patterns woven into spirals and knots symbolise the continuity of life.


Finish: Solid Polished Pewter
Size: 16mm x 170mm
Gross Weight: 140g

Link Knot Paper Knife

Link Knot Paper Knife

Ref: PK37


Price: 26.00

Hand finished Pewter Link Knot Paper Knives / Letter Openers.

The Celts used knotwork to decorate many of their artifacts. To them, the intricate patterns woven into spirals and knots symbolise the continuity of life.



Finish: Solid Polished Pewter
Size: 18mm x 170mm
Gross Weight: 135g

Celtic Cross Paperknife

Celtic Cross Paperknife

Ref: PK09


Price: 29.00

Hand finished Pewter Celtic Cross Paperknives / Letter Openers.

The Celtic Cross is typical of many found in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. They were carved in local stone by the native Celts and are still intact centuries later.

Finish: Solid Polished Pewter
Size: 30mm x 200mm
Gross Weight: 155g

Lugh's Knot Wax Seal

Lugh's Knot Wax Seal

Ref: PS23


Price: 21.00

Pewter seals with embossed Celtic design around edge and wooden handle. Gives an embossed image of a Lugh's knot when pressed into warm wax. Supplied with one stick of red sealing wax.

Lugh was the most honoured of the Irish gods. He was renowned for his multitude of talents and skills.

The principle use of sealing wax is to ensure security of documents but it is also a means of adding your personal touch to letters and gifts. A high quality wax is essential and the crucial test of quality is that it should be impossible to remove the seal without tearing the paper.

Seal diameter: 23mm Height: 71mm


Celtic Nations Wax Seal

Celtic Nations Wax Seal

Ref: PS27


Price: 21.00

Celtic nations seal wood handle - pewter seal with Celtic knot design. Gives an embossed image when pressed into warm wax. Supplied with 1 stick of red sealing wax.

The principle use of sealing wax is to ensure security of documents but it is also a means of adding your personal touch to letters and gifts. A high quality wax is essential and the crucial test of quality is that it should be impossible to remove the seal without tearing the paper.

Seal diameter: 23mm Height: 71mm

Supplied in a satin-lined gift box.

Bolitho Tin Ingot Paperweight (Large)

Bolitho Tin Ingot Paperweight (Large)

Ref: DCG01


Price: 29.95

Beaten Cornish tin ingot replica of original ingot salvaged from the seabed. This item contains a minimum of 10% of Cornish tin from the SS Liverpool, blended with other shipwreck tin and new tin to enhance durability.

The Cornish tin industry began nearly 4000 years ago during the Bronze Age. Tin was mined by our Celtic ancestors and exported to Europe and the Middle East where it was used for making weapons and tools. The tin was smelted and cast into ingots locally. Much of this tin was transported by sea from Cornwall and occasionally some of it was lost. One such cargo was shipped from Penzance on the SS Liverpool, which sank off Anglesey in 1863 where it remained for 138 years. The ingots were produced at a smelters owned by the Bolitho family in Chyandour, Penzance and stamped with the lamb and flag mark which was commonly used as a symbol of purity.

Width: 23mm Length: 88mm Height: 10mm


Celtic Cross Paperweights

Celtic Cross Paperweights

Ref: PW02


Price: 15.00

Hand finished Pewter Celtic Cross Paper weights.

The Celtic Cross is typical of many found in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. They were carved in local stone by the native Celts and are still intact centuries later.



Finish: Solid Polished Pewter Cased in clear Resin
Size: 65mm (Diameter)
Gross Weight: 205g

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