Sterling silver round shape cufflinks with hinged fittings. The Celtic cross design is derived from the east face of the Mura Cross Slab found in the graveyard near Fahan, Inishowen, Co. Donegal, Ireland. These are packaged in our exclusive High Crosses of Inishowen gift box with our informative leaflet describing the history of all the Crosses in the collection.
About the Mura Cross, Fahan
The 7th century Cross Slab known as the Mura Cross is said to mark St. Mura’s resting place. It measures 1.98 metres high.
This east face features intertwined ribbon knotwork representing a version of the Tree of Life. With its roots on the earth and its branches high in the air it represented the connection between heaven and earth. The seasonal cycles of the tree link it with growth, death and rebirth. Formed in the shape of a cross it blends Celtic and Christian symbolism.