Small Celtic Cross Blue
The Celtic cross is a symbol of both culture and faith. The true origins of the Celtic cross are unknown but there are many theories and legends.
One suggests that the cross represents the four directions of north, south, east and west or the four elements; earth, fire, air and water. Another legend says that the first Celtic cross was formed by St Patrick while bringing Christianity to the Druids. The Druids used to worship a large circular stone. St Patrick, on seeing the significance of this stone, drew a large cross through the middle of it in order to bless it.
Measures approx. H: 220 mm x W: 200 mm ( 9 x 8 in)
A handy small messenger style bag made from heavy canvas polyester with zip and Velcro fastening, long adjustable strap and a Celtic Cross front flap.