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Banded Sword Paper Knife - Pewter PK36 Banded Sword Paper Knife - Pewter PK36
£36.75
£33.25
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Pewter handle with two embossed Celtic bands topped with a Swarovski crystal in the hilt on a chrome-plated steel blade. 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. Full size swords often feature a crystal or semi-precious gemstone in the hilt. Handle width: 35mm Length: 66mm Overall len…
Celtic Cross Paper Knife, Purple Stone Celtic Cross Paper Knife, Purple Stone
£12.60
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A pewter letter opener with a celtic cross design. Comes in a presentation box.Has a green coloured stone in the center of the cross. Measures approx: 15.5cm.
Celtic Cross Paper Knife- Celtic Cross, Red Stone Celtic Cross Paper Knife- Celtic Cross, Red Stone
£12.60
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A pewter letter opener with a celtic cross design, Purple Coloured Stone in the middle of the cross Comes in a presentation box. Measures approx: 15.5cm.
Chinese Water Dragon Paper Knife - Pewter PK95 Chinese Water Dragon Paper Knife - Pewter PK95
£28.50
£25.75
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Chinese Water Dragon Paper Knife – this paper knife 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 s…
Excalibur Paper Knife - Pewter PK07 Excalibur Paper Knife - Pewter PK07
£29.50
£26.75
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Pewter handle topped with an amethyst colour Swarovski crystal in the hilt on a chrome-plated steel blade. The Excalibur (Caliburn) sword, which was forged on the Isle of Avalon, represents the symbol of the cross and invincibility of moral force. King Arthur accepted it from the lady of the lake on condition that when his life neared the end he should return it to her. At the battle of Camlann in…
Knotwork Paper Knife - Pewter PK10 Knotwork Paper Knife - Pewter PK10
£26.00
£23.50
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Pewter handle with embossed design and open knotwork on a chrome-plated steel blade. 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. Handle width: 24mm Length: 73mm Overall length (inc. blade): 201mm Supplied in a satin-lined gift box.
St Brelades Cross Paper Knife - Pewter PK107 St Brelades Cross Paper Knife - Pewter PK107
£26.50
£24.00
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The Celtic cross symbolises the bridge to higher energies and planes of existence. It represents the relationship between the celestial realm (vertical axis) and the earthly plane (horizontal axis). The circle around the cross symbolises both the Great Wheel of Life and the solar energy. The tall shafts, like the ancient menhirs and the inscribed stones of the dark ages, represent the union betwee…
St Justin Sword Paper Knife - Pewter PK104 St Justin Sword Paper Knife - Pewter PK104
£26.50
£24.00
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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. Handle width: 37mm Length: 65mm Overall length (inc. blade): 187mm Supplied in a satin-lined gift box.
Triple Knot Paper Knife - Pewter PK105 Triple Knot Paper Knife - Pewter PK105
£26.00
£23.50
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Triple Knot Paper Knife – this paperknife has a pewter handle with an embossed design on a chrome-plated steel blade. Handle width: 21mm, Length: 66mm, Overall length (inc. blade): 193mm Supplied in a satin-lined gift box. 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.

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Pewter handle with two embossed Celtic bands topped with a Swarovski crystal in the hilt on a chrome-plated steel blade. 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. Full size swords often feature a crystal or semi-precious gemstone in the hilt. Handle width: 35mm Length: 66mm Overall len…
A pewter letter opener with a celtic cross design. Comes in a presentation box.Has a green coloured stone in the center of the cross. Measures approx: 15.5cm.
A pewter letter opener with a celtic cross design, Purple Coloured Stone in the middle of the cross Comes in a presentation box. Measures approx: 15.5cm.
Chinese Water Dragon Paper Knife – this paper knife 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 s…
Pewter handle topped with an amethyst colour Swarovski crystal in the hilt on a chrome-plated steel blade. The Excalibur (Caliburn) sword, which was forged on the Isle of Avalon, represents the symbol of the cross and invincibility of moral force. King Arthur accepted it from the lady of the lake on condition that when his life neared the end he should return it to her. At the battle of Camlann in…
Pewter handle with embossed design and open knotwork on a chrome-plated steel blade. 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. Handle width: 24mm Length: 73mm Overall length (inc. blade): 201mm Supplied in a satin-lined gift box.
The Celtic cross symbolises the bridge to higher energies and planes of existence. It represents the relationship between the celestial realm (vertical axis) and the earthly plane (horizontal axis). The circle around the cross symbolises both the Great Wheel of Life and the solar energy. The tall shafts, like the ancient menhirs and the inscribed stones of the dark ages, represent the union betwee…
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. Handle width: 37mm Length: 65mm Overall length (inc. blade): 187mm Supplied in a satin-lined gift box.
Triple Knot Paper Knife – this paperknife has a pewter handle with an embossed design on a chrome-plated steel blade. Handle width: 21mm, Length: 66mm, Overall length (inc. blade): 193mm Supplied in a satin-lined gift box. 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.