Celtic KnotsOn this page are eighteen colorful specimens of Celtic Knots. These intricate forms are from the book The Grammar of Ornament, written by Owen Jones in 1910. They are described as interlaced ribbon patterns from Anglo-Saxon and Irish manuscripts found in the museums and libraries in Britain and Ireland. If want to see more examples of Celtic Knots, please visit the galleries with more Celtic Knot Work and other Celt Designs. Enjoy!
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