A Celtic armband made from one continuous bronze wire, coiled at each end into two large spirals. The spirals have expertly been crafted to sit opposite one another and vertically down the wearer’s arm.
The Celtic spiral is a dynamic and popular symbol. It implies movement that is endless and was used from the Neolithic period (c. 5000 B.C.). Bronze craftsmen would still continue to use the pattern during the bronze age, favouring more flamboyant and flatter spiral patterns.