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Viking Celtic Hair Clips Hairpins- Viking Hair Accessories Celtic Knot Hair Pins Antique Silver Hair Sticks Irish Hair Decor Accessories for Long Hair Jewelry Braids Hair Slide Clip

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100% fine metal and fine make the shape of viking dragon and celit knot design in this hair barrette one of a kind. Whether you wear this hairpin to sweep back one side, in a ponytail or to secure a messy twist, compliments will abound!

With a style that only delicate, handcrafted accessories can achieve, this French hair clip barrette is the perfect fit for all your favorite looks. Straight hair, thin hair into a classic low pony for a look that goes from the office to an evening out with ease. Curly hair, thick locks are gracefully tamed with a well-placed hair barrette, and formal pin-up styles are held securely (and beautiful) in place. You'll discover that this Celtic clip is so versatile you'll reach for it again and again.

Because it's hand crafted, each clip is a being the only one of its kind work of art you'll love to show off, and it makes a timeless gift as well.

Dimensions:4.7 cm x 2.75cm (1.85 x 1,08inches)
The pin that goes trough is 8 cm long (3,15 inches)

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Now we see this appealing line art is an art form that began in Italy in the 6th century, Stylistic animals are S-shaped and intertwined, with profiled heads, spiral hips and pigtails.This unending knot work motif symbolizing regeneration, later identified as insular or island art, became best known as ornamentation on Celtic, Christian stone monuments and illuminated manuscripts such as The Book of Kells whose work was ended by Viking raids late in the 8th century.

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