|Entrance to Newgrange, Co Meath|
This language of knotwork and zoomorphic design saw further expression in Anglo-Saxon and Viking artwork, so, even though remaining distinct, it is still possible to trace common roots back to an unremembered past.
The beautifully illustrated Book Of Kells
- part of folio 114v.
|The very first prototype|
Why named Guardian? Blame the Justbod team – I don’t know who started it, but (s)he was named early on, and the name seemed to stick. Protective, solid, dependable, loyal and strong – yes, it fits.
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|Hand carved Guardian in our 'Just Wood' Collection|
|Hand burnt Guardian in our 'Pale & Interesting' Collection|
~ inspired by history and nature ~
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