Scottish and Celtic Gifts
The Scottish and Celtic gifts offered by Medieval Collectibles are just that: great gifts that can be given to anyone and everyone who shows something of an interest in Celtic or Scottish history or anyone, really, as who doesn't truly appreciate a good quality gift? Each of these gifts features a wonderful level of detail featuring traditional Gaelic and Celtic designs. Many of the Scottish and Celtic gifts feature variations of the traditional Celtic knot. Most of these items are simple, functional, and stylish; many are meant to be used every-day in a common role: items such as key rings, pencil toppers, pin badges, and other such simple items can be counted among the Scottish and Celtic gifts. Yet despite these items' simplicities, they are still fantastic items to give or receive and are made to be used on a daily basis.
This round Interlaced key-ring is made from lead-free and is supplied on a quality key-chain. The Round Interlaced Celtic Key Ring is a great gift idea for that special someone in your life or everyday use for youself.
This Celtic Cross Letter Opener has a steel blade with hand cast metal handle. The letter opener is antique silver plated to highlight the detail and measures 6.9 inches long.
This Zoomorphic key-ring is made from lead-free pewter and is supplied on a quality key chain. The Celtic Zoomorphic Key Ring is a great gift idea for that special someone in your life or everyday use for youself.
This Celtic Tree of Life pencil topper is made from lead-free and is supplied on either a red or blue pencil. The Celtic Tree Of Life Pencil Topper is a great gift idea for that special someone in your life or everyday use for youself.
This Celtic Gem Cross pencil topper is made from lead-free and is supplied with either a red or blue gem. The pencil supplied is either red or blue.
This Interlaced Cross pin badge is made from lead-free. The information card is full color on the front and has historical information on the reverse. The first invaders of England were the Celts, who began crossing the English Channel around 500 BC.
This Interlaced Cross Gem pin badge is made from lead-free and is supplied with either a blue, red or green gem. The information card is full colour on the front and has historical information on the reverse.
The original Stater would have been struck between AD 10-40. This reproduction 22ct gold plated stater coin is made from lead-free pewter and shows a horse on one side and an ear of corn on the other.
This Interlaced Gem Key-Ring is made from lead-free pewter and is supplied with either a red, blue or green gem and is hung on a quality key chain.
Contained within this simple package is a Celtic Warrior Figure that's perfect for collecting and display. Each figure comes contained in a full-color box with images on the front, as well as images of the four varieties displayed on the back.
This impressive Set of 4 Celtic Warriors contains a veritable tribe of impressive looking little Celtic warriors. Together, these figurines are sealed up in a full-color box that features decorative images on the front and historical data on the back.
Now you can open all your letters and envelopes like a true Scottish warrior. This Claymore Sword Letter Opener is modeled after a classic Scottish sword and comes in its own box with a clear lid, as well as an informational card describing the sword.
Bowls are so common that no-one ever considers what a good decorative bowl could be used for. Take this Celtic Trinity Bowl, for example, and consider not only how great it would look on its own, but also the decorations it could be used to create.
Included within this Set of Five Scottish Figures is one of each figure from the Scottish Military Figures collection. Included with these figures is a full-color box, complete with an Edinburg tartan banner and historical facts on the reverse.
Before the late 1550's, seal top spoons are a relative rarity. After that, though, they became very popular until about 1670. This Mary Queen of Scots Seal Top Spoon features a seal modeled after a coin struck to commemorate Mary's wedding.
This elegant little Crystal Celtic Cross Key Chain is the perfect way for any individual to celebrate the simple beauty of a Celtic cross. Featuring a striking silver finish, this key chain is a great decoration that will make even your keys stand out.
Before their decline in 1820, quill pens were the writing utensil of choice. Even a noted figure like Mary Steward would have used them, which is why this Mary Queen of Scots Quill Pen bears her name. It includes information about this famous queen.
Each and every one of these Scottish statuettes depicts one of five different individuals that could have been found in the Scottish Military. Each Scottish Figure comes in full color packaging, which features images of all five figures on the back.
Now whenever you write, you'll have a little Scottish soldier saluting you from the end of your pencil. At least, you will when you use this Scottish Figure Pencil Topper, which comes mounted on the end of a fully-functional red or blue pencil.
What's the best way to keep all of your keys safe and secure in one place? Attach them to one of these Scottish Figure Key Rings, and you'll always have a member of the Scottish military near your keys to keep them safe and secure!
Interlocking spirals and scrollwork typify much of what is known as Celtic art. The Green and Gold Celtic Candle Holder does not disappoint in this regard with its intricate patterns in bright green and gold.
Interlocking spirals and scrollwork typify much of what is known as Celtic art. The Gold and Green Celtic Trinket Box displays these features in brilliant green and gold on the lid and base.
The pervasive use of writing utensils makes them a great opportunity to show off your interests with trinkets like this. The Celtic Helmet Pencil Topper makes a fine collectible that doubles as a functional item!