Jewellery, accessories and gifts reflecting the intricacies of Celtic art and history. From the Bronze Age to the early medieval period, Celts expressed their beliefs through abstract art styles. Ceremonial objects, personal ornamentation and manuscripts were decorated with sinuous organic forms - spirals, triskeles, interlaced knot work and fantastic animals. Some of the finest examples of late Celtic art were produced in the monasteries of Ireland and the north of England. The Book of Kells is now housed in the Library at Trinity College, Dublin and the Lindisfarne Gospels in the British Library.