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The heritage of the Picts, the original tattooed people of Scotland, is preserved forever in the carved stones they left throughout the Scottish countryside. Today they serve as inspiration and conundrum, linking the art of the past with their descendants today.

Wheel of Taranis

Wheel of Taranis
The spiral "thunder wheel" symbol of Taranis, the ancient Pictish God of thunder, lightning, and fire. Known to the Scandanavians as Thor, the Celts as Taranaich, this mighty God's rule was universal.

Aberlemno Spiral

Aberlemno Spiral
Design taken from the center of the Aberlemno stone cross, in the graveyard of a small parish chuch in Angus Scotland. The pattern consists of a completely interlocked series of seven triskelions.


Pictish "Key-Whole"
A very complex and unusual Pictish key pattern from the Maiden Stone forms a ring around the sacred seven spiral from the Aberlemno stone.

Pictish V-Rod Crescent

Pictish V-Rod Crescent
The V-Rod crescent is said to represent a time of harmony, when the swords of war have been broken and peace reigned in the land.
Blue PICT Sticker (Oval)
Blue PICT Sticker (Oval)
PICT Oval Sticker
PICT Oval Sticker
Weathered Pictish Stone Coaster
Weathered Pictish Stone Coaster

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