Celtic Knots and Celtic Symbols Candle Magick Votive Candle Holders
Handcrafted glass votive candle holders take the glow of candle light and directs it through a translucent design. The beauty and mystery of the flickering candle is still visable and causes the picture to glow. The rest of the candle holder is opaque with an unusual pearlized iridescent or a metallic finish that really looks like that metal. Perfect for home altars! FREE Herbal Blend Votive Candle included with each luminary! For more information on the size and how our candle magick luminaries work, please see our About our Luminaries Page.
Celtic Knots and Symbols - A great way to combine Candle Magick and the magick of Celtic Knots, use the flickering candlelight behind the translucent artwork of the Celtic Knots and what it symbolizes to you to visualize your wishes or questions.
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A never ending knot symbolizing the never ending cycle of life and no end and no beginning - an eternal journey. The knot is a light purple against a copper metalic background. Our most popular celtic knot for many years now!
This knot symbolizes protection - the ancient celts used it on children's clothing and on battle shields. The protection that we need these days is a little different - but the intent is the same! A red knot against an antique gold background, this is our most masculine looking knot.
Lagore Crannog Celtic Knots
We haven't been able to find the meaning of this knot, but it was found in Lagore in County Meath. A lovely light blue knot against an antique silver background - it lights up beautifully!
Celtic Heart Knot
A great celtic heart in green against a copper iridescent background.
Celtic Knots - Love Knot
This knot is called the love knot or lover's knot - it is actually two seperate knots intertwined to symbolize the union of two. Knot in blue & green against a Black iridescent background.
Tara Brooch - the knot of Irish Kings
The Tara Brooch was found near Tara the home of the Irish High King. The brooch is an amazing piece of art with knotwork and zoomorphs covering all sides- including the inside! This knot is taken from that piece of history from the Kings of Ireland. Knot in light blue edged by dark blue against a blueberry iridescent background.
Fionn was a legendary irish hero- this knot is dedicated to him. A dark blue knot on a bright silver background.
King Solomon's Knot
This knot is said to contain the wisdom of Solomon. Here in primary colors on a black iridescent background.
Celtic Knots Crosslet Knotwork
A lovely dark blue crosslet surruounded by knotwork in rose edged by a darker rose. Background is a bright gold metalic.
The celtic cross here in red, yellow and blue against a bright gold metalic background.
Bridget's Cross is the name given to wheat weavings of a cross in Ireland. Here in gold against a hunter green iridescent background.
Celtic Symbols - Welsh Dragon
The Welsh Dragon - the national symbol of Wales & a cool looking dragon! In red against a charcoal iridescent background.
Celtic Symbols - Scottish Lion
The National symbol of Scotland - the Scottish Lion. The Lion is red and black and the background is a black iridescent.
Celtic Wolfhounds Zoomorphic
A zoomorphic of 3 wolfhounds and knotwork. Wolfhounds in blue, red and green with other bright primary colors. Background is a bright silver metalic background.
Book of Kells Zoomorphic
Another Zoomorphic, from the famous and beautiful Book of Kells. This is a very large design and it's imposible to get the whole design in the picture of the luminary (please see the artwork to see the whole design). This is a wolfhound and a bird zoomorphic in bright primary colors against a copper metalic background.
Celtic Intertwined Men
A second design from the Book of Kells - two men intertwined - a humorphic?? A blonde and a brown haired man background color is copper metalic.
Celtic Pagan Symbol - Celtic Pentacle
A beautiful Celtic Knotwork Pentacle in translucent yellow highlighed by black against an Antique Gold background.
Celtic Knot - Celtic Seal
We don't actually know what this knot means or it's origin, but we thought it was a lovely know that looked a bit like a seal, so that's what we named it! Brillant Blue and Red knot against an unique Teal iridescent background.
Celtic Animal - Celtic Stag
A wonderful Celtic Stag intertwined with knotwork. In shades of brown and yellow, surrounded by a circle of forest green knotwork, against a copper metalic background. Looks gorgous lit up!