This is the only shrine of note I found about Scotland, on wikimedia. (At least, officially.) Oh, and a gray sarcophagus which looked rather dead and uninspiring. This however, is fun. Because, bits of dead people! 🙂 Gems and pretty! Also, it originally had silver Celtic knotwork on it, as the drawing below suggests.
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That clasp bit there looks enameled.
⇑There’s the drawing that helps clarify the pattern of the etching on the silver.
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Because I’m feeling pretty lazy today, you get to read the documentation actually posted in the Museum. No gratuitous research from me today.
⇑ Thanks be to Nachosan, for doing this work for me. 🙂
More good works of the by-now famous Nachosan. It is possibly a Doridozen experience! *bows*
Yep, all this for St. Columbia. Lovingly preserved by some extremely stubborn Catholics.