Lost Treasures of Albion

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Lost Treasures of Albion

Beowulf's Dragon Horn

Beowulf's Dragon Horn
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"Hero of the famed epic poem 'Beowulf' of Anglo-Saxon literature, Beowulf vanquished the monster Grendel, who had terrorized his village.  Beowulf's drinking horn, with dragon motif, was shared between tribal warriors celebrating success after battle.  Beowulf's dragon horn traditionally strengthens ties of friendship and fellowship within the community."  Orice includes shipping
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Drake's Leviathon

Drake's Leviathon
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"Sir Francis Drake, vice admiral, sea captain and known pirate, sailed the seven seas for his queen, Eleizabeth I, becoming the first Englishman to circumnavigate the globe.  The Leviathon, an ancient serpentine sea monster, sunk many ships, but not Drake's, whose luck was famed.  This anchor and serpent design is tribute to Britannia's rule of the waves, and the fearless adventurers who sailed under the Union Jack."  Price includes shipping.
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Hampton Court Rosy Cross

Hampton Court Rosy Cross
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"Hampton Court Palace, was built in 1514 by Thomas Wolsey, Roman Catholic cardinal, Archbishop of York, and Lord Chancellor.  Cardinal Wolsey later gave Hampton court to his monarch, King Henry VIIth, remembered for his six wives, establishment of the Church of England, and father to Queen Elizabeth I, the last Tudor royal.  The Tudor Rose and Crown adorns the medieval cross to create a symbol of singular beauty, signifying faith and devotion."   Price includes shipping.
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King Alfred's Dragon

King Alfred's Dragon
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"King Alfred defended his kingdom of southern England against Viking invaders and ruled between 871 AD and 899AD.  Alfred is theonly English King to receive the homage "the Great" in deference to his fairness and courage.  This majestic dragon emblem richly signifies King Alfred's nobility and wisdom, and the valour of the noble blood."  Price includes shipping.
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Lion Heart/Coeur de Lion

Lion Heart/Coeur de Lion
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"From a very young age, Richard I - King of England - was known as Coeur de Lion or the Lionheart for his skills as a great military leader and warrior.  As Commander of the Third Crusade, he was widely loved and respected by his subjects.  The Impressive heart design honours the nobility present in Crown and Lion, heraldic symbols of English kingship." Price includes shipping.
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Lyonesse

Lyonesse
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"In ancient times, the island kingdom of Lyonesse lay off the Cornish coast but disappeared, mysteriously sunk beneath the sea. Only one survivor and his white horse escaped to ride the surf to safety and tell the tale.  It is said that when the bells of Lyonesse ring out beneath  the waves, the kingdom will rise again.  The horse symbol of Lyonesse is token of the beauty and mystery of the undersea realm and is a reminder that nothing is ever truly lost if its story lives forever."   Price includes shipping.
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Queen Boudicca's Torc

Queen Boudicca's Torc
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"In AD 60, widowed Boudicca fought fiercely against the Roman invaders who sought to enslave her tribe, the Iceni.  She is rightly famed as a warrior queen.  Tall, with long blonde hair and great beauty, her large gold necklace flashed on the battlefield, proclaiming her royal status.   Queen Boudicca's devotionto her people and fierce protection of those she loved pays tribute to the triumph of the spirit."  Price includes shipping.
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Spirit of Arden

Spirit of Arden
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"Arden is derived from the British Celtic word 'ardu' meaning high land.  Once heavily forested, the forest of Arden was located in the English countryside of Warwickshire.  William shakespear's mother, Mary Arden, was of the noted Arden family resident there.  The mysterious Spirit of Arden is a sprite of the forest, resembling leaf and stone, creative, green-fingered and at one with all nature."  Price includes shipping.
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St Michael's Relic

St Michael's Relic
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"The wings and sword of St Michael are enclosed in the circular torc, favoured personal adornment of Albion's great warriors.  St Michael is known as the patron of chivalry and is honoured by St Michael's Tower at Glastonbury Tor and st Michael's Mount in Cornwall.  The St Michael Relic represents the knight's code of chivalry and personal honour, a treasure for those dreaming of King Arthur's Round Table and the quest for the Holy Grail."  Price includes shipping.
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Sword of Sherwood

Sword of Sherwood
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"Robin hood, the legendary "robber of the rich", lived with his band of men in Sherwood Forest.  Of noble birth, he learned forest lore for survival and protected those facing injustice during King Richard the Lionheart's absence from England on Crusade.  The Sword of  Sherwood bears the rues of the forest trees, and represents the bravery and generosity characterisitc of Robin Hood."  Price includes shipping
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The Old Sarum Cypher

The Old Sarum Cypher
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"Old Sarum, the earliest settlement of Salisbury in England, lies near the stone circles of Stonehenge and Avebury.   Celts, Romans, Anglo-Saxons and Normans in their turn lived at Old Sarum, before it feel into ruins.  The Cypher is an ancient symbol for a secret message or code.  The beautful Old Sarum Cypher holds the collective knowledge of past civilisations and is a hidden labyrinth with wisdom of the ancestors at its heart."  Price includes shipping.
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The Silbury Serpent

The Silbury Serpent
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"Silbury Hill, a massive manmad Neolithic dome, was built in three stages from about 2660 BC.  As part of the sacred Avebury complex of standing stones, Silbury Hill's original purpose may remain a mystery; but perhaps is linked to agricultural cycles of growth and harvest. Circular Silbury Hill looks like a round pyramid, the potent dragon energy of the sacred land coiled about its core."  Price includes shipping.
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The Yorvik Compass

The Yorvik Compass
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"The Kingdom of Yorvik in the late 9th Century had its centre at York, from which Norse settlers - farmers and artisans - would sail along the North Sea coast to settlements far and wide.  A seafaring people, the Vikings relied on the stars and compass to steer a safe passage.  The art and craft of the Vikings often depicts their love of the sea and famous dragon longboats."  Price includes shipping.
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Tristan and Iseult Love Token Pair

Tristan and Iseult Love Token Pair
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"A romance of courtly love from the 12th Century, the tale of Tristan and Iseult tells of Cornish knight Tristan and Irish princess Iseult who feel in love bu were kept apart by fate.  Their love endured through separation to be immortalised in song and story.  The Love Token may be worn by two friends or lovers, each half serving as reminder of its missing partner.  When joined together, they complete the heart as love completes life."  Price includes shipping.
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