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Aberlady Cross


Aberlady Cross - 158

The design for this cross comes from the side of a cross; found originally in the church of Aberlady.  The church is on the south shore of the Firth of Forth, 8 miles east of Edinburgh and 3 miles north of Longniddry Junction.  The 2 foot high fragment of this cross was found built into the wall of the manse garden.  The vine running the length of the cross is the tree of life, which symbolizes life in all its variety, and provides a link between heaven and earth.  The spiral in the middle of the cross head represents the continuous cycle of expansion and contraction of energies found in nature and in the quest for spiritual growth.

East Lothian, Scotland

8 1/2" x 4 1/2"

Irish Gifts, Celtic Wall Crosses