Celtic Cross Book Bags
Celtic Cross Book Bags

Celtic Cross Book Bags

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  • Zippered Top
  • Exterior Measures Approx. 13″ x 13″ 
  • 4″ Wide Gusseted Bottom
  • Zippered Interior Measures 10″ Long (Vertical)
    • 13″ Wide (Horizontal)
    • 4″ High
  • Soft, Durable, 100% Cotton
  • Hand-dyed and Screen Printed
  • Traditional Celtic Cross Design
  • Two Color Choices
    • Green
    • Purple

$28.00

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Celtic Cross Book Bags

Our Celtic cross book bags are great for everyday use (our teenage girls use these for everything that doesn’t fit in their purses). Strong enough to actually carry books, but great for everything else too! They are fully lined, and even have a zippered top and an extra wide shoulder strap for comfort and security.  

  • Great for Everyday Use
  • Strong Enough for Heavy Textbooks
  • Fully Lined
  • Zippered Top
  • Extra Wide Shoulder Strap
  • Exterior Measures Approx. 13″ x 13″ 
  • 4″ Wide Gusseted Bottom
  • Zippered Interior Measures 10″ Long (Vertical)
    • 13″ Wide (Horizontal)
    • 4″ High
  • Soft, Durable, 100% Cotton
  • Hand-dyed and Screen Printed
  • Traditional Celtic Cross Design
  • Two Color Choices
    • Green
    • Purple

Measures 13″ x 13″, with a 4″ gusseted bottom. (The zipped interior measures 10″H x 13″W x 4″D). Just the right size for text books, or a trip to the library. Or a trip to the beach!

Soft, durable, 100% cotton. Hand-dyed and screen printed in a traditional Celtic cross design. Choose from two different color options. Color-fast and washable.

Because they are hand-dyed, colors may vary a little from what’s pictured. (Made in India.)

History Behind the Celtic Cross

The Celtic Cross is a symbol that originated from the high crosses found in Ireland dating between the 9th and 12th centuries. The cross itself stems from the Latin cross, however, the addition of the ring connecting the limbs of the cross set it apart. Stone workers added this ring in order to support the arms of the cross and provide a longer lifespan to the stone structure. This design rose in popularity during the Celtic Revival in the 1800s and people began to refer to it as a “Celtic Cross” starting in this time period. You can see that this product is decorated with intricate interlacing that imitates the ornamentation found in early illuminated manuscripts and on stone Celtic crosses. 

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