Maple Celtic Cross Altar Table
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Name to be engraved on the front drawer facing of this Celtic Cross altar.
Rare Design of the Celtic Cross
Maple Celtic Cross Altar Table top is wood burned by hand for everlasting beauty.
Celtic Cross table measures 19" X 10" X 7 1/2" tall and is made from solid maple. This is a handcrafted Maple Celtic Cross Altar Table that will last for generations to come. Handcrafted items like this are similar to items we found in grandma's attic.
This Maple Celtic Cross Altar Table includes a drawer for keeping items safe.
Note by DragonOak:
This is one of my favorite designs. The Cross combined with the Celtic Knotwork remind how accepting the Celts were during the expansion of the Christain religion, the Celts openly accepted the Christain religion and understanding how it related to their own Celtic spiritual beliefs. While the cross type symbol has been utilized by many different religions, and there is some debate which used it first, it is acknowledged that many Celts accepted the integration of Christian beliefs with their own spiritual values. If you purchase this altar I am confident it will bring you happiness and joy by reminding you that spirit is everywhere you look.
No metal is used in final assembly this Celtic Cross table.
This Maple Celtic Ionic Wheel Cross Altar Table is completely hand crafted by DragonOak. Hand crafted wood products made with love and you in mind. Working with our customers one by one to provide truly magickal items designed to open awareness and provide you direction and balance.
Natural stains and finishes are used to protect the wood and highlight the beauty of maple on this Celtic Cross table.
This Celtic Cross altar can be used on the floor or on a counter or table top or taken with you for any ritual outing.
You will be proud to use this Celtic Cross altar at your next ritual ceremony, or spell casting
Shipping method used is United States Parcel Post Mail unless otherwise agreed. Additional charges may apply. Shipping charges quoted are for shipments within the continental United States. Orders outside for the continental United States will incur additional shipping charges to accommodate the actual cost. Please feel free to email us and we can invoice you to accommodate your purchase.
| Looking for something custom designed? Feel free to email me and lets see what we can do for you! Looking for wholesale pricing, contact: GYPSY BETH
Due to our personalization process or themes on many products, please allow sufficient time for item
to ship. Most items* require time for stains and finish coats (varnish/danish oil/hand rubbed wax).
Personalized items may not be refunded or returned, Please specify name accurately.
Orders paid by check are processed after 10 days. Custom items may take up to a month.
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International orders please contact us for correct shipping cost.
Notice for Non-US shipments.
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If you pay for your order using the shopping cart, you will receive a separate invoice for additional shipping charges to your country.
No return or refund on personalized Celtic Cross tables or custom items Please contact us before returning any item.
Return must be shipped (at buyers cost) insured with delivery confirmation added. Delivery confirmation number or other
verified shipping number must be supplied to us within 24 hours of shipment.
Refunds are issued for purchase price only, no refund on shipping/handling.
Customer must contact us and notify a request for return, then ship the item back insured with delivery confirmation to us at customers cost.
We will repair or replace the item and return it to the customer.
Delivery confirmation # must be supplied to us within 24 hours of return shipment.
ITEMS HAND MADE TO ORDER
Celtic Cross altars are handcrafted to order. Please allow sufficient time for your order to be completed.
An order may take from 10 days to 6 weeks (custom built altars may take up to 10 weeks) depending on the order, how many other orders we have in front of you, etc.
DragonOak and Gypsy Beth have no other employees, we do all the work ourselves.
This prevents the hands of too many on your Celtic Cross Altar.
However, if we have a bad day, to avoid putting any of that negative energy into your Celtic Cross table,
we may have to take the day off once in a while.
(We work 7 days a week 10-16 hours a day).
CREATING TRULY MAGICKAL ITEMS
We build and design each Celtic Cross altar with love and positive intent.
DragonOak creates each item to be a "magickal" tool and this intent is most important.
Most commercial products cannot make this claim.
For a definition of the process of creating real magickal items please visit The Process of Creating Truly Magickal Ritual Tools web page.
NO METAL USED IN MANY OF OUR PRODUCTS
Most of our altars and boxes are built with no metal, as it is believed by some that metal may interfere with the transfer of energy.
We do add brass candle holders to many of the altars and will gladly leave the candle hole off if you prefer.
YOUR ITEM IS CRAFTED TO BE TRULY UNIQUE
Your DragonOak original Celtic Cross altar is made especially for you after you have placed your order!
All designs are wood burned by hand and each is truly unique.
DragonOak has studied divination and ritual for many years and brings forth products fitting for your ritual and sacred space.
OUR ITEMS ARE MADE TO BE RUSTIC
Celtic Cross altars are made to look rustic, if you feel there is a defect we would be happy to remake or repair your item.
SPECIAL REQUESTS AND/OR FREE PERSONALIZATION
Our site is not set up to add special instructions to your order, like change of design, custom sizing or directions.
If you use PayPal you will have a place to include your personalized name choice.
Please Specify Name Accurately.
If you have other requests for customizing your purchase or you use Google Shopping Cart just drop us an email indicating your preferences, after your payment is made.
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MAIL IN ORDERS
You may also mail your order, with complete information including your ship to address, and pay by cashiers check/money order.
To Pay by mail please follow the link for our order form, print out, and complete for items you are ordering.
DragonOak's Wood Shop Order Form
Personal checks will be accepted if they are on US banks only and orders will not be processed until the check has cleared our bank.
(If paying by check, please include your state drivers license and birth-date.).
Information about the Celtic Cross
The Celtic Cross had it's evolution in the British Isles, with it's earliest form dating to approximately the ninth century and appearing mostly in Ireland. This early version is called a recumbent cross-slab, and they lied flat rather than standing upright. Eventually these made their way into an upright position (now called erect cross-slabs), and acquired a slightly rounded top. Both versions were often decorated with key patterns, interlaced knotwork, and spirals.
The cross then underwent another change. Extraneous rock was carved away from the head of the slab, leaving the rock with the outlined shape of a tall cross, usually on a wider base. Because the cross form was in effect "freed" from the rock now, these types of crosses were commonly called erect free-standing crosses. From these, the arms of the cross eventually became extended beyond the ring of the cross, and the inner quadrants between the rings and the arms were cut away or recessed from the rest of the cross design. The free-standing crosses were elaborately made, and often composed of several pieces of stone. A large cross could have been made of up to four pieces of stone (the base, the shaft, the head, and the upper cross arm), held together by mortise and tenon joints carved into the stone.
The cross shape itself has been widely used by many ancient peoples, long before the arrival of Christianity. Its four arms were perfect for denoting the four elements, the four directions of the compass, and the four parts of man - mind, body, soul and heart. The addition of the ring around the cross has had many explanations, everything from sun worship and symbolism, to creating a shape with the cross that was well contained and aesthetically pleasing.