The Runic Iris design was inspired by the stone age tomb, Maeshowe, built around 3,000 BC. In the 12th century Vikings broke into the tomb and carved runes on the chamber walls.

Sheila Fleet - P034 Runic Pendant - 9YG
The Runic Iris design was inspired by the stone age tomb, Maeshowe, built around 3,000 BC. In the 12th century Vikings broke into the tomb and carved runes on the chamber walls. This pendant reads 'Orkney Isles' in runes

From £75.00

Sheila Fleet - EE034 Runic Earrings (enamel colour shown in Skaill)
The Runic Iris design was inspired by the stone age tomb, Maeshowe, built around 3,000 BC. In the 12th century Vikings broke into the tomb and carved runes on the chamber walls. This pendant reads 'Orkney Isles' in runes

From £85.00

Sheila Fleet - R34 Runic Ring
Inspired by the Viking runes carved into the chamber walls of the stone age tomb at Maeshowe, Orkney. Ring reads 'Enduring strength and unity' in runes
Sheila Fleet - ECL034 Runic Cufflinks (enamel colour shown in Skaill)
The Runic Iris design was inspired by the stone age tomb, Maeshowe, built around 3,000 BC. In the 12th century Vikings broke into the tomb and carved runes on the chamber walls. This pendant reads 'Orkney Isles' in runes

From £111.00

Sheila Fleet - EP34 Runic Pendant (enamel colour shown in Skaill)
The Runic Iris design was inspired by the stone age tomb, Maeshowe, built around 3,000 BC. In the 12th century Vikings broke into the tomb and carved runes on the chamber walls. This pendant reads 'Orkney Isles' in runes

From £117.00

Sheila Fleet - EE34 Runic Earrings (enamel colour shown in Skaill)
The Runic Iris design was inspired by the stone age tomb, Maeshowe, built around 3,000 BC. In the 12th century Vikings broke into the tomb and carved runes on the chamber walls. This pendant reads 'Orkney Isles' in runes

From £117.00