Orkney jewelery often intriguing stories behind the designs. Mens celtic rings for example are linked to stories about how these ancient people lived on our islands inheritance. And even our engagement rings design that have stories to tell if you know where to look.
Orkney has a tradition of oral history which dates back to Mens celtic rings and Scandinavian who settled on our shores. Families gathered from peat homes for long hours of darkness in winter. Today, when the clocks go back , it seems that we still have more hours to tell legends and folk tales while sitting by the Hearthside – except for the presence of television and central heating is completely eliminated those old habits .
As we move towards more the shortest day of the year , Orkney , hosts an event of its own narrative and restore many tales to new people , young and old . More than 3 days , people gather to hear the myths and stories of Orkney and the Scandinavian countries .
Tales and folklore surrounding Mens Celtic Rings
Mens celtic rings may have been involved in one of the most popular stories of Orkney – that Broonie who lived with a man who was about to get married on the tiny island of Copinsay . The Broonie was a supernatural entity that lived in the sea eats away the bones of the dead, but he wanted to live on earth. So he offered to help the man crushing oats porridge for her, in exchange for life in the house. An agreement was struck by it seemed like a good trade.
But once the bride arrived on the remote island challenged the Broonie he was naked and incredibly ugly. He decided should cover as a married woman she wanted to be decent . He left an old cloak and hood on top of the put option stone quem for use in milling of oatmeal . But when he saw the coat Broonie the case was dropped because the coat of payment provided that the beast could not accept the supernatural. The poor Broonie had to retreat to the Sea.