Celtic Cross Mask, Christian Face Mask, Gaelic Irish Scottish Religious Symbol Face Covering
Ever wonder why the Celtic cross kicked off so well and easily it would seem? Well, beyond just looking great no matter which iteration it is, Celtic crosses actually date to before the Christianization of the British Isles, fun fact. You read that right. The Celts were making what could be considered "crosses" before Christian priests ever made it to any Celtic country. Did they call them Celtic crosses themselves? Hard to say for sure, but most likely not since the cross is an ancient torture device used in mainly Rome and the like but there's no denying there's a striking similarity between later Celtic crosses and more ancient designs of them. Even when the Celts did become Christian many still held onto their beliefs and traditions from before. Keeping these ancient ways alive. Some of which are still around to this day! Don't think they wore masks to protect themselves from sickness and disease honestly... But if they did, we like to think they'd wear something like this one though!
Two layers are soft breathable polyester. Handwash for best results. May have slight shrinkage if machine dried. One size fits most adults. 5" X 7". Ear adjusters included. No filter pocket or nose wire. Not a medical-grade mask. Not returnable due to national health code violations.