Triskelion Face Mask, Celtic Tribal Knot Dark Ages Face Covering, Swirl Knot Pictish Irish Gaelic Warrior Mask
Triskelions have actually found in many ancient civilizations. Thought to have originally come from Sicily in Italy, triskelions have found their way into many of the Celtic countries, Ancient Greece and even Norse countries as well. The Isle of Man even has one on their flag! Some of the first triskelions were actually three human legs attached at the hip. Similar to the one on the Manx flag and the Flag of Sicily. The symbol's meaning isn't entirely clear but does have connections to the mathematical principle of the Archimedean spiral. Which is a lot of super-smart guy math talk for explaining how spirals... well... spiral. Or something. We just think they look really cool on a mask honestly!
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.