Once again the Ness of Brodgar is entrancing and mystifying us. And no one is more entranced than Ola, who allowed us to film her reactions to the site on her first visit this year.  Talk about good timing: as she watched, a very special flint arrowhead was discovered! Take a look at the video below to find out how the treasures of our past have inspired this collection of beautiful, modern jewellery designs. About the Ness of Brodgar The annual dig, at what has been described as ‘the most important archaeological site in western Europe,’ is underway for another...
    Discover. In 2003, Arnie and Ola Tait asked a local farmer to plough the field next to their house at Brodgar.  Set a bit deeper than previous years, the plough unearthed an impressive carved slab, and the archaeologists were called in to have a look.  What seemed at first a single ancient grave turned out – over 13 years of excavation – to be one of the most significant Neolithic sites in Western Europe.  Ola had spent her life as a designer exploring her Norse and Celtic heritage, as well as the imagery of famous Neolithic sites like...