This beautiful sarong features a traditional "Celtic Cross" design that is hundreds of years old. The cross with a circle has been popularly known as a "Celtic Cross" since around 1850. The form itself evolved between the 4th and 9th century. Also known as "The Irish Cross" or "The Irish High Cross" this type of cross is now associated with Celtic heritage. Use of the phrase "Celtic Cross" is an acknowledgement that the form is not only Irish, but was and is shared by Scotland, Wales, Cornwall and other regions that were influenced by early Celtic Christianity.* Source www.CeltArts.com. Sarong measures approximately 66 x 44 inches (168 cm x 112 cm) on fringed lightweight rayon. Want ideas on how to tie a sarong? Click here: Sarong Ties and Uses. Photo is close to actual size. Please note color, size, and design will vary due to the handmade nature of this item.