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  • St Bridgets Cross - Bronze Gallery
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  • Claddagh Ring Plaque - Bronze Gallery
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    The Claddagh ring with its distinctive heart, hands and crown symbolises love, friendship and loyalty and was first used as a wedding ring in the tiny fishing village, 'the Claddagh', now part of Galway city in the West of Ireland. H16cm W16cm

    The Claddagh ring with its distinctive heart, hands and crown symbolises love,...

    The Claddagh ring with its distinctive heart, hands and crown symbolises love, friendship and loyalty and was first used as a wedding ring in the tiny fishing village, 'the...

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  • Cross of Hope - Bronze Gallery
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    Cross of Hope - Bronze Gallery

    This Irish Cross of Hope Plaque represents an Irish High Cross. Found throughout Ireland, these monuments indicate holy or monastic sites. Up to 4 metres tall and dating from the 9th century, the High Cross is one of the symbols representing a rich Celtic history and culture. Ancient communities held celebrations around their local High Cross alongside the pure religious ceremonies. H21cm W13cm

    This Irish Cross of Hope Plaque represents an Irish High Cross. Found throughout...

    This Irish Cross of Hope Plaque represents an Irish High Cross. Found throughout Ireland, these monuments indicate holy or monastic sites. Up to 4 metres tall and dating from...

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  • Cead Mile Failte Plaque - Bronze Gallery
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    'Cead Mile Failte' means 'one hundred thousand welcomes'. In Ireland this is the expressive way by which the Irish greet each other and visitors to this green isle. The Irish have long been renowned for their hospitality, friendliness and easy going manner. H15cm W15cm

    'Cead Mile Failte' means 'one hundred thousand welcomes'. In Ireland this is the...

    'Cead Mile Failte' means 'one hundred thousand welcomes'. In Ireland this is the expressive way by which the Irish greet each other and visitors to this green isle. The Irish...

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  • Eternity Celtic High Cross - Bronze Gallery
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    High Crosses are found throughout Ireland on old monastic sites. The earliest High Crosses were made from wood or metal but the great stone monuments seen today date from the 9th century. H15cm W15cm

    High Crosses are found throughout Ireland on old monastic sites. The earliest High...

    High Crosses are found throughout Ireland on old monastic sites. The earliest High Crosses were made from wood or metal but the great stone monuments seen today date from the...

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  • Shamrock Hanging Ornament - Bronze Gallery
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    The three leafed shamrock was used by St. Patrick to explain the Holy Trinity when he brought Christianity to Ireland in the 5th Century A.D. Ever since, March 17th is celebrated as St. Patrick's day. H7cm W7cm

    The three leafed shamrock was used by St. Patrick to explain the Holy Trinity when he...

    The three leafed shamrock was used by St. Patrick to explain the Holy Trinity when he brought Christianity to Ireland in the 5th Century A.D. Ever since, March 17th is...

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  • Claddagh Ring Hanging Ornament - Bronze Gallery
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    The Claddagh Ring, symbolising love, friendship, and loyalty was first used as a wedding ring over 400 years ago in the tiny fishing village 'The Claddagh' in Galway city, Ireland. H7cm W7cm

    The Claddagh Ring, symbolising love, friendship, and loyalty was first used as a...

    The Claddagh Ring, symbolising love, friendship, and loyalty was first used as a wedding ring over 400 years ago in the tiny fishing village 'The Claddagh' in Galway city,...

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  • Harp Hanging Ornament - Bronze Gallery
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    The Irish Harp, dating back to the 12th century, and made famous by bards such as Turlough O'Carolan, the blind harpist and composer, was adopted by Ireland as its national symbol. H8.5cm W6cm

    The Irish Harp, dating back to the 12th century, and made famous by bards such as...

    The Irish Harp, dating back to the 12th century, and made famous by bards such as Turlough O'Carolan, the blind harpist and composer, was adopted by Ireland as its national...

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  • High Cross Hanging Ornament - Bronze Gallery
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    High Crosses are found throughout Ireland on old monastic sites. The earliest High Crosses were made from wood or metal but the great stone monuments seen today date from the 9th century. H8.5cm W6.5cm

    High Crosses are found throughout Ireland on old monastic sites. The earliest High...

    High Crosses are found throughout Ireland on old monastic sites. The earliest High Crosses were made from wood or metal but the great stone monuments seen today date from the...

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