A variety of Bronze plated plaques crafted can Ireland.
This bronze plated Trinity Knot motif has several meanings which are both Christian and non-Christian. In the Christian tradition the three interlacing strands represent the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. They can also be said to symbolise the natural forces of Earth, Air and Water or, on a more spiritual level, Life, Death and Rebirth.
Height 15cm Width 15cm
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.
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.
Tree of Life
This bronze plated wall plaque shows the spirals & knotwork of the Tree of Life. The seasonal cycle of the tree was to the Celts a symbol of harmony and renewal.
Cead Mile Failte
'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.
Old Irish Blessing
This attractive bronze plaque depicts what is probably the most popular and widely known of our traditional Irish blessings. The wording is surrounded by shamrocks, the symbol of Ireland, and the never ending interlacing of Celtic knotwork.
This bronze plated Wedding Blessing wall plaque depicts well wishes for the most special of days and the journey embarked upon together.
This bronze plated wall plaque for Mother shows a loving verse further illustrated by never ending Celtic knotwork symbolising eternity.