A unique piece of Irish pebble art, inspired by Ireland's patron saint, St Patrick.
Close to where I live, to the north of the river Boyne, lies the hill of Slane where saint Patrick lit the first paschal fire in defiance of the pagan high king of Ireland who lived at nearby Tara. Looking east from this hill the great mounds of Knowth and Newgrange can be seen and further on, the town of Drogheda and the Irish sea.
The pebble art piece depicts St Patrick holding his iconic staff and beside him a shamrock . He used the shamrock to explain the concept of the Holy Trinity, using each leaf to represent Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
The pebble art is presented in a black 10"x10" (25cmx25cm) shadow box frame with glass. It can be hung (please ensure you use appropriate fixings when hanging) or left freestanding. Photos of item are taken without front in place so that detail can be seen without glare. It comes in a white craft gift box and "Celtic Wren" will be signed on the mount.
By using stones, pebbles and twigs collected in and around the Boyne Valley region of Ireland, I hope, in some way, a little of the essence and joy of this ancient land goes with you. Beannachtaí x
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