It is customary in Ireland to place the St. Brigids Cross above entrances to homes etc to invoke the help of the Saint in dispelling and warding off disease.
5000 years ago in Ireland the Great Elk wander through the forests and mountains, it was a land of sweeping mists, gentle rain and soft sunlight. A Land of pagan carving and mysterious rituals. A land where the soothing lilt of the harp floated over the cool, clear crystal lakes and rivers.
Today, the Irish Bog Peat cross have captured the very essence of that era. Turf from that golden age has been excavated and processed to create a unique range of turf ornaments.
Bring a little piece of Ireland into your home