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Legend has it that she was born into a noble family but chose a life of piety and service to others. She founded the first convent in Ireland, in Kildare, where she and her fellow sisters engaged in prayer, hospitality, and charitable work. Saint Brigid is often associated with symbols of protection, such as the Brigid's Cross, a woven straw cross that is said to ward off evil.
Her feast day, February 1st, is celebrated as St. Brigid's Day in Ireland, marking the beginning of spring. The stories and traditions surrounding Saint Brigid have made her an enduring and beloved figure, not only in Ireland but also in the broader Christian tradition. She is remembered for embodying the virtues of compassion, generosity, and faith.
- Printed on Rives Traditional White 250gsm paper.
- A3 Frames: 20mm wide / 32mm deep. Irish made, solid wood grain frames with integrated hanging system.
- 1.5 mm acrylic glazing used in frame.
Step 1 : Place your order online, making sure to provide personalised details where required.
Step 2 : Our designers will shortly be in touch by email with your digital proof.
Step 3 : Sign-off your artwork by return email.
Step 4 : Sit back and await your delivery of your personalised unique Celtic Clans family crest.
To guarantee the long life of your Celtic Clans wall arts, we would ask you to follow these care instructions:
Do not hang or keep your artwork in direct sunlight, in moist/damp areas or above radiators.
Do not use abrasive cleaning materials or solutions on either the frame or glazing.
Hang all frames and prints safely and securely.
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