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The Giants Causeway is situated on the Northern coast of County Antrim, in Northern Ireland. The rock formations there are a spectacle to behold and often called the eight wonder of the world. Although the bassalt rock colums were formed by volcanic eruption, legend has it that the Irish giant Finn Mac Cool created a causeway to Scotland to fight the Scottish giant Fingal and as usual a long tale ensued. The giants causeway fridge magnet is created by Killyliss Studio to celebrate this iconic Irish...
Killyliss studio has designed and handmade this Claddagh fridge magnet as an Irish momento. It is designed and handcast by Colm Mc Cann in studio. It is cast using a process called coldcasting and using only the finest brass powder in the process. The fridge magnet is 55mm in diameter and weighs approximately 25 grammes. The magnetic strip on the rear of this fridge magnet is soft in texture, this makes it a "non scratch" fridge magnet. The Claddagh ring is a world famous icon and the inscription...
He wishes for the cloths of Heaven, is one of Yeats most hauntingly beautiful poems. W.B.Yeats is one of the most popular figures of twentieth century literature. He was born in Dublin in 1865. His family moved to County Sligo shortly after his birth and throughout his life he carried out a love affair with County Sligo. He thought of this area as his spiritual home. Yeats was also a founder member of the famous Abbey Theatre in Dublin in 1899. He was awarded the Nobel prize for Literature in 19...
This slate mirror is hand cut in studio by Colm Mc Cann. This gothic shaped slate mirror is then varnished and a celtic emblem,the triple spiral design is added to decorate the finished mirror. The mirror glass is backed with a self adhesive foil, this makes the mirror shatterproof .This mirror is 205mm x 110mm in size. (sm1) This celtic slate mirror makes a great house warming gift.
The Ireland Golf clock is designed and handmade by Colm Mc Cann of Killyliss Studio. Ireland is blessed with over three hundred golf courses,The Old Head of kinsale, Royal Portrush,The Druids Glen and Enniscrone golf clubs are a few of the most famous courses. This wall hanging Irish golf clock features the shape of Ireland with the Irish counties are mapped onto it. The body of the clock is hand cast in green and the golf ball is hand cast in white. This clock is 230mm in lenght x 140mm in width...
This pendant is inspired by the artwork of the Celts. This type of design with its twisting interlaced patterns has become known as Celtic knotwork.These patterns have an almost magical quality,having no begining or end to the knotwork.This pendant is 44mm x 5mm in size.The pendant is available in three finishes,brass,bronze and pewter.Please specify which finish is required when ordering.
The Killyliss Draughts or checkers set has an 8 x 8 celtic designed board. The board is 325mm x 325mm in size and is made from hand polished reconstituted limestone from the Glens of Antrim. The draught pieces are 45mm in diameter and are also made from reconstituted limestone from the Glens of Antrim. The black draughts pieces are handpainted with gold paint to emphasise the celtic design on the surface and the white piece is handpainted with grey paint to emphasise the celtic design on its surface...
Killyliss studio has designed and handmade this GAA crest fridge magnet to celebrate the Gaelic Athletic Association`s huge contribution to Irish society since its founding in 1884. The Irish name for this organisation is Cumann luth chleas gael. It is designed and handcast by Colm Mc Cann in studio. It is cast using reconstituted limestone from the glens of Antrim in Northern Ireland. The GAA Crest fridge magnet is 57mm in diameter and weighs approximately 25 grammes. The magnetic strip on the rear...
The Ireland crest slate mirror is designed and handmade in Killyliss Studio by Colm Mc Cann. This gothic style slate mirror is handcut and is 310mm x 155mm in size. The four province crest of Ireland is also designed and coldcast by Colm. The crest is carefully attached to the slate mirror to make a great Irish gift. This handmade Irish mirror makes a great gift for any ocassion. To view other Ireland crest gifts please click on the images below.
This brooch takes its influence from the world famous Claddagh ring.The Claddagh ring originated in a small fishing village that once stood on the outskirts of Galway City.The hands in the design symbolise friendship, the crown loyalty and the heart love. This brooch is 41mm x 5mm in size.The brooch is available in three finishes,brass,bronze and pewter.Please specify which finish is required when ordering.
The Salmon of Knowledge slate plaque celebrates the story of Finn Mac Cool and Fintan the Salmon of Knowledge. Fintan the Salmon of Knowledge lived in the river Boyne and it was said that whoever ate this salmon would gain endless wisdom. At this time Finn was a student of the ancient sage and Druid named Finegas , who made it his lifes mission to catch and eat Fintan the Salmon of Knowledge. After many years Finegas caught the salmon and ordered Finn to cook it for him, but forbid him to eat any...
The Tara Brooch is one of the most important remaining artifacts from the early Christian era in Ireland. It was created about 700 A.D. and is decorated with intertwined or knotwork designs. The design and techniques used in the creation of this brooch show the advanced state of jewellery making in Ireland in this period. The Tara Brooch was most likely made for a wealthy person,a male who wished to show off his high status in life. This national treasure was found on a beach near Bettystown Co....
County Armagh is situated in the province of Ulster in the north of Ireland, just below Lough Neagh. It is often called the orchard county as it is the centre of apple growing in Ireland for many years. The name Armagh comes from the Irish, gaelic word Ard Macha, meaning the hill of Macha, the seat of the High kings of Ulster from 350 B.C. to 332 A.D.. This Armagh wall plaque based on the county crestwithin which the cross and harp are illustrated. The cross represents the founding of Armagh by st...
The Book of Kells is one of the most important Irish manuscripts. It was hand written in approximately 800A.D. and decorated with various Celtic designs. One of the designs used to embellish the page border was a Celtic bird design. This stylised design shows the bird in full flight and is abstract in style. This wall plaque is sculpted and hand cast by Colm Mc Cann in studio. The wall plaques in the images shown are the coldcast brassfinish and the coldcast pewter finish. The plaque is 195mm x ...
This wall plaque is based on the art work found in the Book of Kells and similar manuscripts of the time. These manuscripts were hand written by monks that lived in numerous monastic sites in Ireland around the 6th - 10th century A.D. The monks sometimes used the borders of the pages to doodle or they used animal patterns or small figures to fill out larger illustrations. This angel is one of those figures , perhaps it was a self portrait of the scribe or monk, carrying the manuscript he was working...
The Book of Armagh plaque depicts the four Evangelists, Matthew is shown as a man, Mark is the Lion, Luke the Calf and John is depicted as an Eagle. This plaque dates from approx. 807 A.D. This book includes the testament of St. Patrick an important confession of the saints convictions and spiritual experiences. This plaque is 200mm x 150mm x 15mm in size.The plaque is available in three finishes brass,bronze and pewter, please specify which finish is required when ordering.
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