This elegant Irish Urn is named after the Calvary shrine in Omeath, a place of pilgrimage along the Carlingford lough in County Louth. The design is an interpretation of a Celtic cross. It is interlaced with ancient knot work with a Celtic sun ring behind it.
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A Claddagh of eternal and intertwining love.
The hands= friendship
The ancient heart tri -spiral = eternal love
The Gaelic crown = Celtic loyalty
The use of the triptych knot on the crown and spiral design on the heart borrows both from our pagan and Christian cultures, each symbolising eternity.
A Celtic collar knot represents how the Irish are all bound together for eternity.
This Urn has a beautiful feel and texture and you will clearly see the hand thrown nature of the piece. Click for more information
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