Crosog Bride translates to ““St Brigid’s Cross”
St Brigid’s Cross is a small cross usually woven from rushes. Typically it has four arms tied at the ends and a woven square in the middle.
Brigid’s crosses are associated with Brigid of Kildare one of the patron saints of Ireland. The crosses are traditionally made in Ireland on St Brigid’s feast day, 1st February and were set over doorways and windows to protect the home from any kind of harm.
Irish Carrickmacross Lace reflective of emblems of ancient Ireland & mythological times. All of these delicate lace pieces come with a signed Certificate of Authenticity, dated and numbered. Irish Carrickmacross Lace is perfect for wedding gifts or anniversary presents. Traditionally lace was offered as a gift for the thirteenth wedding anniversary.
- Size of lace 11 cms x 11 cms
- Size of paper 13 cms x 13 cms
- Size of mountboard 18 x 23 cms
- Price €75.00