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Wild Goose Family Plaque

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After years in decline, the Irish language is experiencing a resurgence and its beauty can be seen in this award-winning design originally carved by Adam Grabski.
Words have been cherished in Ireland since the first lines were carved on Ogham stones and they are celebrated in the song, poetry and the art of everyday conversation.
The Scríobh collection celebrates popular Irish words and phrases; the Irish word 'Clann' used here translates to 'Family'.


The Wildgoose studio is located in the picturesque town of Kinsale, Co. Cork. Brian Scott-McCarthy and Kathleen Smyth founded the Wild Goose Studio in 1970 with a vision of awakening the imagination through a fusion of thought, feeling and image. Together with other leading Irish artists, they have created a unique range of artifacts which combine heritage with the contemporary.


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Brand Wild Goose
Measurements 8.5 x 11.5 inches (21.5 x 29cm)
Composition Bronze coated resin.
Care Instructions Leave to age naturally or polish with soft cloth and beeswax occasionally to retain shine.
Product ID 787bz


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