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This is a beautifully detailed statue modelled on a Celtic Cross that stands at Kilfenora in County Clare.

Made by Irish artist Kathleen Smyth

Cold-cast by hand in bronze and cast iron

The sticker on the back of the piece gives some of St. Patrick's history:

Born in Roman Britain in AD 387, at 16 captured by pirates and sold into slavery in Ireland where he tended a chieftain's cattle. Six years later he escaped and went to a monastery in France. At 43, now a bishop, he returned with monks to bring the faith to Ireland.

Statue measures 6.5" x 2.5"

There is a hole in the back; this piece is ready to hang on a wall - it would make a lovely welcome piece in any hallway.

St. Patrick - Celtic Statue - Irish Art, Irish Gift


  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Materials: bronze, cast iron
  • Ships worldwide from Kilkenny, Ireland
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  • Favorited by: 9 people