St Brigids Cross
The St. Brigid’s Cross was traditionally placed in cottages, and out-houses on her feast day, February 1st, the anniversary of her death in about 524 AD.
The tradition of hanging a St Brigid’s Crosses inside the door of your home is still strong in Ireland and crosses are often sent to friends and family abroad as a reminder of their home in Ireland. It is believed that the cross protects the home and the people and animals in it.
This modern twist on tradition is made from white oak veneered MDF and is a dainty 180 x 180mm in size