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St. Brigid Celtic Cross Pendant, Gold Celtic TH7

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The Brigid Celtic cross is a 3/4" across by 3/4" long (20mm). The front of the cross is antiqued and extremely detailed. This delicate pendant has a hidden bale. This cross is available in your choice of 10K or 14K yellow gold. The chain is extra.

Saint Brigid, second only to St Patrick as the patron saint of Ireland, is also commonly known as Saint Bride or Bridget (451-523AD). According to tradition, she was a woman of great beauty and ability. She was brought up in a Druid household, but not wishing to marry her chosen suitor at the age of 14, she went to live as a nuns in a small convent under a large oak. The monastery of Kildare was later founded there. The name Kildare means Church of the Oak. (She was also the patroness of the Knights of Chivalry and it is suggested that the word bride entered the English language because these knights married women who became their very own 'brides'.)

It is a traditional Irish story, that while teaching a dying old man about Christianity, St. Brigid made a cross from rushes in order to explain the crucifixion and the message of salvation. This was the first St Brigid's Cross. St Brigid Crosses were hung in stables and houses to bring protection to the family and animals. Even to this day similar crosses are made of rushes and placed in the rafters of a dwelling to protect from harm.

The feast day of Saint Brigid is celebrated on the first day of February, the supposed day of her death (This is also the date of the Celtic fire festival of Imbolc, celebrating the return of light after the darkness of winter.) As this is the first day of spring also in the Celtic calendar, it was an important time for farmers as it was a sign of the end of winter.
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The Brigid Celtic cross is a 3/4" across by 3/4" long (20mm). The front of the cross is antiqued and extremely detailed. This delicate pendant has a hidden bale. This cross is available in your choice of 10K or 14K yellow gold. The chain is extra.

Saint Brigid, second only to St Patrick as the patron saint of Ireland, is also commonly known as Saint Bride or Bridget (451-523AD). According to tradition, she was a woman of great beauty and ability. She was brought up in a Druid household, but not wishing to marry her chosen suitor at the age of 14, she went to live as a nuns in a small convent under a large oak. The monastery of Kildare was later founded there. The name Kildare means Church of the Oak. (She was also the patroness of the Knights of Chivalry and it is suggested that the word bride entered the English language because these knights married women who became their very own 'brides'.)

It is a traditional Irish story, that while teaching a dying old man about Christianity, St. Brigid made a cross from rushes in order to explain the crucifixion and the message of salvation. This was the first St Brigid's Cross. St Brigid Crosses were hung in stables and houses to bring protection to the family and animals. Even to this day similar crosses are made of rushes and placed in the rafters of a dwelling to protect from harm.

The feast day of Saint Brigid is celebrated on the first day of February, the supposed day of her death (This is also the date of the Celtic fire festival of Imbolc, celebrating the return of light after the darkness of winter.) As this is the first day of spring also in the Celtic calendar, it was an important time for farmers as it was a sign of the end of winter.
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Exclusive designs : It is true that you cannot look for any retail stores which are able to sell these items. Why not? That is because we never make mass products, we custom printed for you only, with various range of patterns but unique.

Precise in every single detail : We are proud to say that our items are created by talented designers who have strong passion for exploring cultural diversities and art area; to make outstanding products, they are giving all their love to every single detail.

Satisfaction guaranteed : We are sure that you will be totally satisfied with each item you buy from our store. Otherwise, if you are disappointed for any matters, we are willing to help you anytime and make it right.

Easy return : In the case that you are not happy with any items you buy, please note that you should contact us via 1stireland.com. For sure that we will make an exchange or replacement if requested.

Ordering from 1stireland.com is 100% safe and secure so you can rest easy. Your personal details are never shared, sold or rented to anyone either.

 

 

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