Framed Irish Word Carving -- "Beannacht" -- available in Iron/White Item DEC-F-BEAN-I and Bronze/Brown Item DEC-F-BEAN-B
This beautiful gallery-style framed artwork is part of the "Scriobh" collection, a celebration of meaningful Irish words and phrases.
This piece features the word "Beannacht," Gaelic for "Blessing." The carving is an award-winning design by artist Adam Grabski, meticulously molded, finished with a metal shell, matted and framed in a wooden shadow box frame behind glass. The translation is hand-written in pencil beneath the mounted piece. Each and every part of this artwork is produced individually by hand in Ireland.
The frame measures 8 1/2" x 11 3/4." The photographs show a straight-on view of the framed work hanging on the wall, as well as a close up of the centerpiece.
Words have been cherished in Ireland since ancient Celts carved them on Ogden stones. The heartwarming sentiment of "Beannacht" is sure to bring comfort in times both good and bad and makes a beautiful addition to any home.
"Beannacht" is available in two styles: Iron metal finish with a white frame (item DEC-F-BEAN-I), and Bronze metal finish with a brown frame (DEC-F-BEAN-B). Choose your preferred color when placing the item in your basket.