Waterford Celtic Cross by McHarp
Waterford Cross, Ireland by McHarp
9" high x 5" wide
Hanger on back.
Made of a sturdy cast stone-like material, colored and sealed, ready to hang! Features a heart in center and cascading shamrocks. Indoors or outdoors, great addition to any home or garden!
Explanation card included.
Made in the USA
Explanation Card Reads:
Waterford began as a Viking settlement in the 9th century led by Jarl Ottar, and the most prominent of the Viking rulers was Ivar of Waterford. Waterford's most recognizable landmark of Viking origin is the massive Reginald's Tower, which is believed to be the first building in Ireland to use mortar. The city is also known for Waterford Crystal, the former glass making industry which lasted from 1783 until 2009 when the factory was shut down. Shamrocks decorate this lovely cross, which are a symbol of the Trinity used by St. Patrick, patron saint of Ireland. The heart and rays streaming from it represent our radiating hearts love, our light into the world.