Adharc Amach - Curragh Pendant
Adharc Amach - Curragh Pendant
Curragh Pendant - Baidín Fheilimí
Báidín Fheilimí is a traditional Irish song, which originates in the Gaeltacht region in the north-west of County Donegal. It is usually taught to young children in Irish Schools and will be recalled by anyone who attended a National School down through the years.. The lyrics are in Irish and the story is of a small boat owned by a man called Feilimí (Phelim).
The pendant hangs on an 18" / 46cm chain
Sterling silver pendant handmade in Ireland by Annie Quinn, part of her Adharc Amach, Looking Out Collection.
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