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Personalised Ogham Wedding Photo Frame

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Personalised Ogham Wedding Photo Frame

What a wonderful Personalised Wedding Photo Frame, sure to become a treasured keepsake.


This Wedding Photo Frame features:


  • Bride & Grooms first names written and also painted in the ancient Irish writing of Ogham on handmade paper.

  • Date of wedding written on handmade paper.

  • Space for your favourite 6" x 4" photo in a lovely contemporary black wooden frame.

 


Ogham is a uniquely Irish gift as it is the earliest form of Ancient Irish script dating from c.4th century, often found inscribed on standing stones and in sacred places throughout Ireland, read our blog about Ogham here

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€69.95

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Celebrate Ireland’s ancient culture and heritage with this beautiful Ogham Wedding gift.

Dimensions: Frame = 16.5" x 11"; space for a 6" x 4" photo.

Black writing on cream handmade paper, on a black background and in a black wooden frame.

This Irish gift is ideal for:

  • Wedding Gifts
  • Anniversary Gifts
  • Engagement Gifts
  • Valentine's Day Gifts

Handmade in Ireland.


Each Ogham gift is accompanied by an explanatory text outlining the history of Ogham writing with the Gaelic and English translations. Ogham is the earliest form of Irish writing dating from the 4th century mainly.  There are over 350 Ogham stones that have been discovered, it is also believed that Ogham was considered to be a magical script with inscription on wood similar to wands, however there are none in existence to confirm or deny this.  It is thought to have been widely practiced by the ancient Druids as a form of sign language as the letters had no more than five characters which could be easily replicated using their hands.