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Framed 3D bronze wall art mounted in a quality frame, entitled ‘Salmon of Knowledge‘ and signed by the artist, A. Rynart.

A Celtic style Salmon made of bronze, depicting the story of the ‘Salmon of Knowledge‘.

 

Material: Bronze in Wooden Frame

Made in: Cork

Dispatch & Delivery Details

This Salmon of Knowledge Bronze Art Framed is kept in stock. However, gifts purchased with a personalised option are handmade to order and dispatched directly from the supplier. Please allow approximately 3-10 working days for dispatch of personalised gifts.  If you require your personalised frame urgently please contact us to make priority arrangements.

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Dispatch:
We aim to dispatch in-stock orders within 24 hours, but certainly within 2 working days.

Delivery Cost per order by Express Tracked Post:
Ireland (32 counties) = flat rate €5.00
U.K. = flat rate €8.00
U.S.A. = flat rate €15.00
Rest of the World = cost varies, this is calculated in the cart and in checkout

Full Description

The Salmon of Knowledge Framed Bronze Art is a beautiful piece of Irish Wall Art. Handmade by Rynhart Bronze Fine Art, in Glengarriff, West Cork, Ireland. Quality Irish gifts by Rynhart, award winning design.

Framed bronze wall art entitled ‘Salmon of Knowledge‘. Beautiful handcrafted bronze 3D art, mounted in a quality white frame.

Dimensions:

  • White frame: 19 cm x 24 cm x 2.5 cm

This gift is suitable for lots of different special occasions. But it is perfect for graduation gifts for men and women, signifying the knowledge gained from the accomplishment of graduating from school or college. Representing the famous legend of the Salmon of Knowledge, this is a truly unique Irish graduation gift and handmade in Ireland.

The ‘Salmon of Knowledge‘ is a well-known Irish legend about Fionn Mac Cumhaill. Irish Legend has it that the first person to taste this famous Salmon would gain the wisdom and knowledge of the world.  Finnegas, Fionn’s mentor, caught the salmon and was very excited that he would be the first to taste the fish and gain the knowledge of the world.  He left Fionn to finish cooking the Salmon. When a cooking blister appeared on the Salmon’s skin, Fionn burst it with his thumb and in doing so burnt his thumb. Without thinking, Fionn sucked his thumb to stop the pain. In essence this meant that Fionn was the first to taste the ‘Salmon of Knowledge‘ and he therefore become the wisest man in the world.

Click here to read my blog about the Celtic legend Fionn Mac Cumhaill, including salmon of knowledge and other stories

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