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St. Patrick Bronze Art


A fabulous framed bronze art piece of St. Patrick with gorgeous aqua colouring. Award winning design.

Glorious St. Patrick, is the patron saint of Ireland, feastday is 17th March and is celebrated around the globe.

Legend has it that St. Patrick banished snakes from Ireland and this bronze art depicts St. Patrick standing on a snake.

Make your gift more special, personalise this St. Patrick Bronze Art with a message/name(s) in place of the words ‘St. Patrick’ on the mount. (Please allow c.3-10 extra days for personalised gifts, contact us to confirm a more accurate shipping time.)

1 in stock

    • 3 €


Dimensions: In a white frame, approx. 250mm x 450mm, signed by the artist.


Handcrafted in Co. Cork, a wonderful Irish gift.


This Irish gift is ideal for:

  • St. Patrick’s Day
  • Anniversary
  • Birthday
  • Christmas
  • New Home
  • Wedding


Created by Rynhart Fine Art Bronze, based in beautiful Glengarriff, Co. Cork. Jeanne Rynhart formed this company in 1981 and is well known for famous public sculptures such as Molly Malone, Annie Moore and the Rose of Tralee. In 1994 Jeanne’s daughter, Audrey, teamed up with her. Audrey and her husband, Les Elliott, now run the business from their studio in Glengarriff where their passon for Irish history and Celtic design is evident from their attention to detail in Rynhart bronze art pieces.

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Weight 1.4500 kg


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