These beautiful gifts are handcrafted Rynhart Bronze Irish Gifts in Co. Cork. The Rynhart ranges includes small wall hangings, framed bronze pieces and small statues. These gifts are suitable to celebrate lots of different special occasions and the range represents places, traditions and legends of Ireland, while depicting Irish history and Celtic design. Totally Irish Gifts is delighted to add the following statuettes to our selection of Irish gifts, shipping world-wide.
Rynhart also offer Totally Irish Gifts’ customers a personalised option on their framed pieces.
Rynhart Fine Art Bronze Irish Gifts was started in 1981 by Jeanne Rynhart, whose iconic public sculptures include:
Molly Malone statue in Dublin, depicting Molly with her wheelbarrow with baskets of cockles and mussels. This famous fishmonger had a song written about her which became the unofficial anthem of Dublin. This bronze statue was commissioned to celebrate the city’s first millennium in 1988.
Annie Moore statue in Cobh, Co. Cork, depicting Annie and her two brothers. Annie was the first immigrant to pass through federal immigrant inspection on Ellis Island station in New York Harbor. This bronze statue was commissioned in 1993 and is dedicated to all who emigrated from Ireland. This sculpture won the Zeneca Ireland Ltd Commemorative Sculpture Award.
Rose of Tralee statue, depicting William Pembroke Mulchinock giving a rose to his true love Mary O’Connor, the original Rose of Tralee, alas they were never to marry. Commissioned in 2009 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Rose of Tralee competition and can be found in the Rose garden in Tralee, Co. Kerry.
In 1994 Jeanne’s daughter, Audrey, joined the company. Audrey and her husband Les Elliott continue Jeanne’s legacy and have created their own beautiful range of quality handmade bronze Irish gifts in bas relief.
If you are ever in the fabulous Glengarriff, West Cork, travel an extra 4 miles to visit the Rhynart bronze workshop in the Coomarkane Visitor Centre.
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