|Replica of the Ardagh Chalice|
Three chief artisans of Ireland: Tassach with Patrick, Conlaed with Brigit, and Daig with Ciaran.
According to The Brehon Laws by Laurence Ginnell, 1894, whenever an artisan delivered his work he said a blessing on it. So strong was this tradition that if it wasn't done, fines were leveled.
|PreChristian statue on on the Isle of Boa in Lough Erne, Co Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.|