Passing down

So much of Ireland has changed over the last forty years. Workers who thatched roofs, span wool and weaved wicker have grandchildren working in tech companies, consultancy and financial services. Those old industries are rarely passed down.


Ireland's Ogham Alphabet ,Ogham inscribed jewellery is a signature of Brian de Staic, a gift with a personal touch and an ancient significance. The main use of the Ogham alphabet hasn’t changed in almost two millennia: a personal inscription. Records of people long past make up the bulk of standing Ogham stones littered around the Dingle Peninsula. Each Ogham stone has a name.
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