The St Brigids Cross
A beautiful tradition, a holy and potent symbol woven from the rushes of Irish rivers and thought to ward off evil and hunger for generations of Irish people.
St. Brigid's Cross (Cros Bríde in Irish) is a cross woven from rushes, with 4 arms tied at the end and meeting in a woven patterned square in the centre. Traditionally they were displayed over the door of a house to ward off evil. The tradition marks the beginning of spring, St Brigid's Day being the 1st February.
Wear this beautiful sterling silver pendant as a celebration of faith, as well as of Irish heritage and culture.The St Bridget’s Cross is a powerful Irish religious symbol worn to protect heart and home. It was traditionally made from rushes to welcome in Spring to celebrate the feast day of St. Brigid. This sterling silver St. Brigid's cross pendant has been Irish hallmarked in Dublin Castle. 18 inch chain.
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