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    Designed and inspired with the fire & heart energy of the goddess Brigid in full flow. To read more on Brigid see the story below. 

    This bespoke dried floral piece is created and made to order, so the flow, shape and structure of each piece is unique. The colour palette is a collection of the most warming hearth and fire coloured stems. From natural marsalas, to dark reds, warm roses and the wilds of the natural branches really do bring the arrangement to life. All natural stems, plastic free & ready for you to display.  This beauty is sure to add warmth, depth and fire to any interior space.   

    This is a generous sized piece - Dimensions are approx. 60cm tall and 30 cm wide. Luxurious handmade charcol pottery pot, with a little sparkle here and there.

    Please note the ingredients the designer chooses may vary as each arrangement is made with bespoke for you, our designer chooses her stems with the following in mind by shape, style, colour balance and energy of the piece. As such all of these elements can vary. 

    Carefully selected blooms, packed with care, and sent with love. Delivered with a personalised greeting card.

    Nationwide delivery available. 

    The Goddess Brigid - A poetess, daughter of the Dagda. This is Brigit the female sage, or woman of wisdom, i.e. Brigit the goddess whom poets adored, because very great and very famous was her protecting care. It is therefore they call her goddess of poets by this name. Whose sisters were Brigit the female physician (woman of leechcraft,) Brigit the female smith (woman of smithwork); from whom whose names with all Irishmen a goddess was called Brigit.

    Brigid is particularly associated with the first stirrings of Spring as the days begin to lengthen, the snowdrops bloom, and the ewes begin to lactate. She was central in the celebration of the ancient Celtic festival of Imbolc, meaning “in the belly” and referring to the stirring of new life, of the earth awakening and life-force emanating that is palpable during this time.

    She is known as the goddess of healing, poetry and arts and crafts, especially blacksmithing. As a healing goddess she was believed to be present to watch over the birth of every child. Her healing wells can still be found in Ireland to this day.