5,000 Years ago in Ireland, the Great Elk wandered through the forests and mountains, it was a land of sweeping mists, gentle rain and soft sunlight. A land of pagan carvings and mysterious rituals. A land where the soothing lilt of the harp floated over cool, clear crystal lakes and rivers. It was the time of Cu Chulainn and Queen Maeve and the Red Branch Knights. This was indeed the Celtic Twilight. Today, Island Turf Crafts have captured the very essence of that era. Turf from that golden age has been excavated and processed to create a unique range of turf ornaments. You have to admit that this piece has a unique richness about it. These pieces called ornaments could be placed on your tree but I think they are called ornaments because they are ‘ornamental’ i.e. that they can be an added blessing to any room of your home. There is a green ribbon at the top for easy hanging. This 2 7/8″W x 3″L Saint Brigid’s Cross has wonderful detail.