Foot cross

Footprint in stone have always been an indication of God`s presence or that of a holy person. This 10th century example from Lough Derg, Co. Clare, lay on the ground and imcludes the ancient Galeic words `coscrach` and `laignech` meaning `laughter` and `weakness`, which may be interpreted as `victory for the meek`.

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MaterialBronze
CollectionReligious
Weight450 gr
Taille17, 8cmX7, 5cm

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Footprint in stone have always been an indication of God`s presence or that of a holy person. This 10th century example from Lough Derg, Co. Clare, lay on the ground and imcludes the ancient Galeic words `coscrach` and `laignech` meaning `laughter` and `weakness`, which may be interpreted as `victory for the meek`. each piece is made of a bronze cockle reinforced by a resin and a ceramic heart. each item is handmade in a small Irish family enterprise since 1969.

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Foot cross

Foot cross

Footprint in stone have always been an indication of God`s presence or that of a holy person. This 10th century example from Lough Derg, Co. Clare, lay on the ground and imcludes the ancient Galeic words `coscrach` and `laignech` meaning `laughter` and `weakness`, which may be interpreted as `victory for the meek`.

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