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Sea Pinks


This piece is taken from the Panel  (Evening: the lighthouse at Hookhead).

“At they very  mouth of the Harbour there runneth out a narrow neck of land which presented onto the sailors a high turret erected by citizens of Ros when they were in a flourishing state that, they might more safely enter into the river’s mouth”.

In the lower border of this panel the ruins of the early Parish Church can be seen and the Puffin, a native nearby Saltee Islands, feeds her young amid the Sea Pinks (also known as Sea Thrift).

‘Each piece is unique , hand stitched over many hours by an individual volunteer stitcher. Therefore although some scenes are repeated, each interpretation is unique to the person who made the work.’If an piece is out of stock it can be ordered, please contact  to be advised of a waiting period.

Stitched by Pat Brennan.