The Broighter Boat – Irish Treasures Gold Metal Plate Art -(Wide)
One of Ireland’s treasures and information printed on a metal plate with a reflective gold surface
- Handcrafted printed on a gold metal plate
- Mounted/matted – ready for framing
- Metal print is 6″ x 8″
- Outer mount/matt is 10″ x 12″
TREASURES OF IRELAND SERIES
Ireland is a country that is home to some truly remarkable treasures. From its spectacular gold ornaments and ancient manuscripts, to its awe-inspiring landscapes, Ireland is a place that harbours some of the most beautiful and unique things in the world.
Delve into its history and you will find a rich culture and heritage, full of stories and mythologies that have been passed down for generations.
Have you ever wanted to get a closer look at Ireland's most iconic cultural artefacts? Now you can with Treasures of Ireland! This series of products gives you an overview of the best-known Irish artefacts, from gold discs to illuminated manuscripts, Aran sweaters to Claddagh rings.
Discover the beauty and historical significance of these timeless Irish treasures and learn more about the rich heritage and culture of Ireland.
The design is printed on a Gold metal plate and mounted onto a heritage green backing board. This is surrounded by a white textured mount (Matt). The combination of metal, textured mounts and colours make this a very striking and sophisticated artwork.
The design is printed in full colour on a Gold effect metal plate 6" x 8" and the outer mount measures 10"x12".
The artwork is presented mounted with a backing board, all in a 100% biodegradable clear presentation bag.
THE BROIGHTER BOAT
This print shows an image and background information about the treasure.
The Broighter hoard was discovered in 1896 by two men ploughing a field on the shore at Lough Foyle, in Broighter, Co. Derry Ireland.
The hoard contained a model boat, two twisted bar torcs, two necklaces, a beaten bowl and an elaborately decorated buffer torc.
The most remarkable piece is probably the small boat. It is the earliest depiction of a sailing ship from Ireland and shows just how advanced Irish civilisation was at this time.
Finely crafted, it measures just 18.4 cm long by 3 7.6 cm wide. The vessel has benches, rowlocks, oars and a paddle rudder for steering. Also included with the boat were tools for grappling, forks, a yardarm and a spear.
The boat along with other items of the Broighter hoard is on display in the National Museum of Ireland, Dublin.
Note: This subject is also available in a square format version in our Treasures of Ireland series.
Please enquire about our other metal plate prints - We always have new designs.
|Size and Materials||
Handcrafted printed 7" x 5" gold metal plate. Mounted/matted on a premium board with a textured finish. Outer mount/matt is 10" x 12".
Individually made, each is printed made using a hand-pressed reproduction method that ensures the highest quality.