Welcome visitors to your home with this elegant Lough Derg Holy Water Font Bronze Plaque from Wild Goose Studio. Lough Derg, in County Donegal, has long been a site of religious pilgrimage in Ireland, dating back to the fifth century when it was visited by St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. Today, an island in the center of the lake holds a shrine to St. Patrick and is only reachable by boat, for those who wish to follow in his footsteps.
This hanging wall font is cast in resin and coated with a beautiful bronze finish before being polished to bring out its hidden beauty. The mold is carved by hand by one of Wild Goose Studio’s master artists, creating a stunningly detailed design with artisanal style.
Wild Goose Studio was founded by artists Brian Scott-McCarthy and Kathleen Smyth in Kinsale, County Cork in 1970 and has been creating high quality sculpted pieces of Irish art ever since. Their master artists draw inspiration from Ireland’s rich cultural heritage of stone carving, poetry, mythology and lore to craft beautifully contemporary pieces that will be treasured for years to come.