The Men of Aran Wall Hanging


The men of the Aran Islands used to carry their traditional fishing boats, known as Curraghs, to the sea everyday, to bring home the catch of the day, in order to sustain their community. They also wore the traditional Aran sweater woven with celtic knotwork, which represented prayers to keep them safe at sea.

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Dimensions8 x 10 cm


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