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Personalized Celtic Wedding Pillow

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Celebrate an Irish wedding with this personalized, handmade pillow. The initial is handpainted in the style of the Celtic art featured in The Book of Kells and the wedding date appears below. It is sure to be treasured by the new couple for years to come.

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When two lives become one, something wonderful happens. Irish craftsperson Aime Nolan Ryan of The Indie Celt has created a unique Irish wedding gift to mark the special day. Handmade from all-natural and organic materials, this customized pillow features the couple's initial handpainted in black with gold accents in the style of the Book of Kells, plus the couple's wedding date. This unique Irish wedding gift celebrates new beginnings—and the Celtic heritage—through Irish-made craft. 

  • Made from the finest preshrunk organic cotton
  • Measures 16 x 16 inches
  • The couple's own Celtic letter is individually created using calligraphy tools and black ink, then handpainted in a striking gold.

  • Handcrafted by Irish artisan Aime Nolan Ryan
  • Please allow 2 weeks for receipt of your custom-created pillow
  • Ships from the USA
Did You Know? The earliest surviving manuscript from Ireland is the Cathach, meaning Battler. The greatest significance of this book, which dates from the late 6th century, is that it demonstrates the beginnings of the tradition of decorated capital letters. As time went on, these capital letters became more ornate and artistic, so by the time the book of Kells was produced, around the year 800, manuscripts created in Ireland were unrivaled in all of Europe for the exquisiteness of their art. They were also renowned for the striking black quality of their ink, which was made from Oak galls. 


About the Artist. Aime Nolan Ryan of The Indie Celt was born and grew up on the west coast of Ireland in County Clare. Aime attended the University of Galway in Ireland where she studied archaelogy, discovering her love for the earliest form of Irish writing, Ogham. She now resides in the Chicagoland area with her husband and children but still return to Ireland every summer to soak up more Irish culture and search for new creative inspiration. Visit The Indie Celt artisan page.
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