About this Piece
This beautiful brooch is inspired by the Irish myth of the Children of Lir. According to legend, the Tuath Dé Danann were a supernatural race that lived and ruled in Ireland. Lir was married to the daughter of their King and had four children with her. Sadly, his wife died, and the King sent another daughter to take her place. Jealous of the love and affection Lir gave to his children, their stepmother transformed them into swans.
This intricately detailed brooch captures one of the most popular Irish myths. Featuring three white swans and silver feather detailing, it is the perfect accessory for anyone with an appreciation for Irish heritage or legends.
Complete the set with the Children of Lir necklace.
About the Maker
We are proud to bring you a finely crafted collection of jewelry from TJH. The Jewellery House have been crafting Jewelry in Dublin for over 50 years. They present a beautiful selection of Celtic Crosses and Claddagh rings as well as a range from House of Lor. The House of Lor range is an authentically Irish with its real Irish gold mined off the shores of the Wild Atlantic Way. Enjoy our curated collection.