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Bell shrine of St Patrick
‘The Shrine of St. Patrick’s Bell’ as it is called is the new decorated casing that was applied to fit over the original iron bell. This encasing which dates to the early 11th century was created and given as a gift to the then High King or Árd Rí of Ireland, Comnall Ó’Lochlainn.

Ireland Necklace,Image from Shrine of St. Patricks Bell

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  • Each item begins as a piece of sheet metal, copper, bronze, brass or nickel.  After a pattern is transferred to the metal, the piece is etched in a salt-water solution.  Each piece is hand cut, sanded, and polished. A patina may be applied or it may be hand painted with dye oxide.  A clear polymer coating is applied

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