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The traditional Gaelic greeting which means one hundred thousand welcomes. The Irish respect the significance of the welcome as a threshold or rite of passage. Among Celts, there is a wide recognition of the importance of chance meetings and random events with a renowned openness to new experiences, opportunities and people. This is characterised by the expansive and generous nature of the phrase ‘céad míle fáilte’.
Each friend represents a world in us, a world possibly not born until they arrive. Anais Nin
From an original stone, carved by Tom Little.
This piece comes in a presentation cotton bag
Size 8 x 5 inches // 20 x 13 cm