Kilteel Copper Craft has been in business for over 30 years and we have great pleasure in bringing you a small selection of their latest pieces of Irish handcraft Copper Work.
The business was founded by John Cassin and now his daughter Michelle proudly continues on the family business.
All the work displayed on this website is designed and made in their workshop in Co Longford. Each piece is individually made by Michelle in gleaming copper, in the old tradition, which is polished, toned and then lacquered to preserve its finish. Each piece also carries the signature of the artist as your guarantee of its authenticity.
Celtic Crosses can be found throughout Ireland.They were carved by Irish monks around 1200 AD. During this period, Ireland was a place of learning and knowledge for the whole of...
The Tara Brooch was worn by the great warriors and chieftains of Ireland at great ceremonies and feasts in ancient times.Size: 15″ x 12″
St. Brigid was known as the Celtic saint of Well-Being, with this unique cross being her symbol.The original cross was woven with rushes from the river Shannon.Her feast day is...
The Violin or Fiddle as it is known in Traditional Irish music arrived in Irelandvia Europearound the 17th century.It was played in orchestras and quartet’s in stately homes of the...
The Claddagh Ring is the most famous of Irish ring designs.It originated in an old fishing village in Galway.The hands signify friendships, the heart love, and the crown loyalty.The theme...
Kilteel Copper - Celtic Boat
The bodhran (pronounced “bow-rawn”) is a tambourine shaped drum which is peculiar to Ireland.It is made from a kid goatskin stretched over a wooden rim and it is played with...
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