In the Footsteps of Giants
Ancient myths about this romantic location have been known in Ireland for centuries. Originally this remarkable rock formation was believed to be a bridge over to Scotland. Similar stone structures found along the Scottish coast gave credence to this idea. It was believed that Ireland’s famous giant Fionn mac Cumhaill built the bridge to defend against the Scottish Giant Benandonner. Though stories differ on the means everyone agrees that Ireland remained free and safe from all foreign giants.
A Charming Location
Whether your interest springs from travel memories an interest in geology a fascination with Irish mythology or collecting interesting and unique charms this bead is for you. Crafted of sterling silver it is sure to amaze and delight