Cashs Crystal
Cashs Crystal Hawthorne Fairy Heart Bowl
Cashs Crystal Hawthorne Fairy Heart Bowl
$100.00 Add to Cart
Item# 12443C
Size: W: 5 1/4" x H: 2 1/2"
The Hawthorne Fairy pattern was inspired by the mystical flora found all over Ireland. The Hawthorne tree is considered a fairy tree in Ireland and an Irish farmer will never cut the tree down in fear of making the fairies angry. The fairies are guardians in every field and path. In Spring, when the Hawthorne is in full bloom, the belief is that the fairies are happy! Many use this beautiful flower for wedding ceremonies as an emblem of hope, strength and unity.

Makes a great wedding, engagement or anniversary gift! Hawthorne in full bloom on Cashs Crystal pieces will bring good luck to the home year round!

Includes Cashs Crystal brochure with Hawthorne Fairy story.

View the entire Cashs Hawthorne Fairy Collection.

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Cashs Crystal Tradition

Since 1976 Cashs of Ireland has been synonymous with fine crystal and gifts, all fashioned in traditional ways by skilled Irish craftsmen.

For generations, these Irish craftsmen have passed their knowledge of the ancient art of crystal making and cutting from father to son. Cashs artisans have dedicated their lives to their craft, and their city of Waterford, Ireland. Cashs Crystal is hand cut, where possible, and polished to perfection according to centuries old techniques.

Inspired by Nature

Talented designers draw inspiration from Ireland's rich history and beautiful countryside. They translate the rolling green foothills, walled remnants of ancient cities, and magnificent seaside into stunning art. Cashs designers bring to life these textures and patterns of Ireland with unique and exquisite detail.

Both designer and craftsman pour their talents into each piece as a handmade testament to their artistry and respect for nature.

Cashs of Ireland is an exclusive Cashs Crystal retailer in the U.S.!

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