Named after the islands of Ireland, and inspired by their stories and history, our Island Range of shawls and scarves is a fusion of modern Irish design and colour palette together with the traditional Celtic knot weave or ‘snaidhm celtic’ in Irish/Gaelic. This union of old and new creates a stunning range of exciting and innovative Pashminas that will bring a splash of Celtic splendour to transform any outfit in your wardrobe.
Irish Pashmina Scarf – Cathaigh
“A splash of Celtic splendour”
Maker: Mulligans Ireland “Island Range”
Colour: Raspberry and Soft Pink
Material: 55% Wool 45% Silk
Dimensions: 190cm x 34cm
Each of these Mulligans Ireland “Island Range” of scarves has been inspired by and named after an Irish Island. Each one comes with a story about the island, its history and inhabitants.
Hang Tag story card reads…
Inis Cathaigh or Scattery Island lies in the Shannon Estuary, off the coast of Kilrush, County Clare. The island was founded by St. Senan (Senán mac Geircinn), a prominent sixth century Munster saint. he was renowned for his sanctity and miracles. Inis Cathaigh became not only a famous abbey but the seat of a bishopric with St. Senan as its first bishop. only men were allowed on Scattery Island while Senan was there, legend has it that when his sister, St. Conainne died, she willed it that she would be buried near Senan. To stay true to his own edicts, Senan waited till low tide to bury her in the inter-tidal zone, which was not strictly the “island”, thus fulfilling his sister’s wish.