RING OF BRODGAR- SMALL FREESTANDING GLASS CURVE /Black/Orange/Yellow

RING OF BRODGAR- SMALL FREESTANDING GLASS CURVE /Black/Orange/Yellow

£40.00

Small Freestanding Glass Curve featuring the famous Ring of Brodgar in Stenness, Orkney.
The stones are fired onto a colourful Aurora Borealis (Merry Dancers) background. The stones sit on a black base with an orange and blue sky.
This piece is 26 x 9 cm (approx)
My work is carefully handmade in Orkney for you.

This design is shown with a Ochre base but it can be made with any of the other colour combinations pictured in the smaller size of standing stones or the semi circular stones curve.

All my work is made in Orkney
This piece is part of my New Orkney Collection

Description

Small Freestanding Glass Curve featuring the famous Ring of Brodgar in Stenness, Orkney.
The stones are fired onto a red and yellow background. The stones sit on a black base with a red and yellow sky.
This piece is 26 x 9 cm (approx)
My work is carefully handmade in Orkney for you.

This design is shown with a Ochre base but it can be made with any of the other colour combinations pictured in the smaller size of standing stones or the semi circular stones curve.

All my work is made in Orkney
This piece is part of my New Orkney Collection

This is what Historic Environment Scotland say about the Stones at Brodgar,

Walk among the enigmatic stones of one of the most spectacular prehistoric monuments in the British Isles. The Ring of Brodgar Stone Circle and Henge is an enormous ceremonial site dating back to the 3rd millennium BC.

The Ring of Brodgar comprises:

  • A massive stone circle, originally consisting of 60 stones – 36 survive today
  • At least 13 prehistoric burial mounds
  • A large rock-cut ditch surrounding the stone circle

The Scottish geologist Hugh Miller, visiting in 1846, wrote that the stones ‘look like an assemblage of ancient druids, mysteriously stern and invincibly silent and shaggy’.

The Ring of Brodgar is part of the Heart of Neolithic Orkney World Heritage Site, a series of important domestic and ritual monuments built 5000 years ago in the Orkney Islands.

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