Wild Goose Studio
Wild Goose Studio - Slainte
Sláinte is the well-known Irish Gaelic phrase meaning "good health"; used when drinking, like "bottoms up" or "cheers".
Perhaps the furthest-traveled and most widely known of all Gaelic words, Sláinte is an expression of Celtic bonhomie.
From an original stone carving in a lovely Gaelic typeface by Tom Little; cast by hand at The Wild Goose Studio in Kinsale, County Cork, Ireland.
Bronze pieces can be hung indoors or in a protected place outdoors. Indoors, polish gently with a soft cloth; outdoors bronze will develop verdigris.