Horses in Celtic Mythology

Horses were much admired by the Celts and feature throughout many of the ancient stories handed down from one gene...

Melangell and the Hare

The hare was a sacred animal for the Celts, a symbol of abundance, prosperity and good fortune. Our latest hare sculp...

The Celtic Festival of Samhain

The Celtic festival of Samhain marked the end of the harvest and the beginning of winter, the darker half of the year...

Bronze Wedding and Anniversary Gifts

The rich tapestry of Irish history, tradition and myth are woven together to create the Bronze Legend Collection by C...

World Poetry Day

March 21st was adopted as World Poetry Day by Unesco in 1999 to celebrate the enduring power of poetry to inspire a...

Women in Celtic Myths and Legends

We are marking International Women's Day by taking a look at some of the famous female characters that feature in Cel...

Bronze Patination

A material of war and art, bronze has been used for thousands of years to depict life, spirit and worship. Patination...

The Celtic Festival of Imbolc

The Celtic festival of Imbolc is celebrated on the first of February through to sunset on the second. Falling between...

Bronze Legends: The Creation and Casting of a Sculpture

The Bronze Legend Collection of sculptures by Charlie Mallon is inspired by the symbols and stories of the Ancient Ce...

Birds in Celtic Mythology

Fiacc is Irish for raven and our limited edition Mallon bronze sculptures were inspired by the raven in the tragic Ir...

The Art of Printmaking

In this post we take a closer look at the processes used to create our range of limited edition collagraphs and hand ...
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