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Slainte Mhath (Good Health)

Slainte Mhath (pronounced as Slancha va) is the Scottish Gaelic for "Good Health". It is commonly used as a drinking toast. The proposer will say “Slainte Mhath” and the popular response will be “Slainte Mhor” (pronounced as Slancha vor), which translates as “Great Health”

It is also used as a Jacobite toast with an alternative meaning as "health to Marion", Marion being a Jacobite code name for Prince Charles Edward Stuart, (Bonnie Prince Charlie)

This piece is a contemporary design  inspired by Celtic & Pictish carved rock art and depicts a Scottish Guardian thistle with the Gaelic words Slainte Mhath in a Celtic script.

This piece comes ready with a hanging hole on the rear to enable it to be hung flush to the wall from a pin-nail.

Hand painted. Resin cast reproduction of Stuart Fellowes’ original sculpture.

Size: H=210mm W=270mm

W07 Slainte Mhath

£ 35.00

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