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the Kirk Ruthwell Cross
Kirk Ruthwell,
Scotland
the Celtic Crosses
Drumcliff
Drumcliff,
Co. Sligo, Ireland
Castledermot
Castledermot,
Co. Kildare, Ireland

Lisdoonvarna
Lisdoonvarna,
Co. Clare, Ireland

Ferns
Ferns Cross,
Co. Clare, Ireland
St. Oran's Cross
St. Oran's, Iona, Scotland
Tobermory Cross
Tobermory, Scotland
Limerick
Limerick,
Co. Limerick, Ireland
St Mullins
St Mullin's,
Co. Carlow, Ireland
Tralee
Tralee,
Co. Kerry, Ireland
the Fortingall Cross
Fortingall,
Scotland
the Coychurch Cross
Coychurch,
Wales
the Kilree Cross
Kilree,
Co. Tipperary, Ireland
Ballyshannon Cross
Ballyshannon,
Co. Donegal, Ireland
the Ballymakinny Cross
Ballymekinny,
Co. Louth, Ireland
St. Martin's Cross
St. Martin's,
Iona, Scotland
the small Skinnet Cross
sm. Skinnet,
Scotland
Killashandra
Killashandra,
Co. Cavan, Ireland
Quin Harp Cross
Quinn Harp,
Co. Clare, Ireland
Muiredach Cross
Muiredach,
Co. Louth, Ireland
the Glamorganshire Wheel Cross
Glamorganshire Wheel, Wales
Manx Wheel Cross
Manx Wheel,
Isle of Man
St. Berechtir Cross
St. Berechtir,
Co. Cork, Ireland

the Killamery Cross
Killamery,
Co. Donegal, Ireland

Ballinrobe Cross
Ballinrobe,
Co. Mayo, Ireland
Ballymakinny Cross
Ellerburn,
Yorkshire, England
St Columba Wheel Cross
St. Columba Wheel,
England
the Slane Abbey Cross
Slane Abbey,
Donegal, Ireland
the Fahan Mura Cross
Fahan Mura,
Donegal, Ireland

McHarp is an extraordinary Mother and daughter team where each member of the team brings her own unique talents and gifts. Ruth McNay has long been in the wholesale pottery business (approximately 30 years) and is known for interesting wall sculpture. Linda Harp has a Masters Degree in Anthropology and the artistic gift of generations.
"The exploring and research involved in creating each new piece has really been a very satisfying journey into the past for both of us. This is an area we are just beginning to develop."


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