This Irish phrase was popularized in the early 20th century song ‘Macushla’ and has come to mean darling, but the original is beat or pulse of my heart – a very romantic gift.
After years in decline, Gaelic is experiencing a resurgence and its beauty can be seen in this award-winning design, originally carved by Adam Grabski. This piece is part of our Scríobh Range which celebrates popular Irish words and phrases.
A chuisle mo chroí means Beat of my heart.
Dimensions: 8.5 x 11.5 inches (21.5 x 29cm)
Wild Goose Ireland
The History of Wild Goose:
Fellow artists Brian Scott-McCarthy and Kathleen Smyth founded the Wild Goose Ireland Studio in 1970. Together with other leading Irish artists, they created a unique range of artefacts that take their inspiration from our rich cultural heritage and the contemporary world. Each piece starts with an inspiring thought, an image or an emotion and our craftspeople give it a physical form.
Inspiration: Our inspiration comes from myriad different sources. Many of our pieces reflect our Celtic history with its stone carvings and also evocative language. Contemporary authors, philosophers, as well as moments and milestones in life that shape our human experience inspire others.