County Cork, or Corcaigh in Irish, was derived from the word corcach which translates to ‘swamp’ or ‘marsh’. Corcaigh was founded in the 7th century by St Finbarr, who built an abbey there, which flourished until the invasion of the Vikings in 820.
Add a framed piece of Ireland in your home ☘️
Finish Options: Frame or Print (Unframed)
- Frame: Dimensions 43.5 x 33.5 cm. Frames are available in Black, White and Grey.
- Print: A4 in dimensions (29.7 x 21 cm). Shipped with a cardboard backing for transport stability.
Background Colors: A number of options available, select from dropdown menu below.
Languages: You can choose either English or Irish language.
€35.00 – €79.00
Black, Cobalt Blue, Forest Green, Gold, Red, Silver
Framed, Print (Unframed)
Black, Grey, White, N/A Print