The Sprigging School in Rathbarry, West Cork was established by Lady Carbery of Castlefreke in 1825. The name sprigging comes from the type of lace associated with Rathbarry which was shaped like a sprig or spray. The school was refurbished in the 1990s by the local community.
Size A4 (21x29cm)
Printed on 250 gsm Matt paper.
Border : A4 25mm
Hand finished wood profile frame in white with 1mm polystyrene glass.
Frame width: 20mm | height: 20mm
About Siar Photography
SIAR meaning “West” or Westward” in Irish, is a range of contemporary photographic prints of Ireland founded in 2019 by husband and wife team, Gary and Aoife.
SIAR Photography arises from looking at the Irish landscape and culture in a unique way, with a local perspective, portraying the environment, Irish culture and heritage along with landscape photographic shots.