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The Fastnet Collection

The Fastnet Lighthouse, often referred to as the Teardrop of Ireland due to it being the last sight of Ireland for emigrants sailing to America, is situated 6.5 kilometres southwest of Cape Clear on a small islet in the Atlantic Ocean.

 

The Fastnet is the tallest and widest rock lighthouse tower in Ireland and Great Britain and was a monumental achievement when completed in 1904. The bronze pieces in this range are designed and created by Rynhart Bronze, a local company founded by the renowned Jeanne Rynhart in 1981.