Cape Breton Tartan Tea Light
Have the spirit of the island of Cape Breton with you! This tartan was designed in 1957 by Elizabeth Grant. it was derived from a 1907 poem by Lillian Walsh.
Black for the wealth of our coal mines
Grey for our Cape Breton Steel
Green for our lofty mountains, valleys and our fields
Gold for the golden sunsets shining bright on the lakes of Bra d'Or
To show us God's hand lingered
To bless Cade Breton's shore.
Tea light candle included.
True to the official thread count for the Nova Scotia Tartan!
- Approximately 3.5”high
- Approximately 3.5” wide
- Includes story card
- Tea light candle included
- Even flat bottom base Made with all food safe, lead free components
- Always kiln annealed
- Dishwasher safe
- Not recommended for use in the microwave, on the stovetop or in the oven
All painting and glass cutting is done by hand. Each piece will vary slightly. Occasional bubbles are expected in fused glass, contributing to the “folk artiness” of the piece.