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Celtic Chalice
This beautiful gold plated chalice is decorated with a Celtic 'crown of thorns' motif and features a Celtic cross on the base.
Coordinating ciboria also are available.
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Happy St. Patrick's Day!
It's Himself
With more than 40 million Americans able to trace their ancestry back to an island with a current population just over 4 million, St. Patrick is the patron saint of a proud diaspora.
His image appears in statuary and stained glass in almost every church named for him and in many which are not.
Please contact Dixon Studio if you would like to see options for your church!
at right:
6' tall St. Patrick statue
available from Dixon Studio
in a variety of finishes.
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Made in Ireland

No, our product line is not from the Emerald Isle; our product designer is!
Ronald Neill Dixon was born on a Good Friday in Belfast and earned his degree in stained glass (with a minor in silversmithing) in the old country. He provided designs to a number of the major stained glass studios and church decorating firms in America before beginning to produce works under the Dixon Studio name in 1991.
Photo: The artist at the ruins of Carrickfergus Castle.
Unique Find Alert
We don't know if this tabernacle was made in Ireland but we do see a wee bit of the Celtic influence...
From the cross on the door to the shamrock on top, this is pure Irish!
This vintage piece is 32" high and 15" in diameter. It is bronze, with a satin finish and in fine condition.
It has come out of a recently closed church and is available at a fraction of the cost of current catalog offerings. Call or email the studio for more details.
   May you live as long as you want and never want as long as you live.
-- an Irish Blessing.