Muin (Vine) Gaelic M – Christmas Ornament


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2 inch high same on both sides

Designed by Angus MacLeod

Handcrafted by Piper Pewter

11th in The Gaelic Tree Alphabet Series –

Muin (Vine) does not actually mean vine at all, but means a thicket of any thorny plant or a bramble. In the Celtic tree calendar the vine represents harvest time and the beginning of Autumn. The Autumn Equinox and festival of Mabon falls within the vine month, a festival of thanksgiving and learning. The vine is known as the tree of joy, exhilaration and wrath and is believed to be one of the sacred woods burned on the Beltane fires in Britain and Ireland representing joy and happiness. Bramble wood was used in basket weaving and to make beehives and bramble was often planted with hawthorn in hedgerows in order to bind a hedge.