As the legend goes, Queen Méabh became engulfed in a fit of jealous rage at her husband's most prized possession, an enormous white-horned bull.
Upon hearing there was an equally huge and fierce bull in Ulster, Méabh marched her army to the northern tip of Ireland and captured it.
On returning, Méabh placed her bull in a field next to the white-horned bull. Thinking its territory was being threatened, the white-horned bull immediately charged. For days, the bulls did battle across the entire island of Ireland. Finally, Méabh's bull was victorious, proving it to be the mightiest in the land.
Size: 46 L x 14 W x 22 H cm
Weight: 2.5 kg
BRONZE VERSION AVAILABLE HERE.
Materials: Jesmonite with an oil pigment and lacquer finish. Copper tail and bronze horns.
Jesmonite is crushed gypsum rock bonded together with a water-based resin. Winner of London Design Fair's ‘Material of the Year’ 2017, Jesmonite is a hard and durable material with a similar weight and feel to porcelain. Steel reinforcements are set into the piece to add further strength.
Limited run of 99 editions. Each piece is stamped with its unique edition number.
Recommended for indoor use only.