Rynhart Fine Art Bronze sculptures are known and admired the world over as the ideal Irish gift. The company, started by Jeanne Rynhart, in 1981 and well known for such iconic public sculpture as Molly Malone, Annie Moore and the Rose of Tralee continues to enjoy success today through expansion and adaptation, plus the fact that the product is 100% hand made in Ireland. In 1994 Audrey Rynhart joined her mother and now she and her husband Les Elliott run the business from their studio in Glengarriff, West Cork, one of Ireland’s most popular holiday destinations.
Lahinch Golf Club in County Clare is boasts two of the finest links golf courses in the world. One of many links courses to play along the Wild Atlantic Way, Lahinch has had a prominent role in Irish golfing folklore for many years. Golf at Lahinch dates back to 1892, and the unpredictable winds and towering dunes have made it a pillar of Irish links golf ever since.
Each piece, from the famous Molly Malone statue in Dublin down to smaller bas relief, is individually hand made. When happy with the modelling, a mould is made and production begins in bronze plate (cold cast bronze) or smelt bronze (for gallery work/one off public sculpture and private commissions). Finally the pieces are hand polished and finishing touches added.
Within the range there is something for everyone. From contemporary to traditional and Celtic, golf and sports prizes, from small pieces to larger lamps, wedding gifts and objects d’Art – a Rynhart Bronze is the perfect gift for any occasion, either to mark an important event or to buy for yourself or for a loved one.