Bridgit.

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In Irish mythology Bridgit was the famous daughter of the Dagda the good and benevolent God who resided in what today is known as Newgrange located outside Dublin. In the winter solstice when the sun is at its lowest, the weak rays of light enter the mound rejuvenating the earth so that it will blossom forth again in the spring.  

The Mirror is heavy, made from sheet steel and hundreds of nails - from a distance it looks light delicate and fragile.