Saint Clement’s Day is traditionally celebrated on the 23rd November (and in some places still is).  

Pope Clement I is the patron saint of metalworkers and blacksmiths and so on St Clement's Day these workers traditionally enjoyed a holiday on his feast day.  A Feast Day is usually a Christian celebration and is the day of the year that is dedicated to honouring a particular saint – this is usually the day of the saint’s death (the day the saint entered heaven). 

We would like to wish all of our fellow blacksmiths and metalworkers across the world a very happy St Clement's Day.