We have an extensive range of Irish Greeting Cards available to purchase at Totally Irish Gifts. We offer an option for you to add a personal message to your purchased card and we will write your card for you at no extra cost – ideal if you are sending a gift directly to a loved […]
Here are some new products made in Ireland, created by our suppliers dotted around Ireland. LizzieB, Kildare Green Angel, Dublin Fragrances of Ireland, Wicklow Lisheen Toys Kerry LizzieB, Kildare Irish Celtic Art Studio, Monaghan Claddagh Heart Crown Buy Irish at Totally Irish Gifts.
After a busy Christmas selling period, January was time to start to replenish sold out stock, check out our Irish Gifts now back in stock…….. Donegal Pens – Handturned wooden pens Streamline and stylus hand-turned pens & option to personalise Choose from Spalted Beech, Bog Oak or Yew Pens or Letter Openers […]
This post has been updated – please click here to our latest blog on the Irish Farmer Calendar. Here is a fun calendar for all those who love to be close to nature and who love Irish Farmers! The 2017 Irish Farmers Calendar has it all – cute, quirky, sexy and laugh out […]
Totally Irish Gifts stock wonderful Irish made gifts produced by suppliers from all over Ireland. Here our some new suppliers who have come on board in the second and third quarter of 2013. Donegal Pens Based in Donegal Hand-turned Pens ********** Tony Colton Based in Dublin Hand-crafted Wooden gifts Heritage Hurleys Based in Westmeath Personalised […]
Totally Irish Gifts is delighted to stock wonderful Irish made gifts produced by suppliers from all over Ireland. See here our new suppliers, who have come on board in the first quarter of 2013. Ewe Sir Based in Cork Irish Animal Giclee Prints Green Angel Based in Dublin Seaweed Skincare Gift Sets Fragrances of Ireland […]
The Tara Brooch However, although the Tara Brooch is named after the Hill of Tara which was the seat of the High Kings of Ireland, the brooch actually has no connection to the High Kings or the Hill of Tara, nor has it any pagan or Christian connection. A peasant woman found the Tara Brooch […]