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Belleek

Established in 1849 in the village of Belleek, County Fermanagh, Ireland, the name Belleek has become synonymous with quality and Irish craftsmanship. When you purchase a piece of Belleek Irish China, you become the owner of a truly original piece, made using materials and techniques handed down from generation to generation making memorable gifts for any occasion.

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Belleek
 

BORU Jewelry

BORU Jewelry are Irish handcrafted designs of jewelry made in Ireland. They ware originally founded in 1984. Boru Jewelry strive to be the True Kings of their craft. Whether it is a handmade wedding band, pendant or locket, each cherished piece combines the sacred traditions of Irish heritage with highly-skilled modern craftsmanship and design.

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Boru
 

Connemara Marble

For three generations, the Walsh family have worked the beautiful, green marble that is unique to Connemara in the West of Ireland. Their quarry at Lissoughter in the Connermara mountains first opened in the 19th century. In 1903, King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra visited it during the Royal Tour of Connemara. Today, the marble of Connemara can be found in the world's great monuments. In the halls of Trinity College Dublin, on the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, in Kensington Palace and in some of America's finest buildings.

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Connemara Marble
 

Carraig Donn

Carraig Donn is one of Ireland's largest and most well established Knitwear manufacturers.Operating from the foot of Croagh Patrick, Carraig Donn's roots lie in the windswept Aran Islands, the original home of the traditional Irish Aran sweater.

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Carraig Donn
 

Fragrances of Ireland

In 1983 the late Brian Cox, father of the current MD David Cox, and Donald Pratt, founder of Avoca Handweavers, had the idea to start an Irish perfume company. They started by producing a perfume called "Innisfree" named after the WB Yeats’ poem "The Lake Isle of Innisfree" , which the Yeats’ estate gave the young company permission to use with the perfume. Innisfree was an instant success for the new company. In the early 1990s new ranges were added, "Connemara" perfume and the "Naturally Irish" soaps and bath products, fragranced in part from lavender from their own field, across the road from their offices in Kilmacanogue. Nestling between the two Sugarloaf Mountains, this "field of dreams" still produces top quality lavender oil and provides the inspiration for many of the company’s ideas.

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Fragrances of Ireland
 

Foxford

Foxford is one of the last working mills in Ireland, it was founded by an Irish Sister of Charity in 1892 and overcame many challenges over the years, in order to survive. Foxford works with master craftsman in a working mill that has survived for over one hundred years, and produces some of the world’s finest weaves, using traditions passed down through generations.

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Foxford
 

Galway Crystal

Galway Irish Crystal has long been one of the world's best known and loved brands of traditionally crafted Irish lead crystal. Nestled in the heart of the West of Ireland, on the shores of Galway Bay, Galway Irish Crystal is steeped in the rich and diverse heritage of this unique hinterland. There Master Craftsmen are continuously inspired by the sheer beauty of the surrounding countryside - Connemara, Galway Bay and Lough Corrib - and influenced by the wealth of history and folklore which is synonymous with Galway, the famous City of the Tribes.

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Galway Crystal
 

Genesis Fine Art

From humble beginnings in a garage at his home in Mullingar, founder and present day Managing Director, Mr. Anthony Collins, began what was to become an epic adventure. What started as a hobby, quickly developed; from producing the odd casting, into what has become a full time career, as he continues to explore the boundaries of his passion for art and modern day business. 

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Genesis Fine Art
 

Jimmy Hourihan

Jimmy Hourihan and Family have been making women's quality Capes and Coats in Dublin, for more than 50 years. Based in Glasnevin, Dublin they are one of the world's leading manufacturers of capes and wraps - specialising in luxury fabrics - 100% Cashmeres - Cashmere/Wool Blends - Precious Fibres Blends - Double-face Lodens - and their famous Irish Tweeds from Donegal.

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Jimmy Hourihan
 

Island Turf Crafts

Island Turf Crafts gifts are hand-crafted using 5000 year-old Irish turf from some of Ireland's oldest boglands. The unique antique brown finish highlights every detail of the delicate ancient Celtic designs.

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Island Turf Crafts
 

Newbridge Silverware

For 70 years, Newbridge Silverware has designed and produced homeware products, continuously innovating and producing items that are relevant to the lifestyles of each new generation of customers. The unique history of the company provides a wealth of tradition craftsmanship and experience, while a contemporary and fresh attitude to marketing and design puts Newbridge Silverware on the cutting edge of modern living.

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Newbridge Silverware
 

Ogham Wishes

Ogham writing is Ireland’s Ancient script, often found inscribed on standing stones and in sacred places throughout Ireland’s rural landscape. The Ogham Alphabet is the earliest known form of Irish writing, it dates from the 1st century B.C. and was widely used  by the Celts for centuries.  Ancient Ogham writing can still be found on many standing stones throughout Ireland. Ogham is read from bottom to top.

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Ogham
 

Solvar Jewelry

Solvar Ltd. a family owned Irish company established in 1941 and based in the heart of Dublin, Ireland has evolved to become recognised as a leader in the design and manufacture of Destination and Heritage Jewellery. With over six decades of tradition and experience in the jewellery business, Solvar has a strong commitment to quality, design & workmanship to the highest standards

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Solvar Jewelry
 

The Wild Goose Studio

The Wild Goose Studio in Kinsale Co. Cork, Ireland has been designing and making gifts to inspire the imagination since 1970. Together with leading Irish artists, it has created a unique range of artefacts which combine heritage with the contemporary Inspired by myths, legends and history, all their pieces are handmade by skilled craft- workers and finished in pure bronze or cast iron.

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Wild Goose
 

Thomas Ferguson Irish Linen

The Company, bears the name of its founder, Thomas Ferguson and has been offering quality Irish linen to customers since 1854. Today there are still a few weavers weaving plain linens for apparel, but Thomas Ferguson is the only Irish linen damask weaver still remaining in the whole of Ireland weaving traditional Irish damask table.

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Thomas Ferguson Irish Linen
 

Tipperary Crystal

Tipperary Crystal is an Irish design legend, and has become synonymous with high-end designs and excellent quality, creating modern and classical collections in Irish crystal and many other products.  The company was founded by master craftsmen Joe Foley and John Meagher to great acclaim, and during the 1980s they established a team of craft workers and designers who are uncompromising in their commitment to superb design.

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Tipperary Crystal
 

Waterford Crystal

The company of Waterford was first established in 1783 on land adjacent to Merchants' Quay in the heart of the Irish harbor town of Waterford. Its founders were two brothers, William and George Penrose, who were important developers and principal exporters in the city. Their vision was to "create the finest quality crystal for drinking vessels and objects of beauty for the home." More than two hundred years later, the reputation they established for creating glass of unsurpassed beauty and quality has transcended the intervening centuries.

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Waterford Crystal

Tara's Diary

Although Tara’s Diary is a relative newcomer to the charm bracelet market, it is already establishing a huge reputation. Designed as a Celtic bracelet of treasured memories, it offers the purchaser two options: the opportunity to buy the silver bracelet and stoppers or of buying Celtic themed charms to add to their existing bracelet. The bracelet and stoppers are crafted in sterling silver and the beads and charms drops are available in murano style glass, sterling silver, enamel as well as birthstone set.

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