Greetings from Ireland everyone. I hope you have all been enjoying browsing our exciting new fall/winter collection. It’s only been a matter of days since we launched and I’m happy to report that the new lines are proving to be hugely popular! So today I’m giving my top picks from our new Irish homeware collection.
Lulu’s Top Irish Homeware Gifts
1. Belleek Blarney Cottage
So first up its this absolutely charming piece from the world-renowned Belleek Pottery. The classic Irish cottage is beautifully re-created by the master craftspeople at Belleek. Complete with a delicately hand-painted half door, milk churns and wagon and lit from within by an LED light. A gorgeous gift from Ireland or an adorable addition to your Belleek collection.
2. Shamrock Merino Wool Blanket
So if you’re looking for a throw blanket to add a quintessentially Irish flavor to any room, then this stunning Aran blanket is just the ticket! Beautifully crafted in the west of Ireland from super soft merino wool. Featuring the classic honeycomb stitch and a lucky shamrock trim.
3. Wild Goose Clann (Family) Plaque
So next on my top Irish homeware gift list is this stunning piece from the Wild Goose Studio in Kinsale, County Cork. “Clann” the Irish word for family appears in a bronze plaque. Beautifully presented in a stylish gray wooden frame. The perfect Irish gift.
4. Galway Crystal Highball Glasses
Cocktail anyone? Now you can enjoy your favorite tipple in these Irish crystal glasses by the inimitable Galway Crystal. Featuring the classic Renmore crystal cut, these stunning glasses add a touch of Irish class to any crystal collection.
5. Mullingar Pewter Celtic Cross Ornament
So my final pick is something very special. The age-old Celtic cross is beautifully re-created by the master craftspeople at Mullingar Pewter. For almost 50 years, Mullingar Pewter has been keeping the ancient art of pewter craft alive at their studios in County Westmeath. Featuring designs inspired by one of Ireland’s greatest medieval treasures, The Book of Kells. A stunning new home gift from Ireland.
Thanks for dropping by.
Slán go fóill!