Irish Gifts

We all love gifts and we love them more when they are made in Ireland. People travel far and wide to visit our beautiful country, and they want to leave with a gift for a friend, loved one or a token to remember their trip to Ireland.

When it comes to an Irish gift people look for something that will remind them of a certain town, a village or city. Below is a list of some of the great Made in Ireland gifts that you can get for a loved one.


The Handmade Soap Company

One of my favourite brands it the Handmade Soap Company . They sell beautiful candles, bodywash and soaps that smell devine. All made in Country Meath.



Wild Goose Studio

For a gift to remember, Wild Goose Studio offers a great affordable Irish gift which people will cherish forever. All handmade in the beautiful Kinsale, Co Cork, Wild Goose offers a great range of framed Irish sayings, spiritual wall art and of course the beautiful Celtic cross.


Orwell and Browne

When I first arrived to Ireland I received an Orwell & Browne notebook as a gift from a friend, I still have it. It is a such a unique gift and it is something that will definitely remind you or Ireland. Orwell and Browne also sell Bow Ties, Cufflinks, Ties, Tie Clips, Pocket Squares &  framed Tweed Maps.


Jerpoint Glass

I first stumbled upon Jerpoint Glass when I did the Trail Kilkenny . The glassware is this place is amazing. All made in Kilkenny, you can see the glassblowing in action if you visit the studio. Check it out for yourself they have a gift for every occasion.


Vivien Walsh

If you love jewellery and enjoy a statement piece, you are going to love Vivien Walsh . A friend of mine was wearing a pair of Vivien Walsh earrings and they looked amazing. All handmade in Monkstown – Ireland, they are the perfect gift and the perfect price.





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