As we celebrate our 6th Anniversary this October 2018, we really do feel honored to be part of our customers' gift giving for so many special occasions. These are mainly happy occasions, but we are also mindful that gifts are often purchased for loved ones who need a special thought when life gets tough. We love to hear from customers on…Continue
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These Framed Tiny Tiles are new in stock, and I just love them. The colour combination is a beautiful variety of green and brown colours, which have been inspired by the typical shades of an Irish forest. The different Celtic designs intrigue me, and as there are a few Celtic symbols in this frame that I…Continue
Just to recap on the ongoing discount codes to use on www.totallyirishgifts.com, exclusively for members of The Wild Geese. All our gifts are…Continue
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Shamrock Gifts and more available with a 20% discount to celebrate upcoming St. Patrick's Day.
Sale on until Sunday, March 5th, while stocks last.…
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“Be my valentine” = “A bheith ar mo vailintín”
We're getting ready for Valentine's Day with a special 10% discount on our website on all things Hearts &…Continue
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We're celebrating St. Brigid's Day with a special offer for Wild Geese members on bronze St Brigid's Crosses made in Ireland, in time for world-wide shipping before 1st February 2017.
Order deadline for shipping in time for St. Brigid's Day (1st…Continue
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Ireland - 3 p.m., Wednesday 21st December
Northern Ireland - 3 p.m., Tuesday 22nd December
United Kingdom - noon, Monday 19th December
Europe - noon, Tuesday 13th…Continue
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'Painted Clans' creates amazing contemporary-style Coat of Arms framed gifts, perfect for the modern home. We are delighted to welcome 'Painted Clans', as the latest supplier…Continue
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Our anniversary gift to you is world-wide free shipping
Receive free shipping on orders placed up…Continue
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Ogham (Oh-ehm) is the earliest version of an ancient Celtic language, used c.4th -7th century AD. Each letter of the Ogham alphabet is formed by up 5 strokes and is identified by the number, position and direction of their…Continue
I was at a wedding in Co Cork recently, it was truly a lovely ceremony and was made extra special with this ancient Celtic custom of handfasting. I had heard of handfasting before, but this was the first wedding ceremony I was at that this custom was actually performed and I was intrigued to learn that the phrase 'tying the knot' came from this ancient…Continue
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This week's HOT DEALS at Totally Irish Gifts.
Beautiful top quality Irish Jewellery.…Continue
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Totally Irish Gifts is delighted to be shortlisted for the 2016 OPTIMISE Fund!
We here at Totally Irish Gifts are asking the Irish Diaspora worldwide to vote for our small Irish company.
“Securing this opportunity would help our company improve our digital…Continue
Get ready for Father's Day...
Sunday, June 19th
This week's HOT DEALS are on a selection of gifts for Father's…Continue
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Introducing the amazing Tracy Gilbert, contemporary Dublin-based jewellery designer, whose work we now…Continue
The 1916 Irish Proclamation of Irish Independence is one of the most important documents from Irish history. If you are looking for a really nice 1916 Proclamation…
Following the surrender of the Easter Rising, the Rebel leaders were tried, court-martialed and executed by firing squad in the former stonebreakers yard at Kilmainham Prison, Dublin, from May 3rd to May 12th 1916, with Roger Casement being court-martialed and hanged in the U.K. on 3rd August 1916.
General Sir John…Continue
In preparing this blog, I realise how little I know about the 1916 Proclamation, the Signatories and the Easter Rising. While this blog only touches the tip of the story of the Proclamation I hope it is of…Continue