Wild Goose Products
Made in Kinsale Co. Cork, these products are extremely popular, made using bronze they make a seies of celtic, Christian and Gaelic signs and expressions. One of the most popular is the Slainte sign meaning welcome in Irish as well as a number of Celtic crosses. They make beautiful gifts for the home and come in a presentation bag and information leaflet.
Another very popular product are our linen t-towel sets. Made using 55% linen and 45% cotton they come in 2 packs and retailing at €12.99 they are a very affordable and lightweight gift from Ireland. The natural linen colour set in a rustic twine pack are our best selling item in store and online. Not only do they make great gifts they are also extremely well wearing and durable.
Irish walking socks are a great take home gift, coming in two sizes, men and womens you can’t go too wrong with the fit, they are 100% wool great for those into hill walking or for those who feel the cold, we have had many customers buying these for family members who suffer from bad circulation in the feet to keep them warm, and again they are lightweight and easy to pack.
Irish Belleek China
For those who collect Belleek China, a trip to Ireland is not complete without a piece of Belleek China. Remarkably in out time of technology and machinery each piece of Belleek is hand painted so no two pieces are identical, and every year there is a different water mark denoting the year that piece was made which makes them extremely collectable.
Our most popular pieces are the Himself and Herself mugs, in Ireland to use the colloquial term “herself” or “himself” is to refer to a husband, wife or partner. Also popular is the St. Brigid’s Cross, to keep bad spirits away from a new home and in recognition of Ireland’s first female Saint Brigid.
The Aran Sweater still remains to be the most popular gift. All of our Aran sweaters and other knitwear products are handmade in Ireland. We stock a wide range of Aran products for men, women and children. The Aran sweater is made using Aran patterns that have been handed down through the generations and are made using 100% Irish Wool.