Tom Allison, of Sneem, Co. Kerry is a talented blacksmith whose artistry we were happy to discover recently on our travels. More hand forged artistry on the way, but we wanted to showcase a few of his original designs to start.
One of my favorite treats for the holidays is burning Irish Turf on the fire. I squirrel away a little supply for those special occasions when I want a bit of Ireland in my home. It's the little things! If you enjoy the ambiance and unique smell of a turf fire, you are in luck. Turf burns warmer than wood and with less smoke.
Our first shipment has just arrived! Just in time for those cozy fires this fall.This shipment of turf is from Co. Kildare, Ireland.
The perfect gift for someone you love. 2 Briquettes per order and wrapped in a burlap bag with red ribbon.
Handmade Irish Animal Figurines by Co. Cork artist, Ann Hayes. Walter is full of personality. The attention to detail on Walter is fabulous, a handcrafted work of art! Walter comes in two poses, standing or lying down
Stunning, new artistry from Hannah Arnup features more of the Celtic designs she is known for. The newest bowls are over sized and are just striking in design. In Ireland, in ancient times, the dog symbol maintained a meaning of loyalty. A dog was considered good luck in a village and as such the symbol of the dog was commonly found in Celtic decor, clothing and artistry. Each one of Hannah's designs are one of a kind, nothing but unique and original from this very talented artist.
Looking for a unique gift for someone who appreciates Irish handcrafts? What a great idea for a "one of a kind" wedding gift!
Size: Approx 13" w
"Wow, this is a gorgeous design, I love this bowl" Cape Elizabeth, ME