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IRISH JEWELRY

The largest range of Irish Jewelry available online.

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IRISH CLOTHING

All kinds of Irish apparel & accessories

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Irish Wedding Band -  Sterling Silver Ladies Celtic Trinity Knot Ring
Irish Wedding Band - Sterling Silver Ladies Celtic Trinity Knot Ring

$99.95

   
Irish Wedding Band -  Sterling Silver Mens Celtic Trinity Knot Ring
Irish Wedding Band - Sterling Silver Mens Celtic Trinity Knot Ring

$119.95

   
Irish Wedding Band - 10k Gold and Sterling Silver Ladies Celtic Knot Claddagh Ring
Irish Wedding Band - 10k Gold and Sterling Silver Ladies Celtic Knot Claddagh Ring

$300.00

   
Irish Wedding Band - 10k Gold and Sterling Silver Mens Celtic Knot Claddagh Ring
Irish Wedding Band - 10k Gold and Sterling Silver Mens Celtic Knot Claddagh Ring

$440.00

 
 
Irish Infinity Scarf
Irish Infinity Scarf

$39.95

   
Irish T-Shirt - Irish I Had Another Beer
Irish T-Shirt - Irish I Had Another Beer

$19.95

   
Irish T-Shirt - Army
Irish T-Shirt - Army

$19.95

   
Guinness Navy Distressed T-Shirt
Guinness Navy Distressed T-Shirt

$24.95

 

Best Sellers

 
Irish Rings - Yellow Gold Mo Anam Cara "My Soul Mate" Wedding Ring Set

$1,775.00

   
Irish Necklace - Sterling Silver Birthstone Claddagh Pendant

$74.95

   
Trinity Knot Pendant - Sterling Silver Celtic Trinity Knot Pearl Pendant with Chain

$59.95

   
Claddagh Irish Cake Knife Pewter

$57.95

 
 
Leprechaun Pot of Gold Salt & Pepper Shakers

$29.95

   
Belleek Shamrock Mug

$55.00

   
Claddagh Ring - Ladies Sterling Silver Claddagh Kiss

$37.95

   
Personalized Irish License Plates

$49.95

 

Irish Jewelry, Gifts & More!

Your one-stop online store for all things Irish. Based in Dublin, Ireland, IrishShop is best known for dazzling collections of fine Celtic and Irish jewelry in gold and sterling silver. We're also the place to buy Irish gifts of every kind. Select the perfect jewelry gift, Irish t-shirt or hoodie sweatshirt for a special friend. An Irish family crest to proclaim your own heritage. Authentic Irish pub decor and glasses for a perfect St. Patrick's Day party or finely crafted gifts from Belleek vases to Galway Crystal for a distinctly Irish Christmas birthday or other Irish gift occasion. If it's Irish jewelry you seek, our online jewelry store offers endless possibilities. Beautifully crafted Claddagh rings and necklaces, Irish wedding rings and bands, Celtic crosses, pendants, shamrock earrings, trinity knot rings and more. If Irish clothing is on your list, select from our hundreds of Irish t-shirts tweed caps and hats emblazoned with your favorite Irish phrases like Sláinte, or personalized clothing displaying your family crest or Irish coat of arms Choose a luxurious Aran wool cardigan sweater or one of our authentic Guinness shirts . At IrishShop.com we've been in business for over 15 years providing reliable, secure online shopping to customers in Ireland, in the USA and all around the world. With a catalog more than 2,000 Irish jewelry and gift ideas, you're sure to find what you need. Happy online shopping! 

 

IrishShop.com Blog

The Irish American March that Went Around the World

In Ireland, until recent decades St. Patrick’s Day was a somber occasion. In the first half of the last century, it was a day in the middle of Lent when people went to an extra mass. No parades, no breaking the Lenten fast, no green beer. The joyful celebration enjoyed around the world is really one of the bigger Irish gifts the Irish American community has sent back to the auld country, and indeed everywhere the Irish have settled... Read more »

Did You Know St. Valentine Is a Dubliner?

The Irish never get the credit we are due as a nation of romantics. The French and Italians seem to have a corner on the market for European romance, and frankly it just is not fair. Romance is indeed one of our many cultural Irish gifts, and we are not just referring to ‘Kiss Me I’m Irish’ buttons. After all, even the scenery in Ireland is romantic with cobbled streets, ancient ruins and dramatic coastal cliffs. In fact, Ireland is so romantic that St. Valentine himself is a Dubliner... Read more »

What Do You Really Know about St. Brigid, Mary of the Gael

St. Brigid’s feast day is on February 1st, which is the anniversary of her death, and she is a fascinating figure. Many know is she is, along with Patrick, a patron saint of Ireland held in such high esteem that she is frequently referred to as “Mary of the Gael”. She is also the patron saint of “fallen women”, single mothers and their children. Her distinctive cross woven of reeds is well known and a popular theme in a range of Irish gifts. But there is far more to her life. ... Read more »

All About Aran Knits

Aran knitting is probably the craft most associated with Ireland, and Aran sweaters, both cardigans and jumpers, are popular and practical Irish gifts. These thick, sturdy sweaters are traditionally knit from undyed, natural wool with a variety of elaborate cable stitches. Originally, the wool used retained its natural lanolin, which increased its water resistance, but now the lanolin is usually removed from the wool as they are more loved for their appearance than function. They are cozy and warm, and make great winter wear, but nowadays people spending the day out in the elements have more specialized gear.... Read more »

In Ireland, Christmas Isn’t Over until January

If you haven’t taken down your Christmas tree and decorations yet, don’t worry. You’re just keeping with Irish tradition. While Christmas day has come and gone, Christmas season isn’t over yet. In Ireland, we are still looking forward to Little Christmas, also known as Nollaig Mna. It’s the Irish take on the Feast of the Epiphany, which is on January 6th. In parts of the United States, Latin America, France and Spain, it is known as Three Kings Day. It is the 12th and last day of Christmas, and it is a great day for giving some small Irish gifts to the ladies in your life... Read more »

Try a Taste of Heritage at Christmas with These Irish Gifts

Grocery stores and shopping carts in Ireland are filling up with traditional Irish Christmas treats. While chocolate Santas and reindeer are familiar to people around the western world, Ireland enjoys a few seasonal treats that even those of Irish heritage might not have tried. If you were in Ireland for Christmas, you might be enjoying a few new tastes along with the more international holiday standbys such as turkey, dressing and apple tart – also known as turkey, stuffing and apple pie.... Read more »

Teach Children about Their Heritage with Fun Irish Gifts for Christmas

If your family is Irish gifts that reflect your heritage tend to stand out among the other Christmas presents under the tree, even for the wee ones. Yes, they no doubt want this year’s hottest toys. They will be excited about those on Christmas morning, but will they still be enjoying them next Christmas? Parents (and Santa) can include some things in the little one’s holiday loot that will add to the festive joy while also creating enduring memories with a bit more depth and meaning while making their Irish heritage part of their everyday life.... Read more »

Irish Gifts To Keep You Warm

Tourists love Ireland, but they do not come here for the weather. They come to Ireland despite the wet, cold climate! As winter swoops in with howling winds and dropping temperatures, it is time to trust some Irish wisdom on staying warm, dry and cozy until spring arrives. You wouldn’t turn to Ireland for expertise on bikini design or sandal styles, but when it comes to warm and waterproof, we have centuries of hard-earned knowledge on battling the elements. If you are looking for Irish gifts to keep a loved one snug and dry in the worst weather, you’re in luck.... Read more »

Happy Celtic New Year

Samhain was the ancient Celtic New Year’s Eve that evolved into today’s Halloween celebrations so of course, the first day of the Celtic year is November 1st. Pity our poor ancestors who were isolated from other cultures and only got to celebrate one New Year a year, whereas today we live in a more connected and diverse world where we can enjoy different cultures’ New Year celebrations throughout the year. So how does one properly celebrate Celtic New Year the Irish way?...Read more »

From Searching Spirits to Sugar-Fueled Superheroes

The invasion of little princesses, superheroes and assorted creatures and ghouls in search of sugary treats might not invoke images of pre-Christian Ireland, but that is exactly where today’s Halloween traditions originated. While in many parts of the world, Halloween is seen as an American holiday, in truth it came to North America with immigrants from Ireland and became one of the least acknowledged Irish gifts ever... Read more »

Have You Any Wool?

Before the Euro came in, Irish coins featured a range of animals. Older Irish coins featured the bull, the pig and the horse. Bus Eireann, the national bus service, uses an Irish setter in its logo. The post office, An Post, has featured a range of Irish birds. One Irish animal is beloved by visitors and a treasured feature of the rolling green fields, but is generally overlooked by officialdom as a national symbol. What would the Irish landscape be without sheep? What would we do without wool?... Read more »

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