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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 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! Blog

Bodhran: The Heartbeat of Ireland

The bodhran is a traditional Irish drum. If you like trad music, you have heard the bodhran. It's pronounced bow (as in take a bow) ron (as in short for Ronald). Bodhran drums come in a range of sizes, from small souvenir ones that make nice Irish gifts to larger, tunable ones for serious musicians. They range from 8 inches to 18 inches. These traditional Irish drums are flat, made of a wooden hoop frame with goatskin stretched over it. The round frame is typically made of birch or ash and......Read more >>

Viking Valuables: What They Left Hidden

Vikings first invaded Ireland in 795 AD. By that time, Ireland had developed a complex and sophisticated society. The overwhelming majority of the population was Christian. Ireland's main vulnerability was a lack of unity. Ireland did not have one king, but several. So the resistance to the Vikings was not very well coordinated. But the Vikings did more than just plunder Ireland. Understandably, they like it and many decided to settle down here. Maybe our lack of centralized leadership wasn't why the Vikings succeeded here. Maybe it was the Irish gifts......Read more >>

Ireland’s Earliest Written Words

Ogham writing is showing up on more and more Irish gifts, but what is it? The ancient slash marks carved on stone were the earliest form of writing in Celtic Ireland. This form of writing flourished in the fifth and sixth centuries AD, but is believed to be even older than that. Some experts believe that ogham was influenced by the Roman Empire, although it developed as a Gaelic writing system. Ogham inscriptions have been found in other Gaelic-speaking regions. Outside of Ireland, it has mostly been found in Wales but......Read more >>

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