Salmon of Knowledge PendantRegular price $49.99
Fionn MacCumhaill, under the guardianship of poet Finnegas, was ordered to cook a salmon, and while turning it, burnt his thumb. By sucking his thumb he inadvertently ate from the salmon of knowledge “bradán feasa” which fed from the sacred pool surrounded by nine hazels. In this way he gained his extraordinary wisdom and power, allowing him to famously create the Giant’s Causeway by ripping rocks from the earth and throwing them across the Irish sea, in order to make a causeway to Scotland to conquer the Scottish giant Benandonner.
This product measures 24mm long and 25mm wide.
Úna O Boyle is a jewelry designer, maker and storyteller who uses her silversmith craft to retell the ancient stories of her Irish and Celtic culture. She is passionate about the mythology and folklore that define her heritage, and after studying anthropology at university is now studying the Irish language too.
Having grown up in Belfast during the turbulent times of the 70s and 80s, Úna often escaped to rural Donegal on Ireland's remote northwest, a rugged area populated with hidden prehistoric megalithic tombs and ancient standing stones. These local relics are enshrouded in legends, from Diarmuid and Grainne’s grave to the 'little people' living under the mountains. Úna continues that tradition by enshrining her jewelry with Celtic and Irish symbolism, ensuring that these ancient stories live on.
Ogham Handpainted Two-Name Family PlaqueRegular price $67.99
Natural Soap Gift Box 3Regular price $24.99
Cape with Saddle StitchingRegular price $372.99
Stylish cape in cashmere/wool blend cloth, featuring saddle stitching detail.
One size only: Fitting 8-18
- Red (as pictured)
- Royal Blue
- Camel (as pictured) Temporarily out of stock
Jimmy Hourihan and his family business have been designing and supplying quality capes, wraps, shawls and more for over 60 years, specializing in rare and luxury fabrics such as cashmere, velvet, and famous Irish tweeds.
Growing Home EarringsRegular price $152.99
Anyone whose roots are in Ireland will love this set which depicts Ireland as a tree with deep, strong and enduring roots. It has withstood hardships but continues to grow and give shelter to new and existing generations.
11mm length of drop.
The Colored Collection is crafted to allow light to shine through the pieces to reveal a Celtic triple spiral (triskele – representing eternity) that is pierced out at the back.
Each piece is crafted from Sterling Silver and comes with a story card explaining the meaning behind the piece. The Colored range is available in translucent emerald green (representing the Land of Ireland) and blue (representing the Ocean) acrylic.
Ceo Crystal Glass DecanterRegular price $309.99
Sterling Silver Handcrafted Ireland Map PendantRegular price $87.99
Each map is individually handcrafted in Dublin, Ireland, to bring you a quality piece made to last for generations.
The pendant hangs from a heavyweight belcher chain that secures with a strong lobster clasp.
Hallmarked in the Irish Assay Office in Dublin Castle and stamped 'Made in Ireland'
Your Irish map pendant will arrive beautifully presented in a luxury custom gift box.
Length 28mm, Width 15mm, Depth 1.8mm.
Weight: 15 grams.
Available in a choice of chain lengths from 16" - 24".
After over a decade of experience in the jewelry manufacturing industry, Eoghan McGuinness decided it was time to branch off and start his own business, and thus Arnua was born in County Dublin. He distinguished himself by refusing to mass-produce his products, instead handcrafting each piece individually, giving every one the attention and quality of detail it requires. Arnua therefore maintains exceedingly high standard for its products, while McGuinness works with clients to create unique and meaningful custom pieces.
While initially he created custom wedding and engagement rings, McGuinness was also fascinated by ancient Celtic art and the Irish landscape, and so created collections inspired by the Book of Kells, the Claddagh, Ogham writing, and much more.
Molly Malone "Striving Against Adversity" Bronze SculptureRegular price $99.99
Molly Malone - “Striving Against Adversity”
Molly Malone wheeled her wheelbarrow through the streets of Dublin City in the 17th century. Molly has been immortalised in song, and in 1988 Jeanne Rynhart was commissioned to make a life sized sculpture of her, which is situated on Grafton Street in Dublin City. Jeanne has sculpted this keepsake in the likeness of her original statue.
Height: 180mm (small) and 300mm (large)
Two Tone Gold/Silver Livia PendantRegular price $179.99
A beautiful two-tone Sterling silver and gold-plated pendant made in Fadó's Wicklow studio. This piece is a celebration of the currents and eddies of the River Liffey which rises in the Wicklow Mountains and flows into Dublin. James Joyce, in his masterpiece Finnegan's Wake, referred to the River Liffey as "Anna Livia Plurabelle".
Size: 25mm x 25mm.
Hallmarked in the Dublin Castle Assay Office.
The word fadó means "long ago" in Gaelic - it is one of the most evocative words in the language as many children's stories so often start with the words "Fadó fadó in Éireann..." or "Long, long ago in Ireland..."
Fadó specializes in Celtic and contemporary Irish jewelry, drawing on the rich tradition of the island's Celtic heritage and the beautiful Irish landscape, flora and fauna for inspiration. The pieces are all designed by John Condron, who has a deep love of local history and tradition - he is committed to preserving the stories and legends and provides tangible memories by way of his jewelry creations. Every piece is made in County Wicklow to his exacting specifications - nothing is allowed out the workshop door unless it is perfect in every way!
Fadó Jewelry is hallmarked at Dublin Assay Office, Dublin Castle, Ireland - a guarantee of the fineness of the product.
"Seisiún" Irish Music Bronze SculptureRegular price $89.99
This intricate handcrafted bronze sculpture celebrates the instruments of a typical Irish céilí music session (or seisiún), as found in countless pubs across the island. The sculpture features the traditional Celtic fiddle as well as the iconic bodhrán drum.