627 products found in category Home & Gifts

€30 - €110

by Bold Bunny

Home & Gifts, Prints & Stationery, Decorative

Improve your frame of mind with our musical take on mindfulness... Inspired by a love for music and how it can help your soul... THE ELEVATOR collection is a range of 6 prints that will appeal to those keen on inspirational quotes coupled with a crisp, minimal design that will slot in perfectly on any home gallery wall. Printed on paper that is made from eucalyptus pulp, each print is then finished by hand with gold foil on an original John T. Marshall hot foil machine in Dublin.

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A Soft Day


by Soilse

Home & Gifts, Candles & Fragrances

Capture the memory of a Summers day in an Irish Field after a fresh rain shower with this bright and fresh fragranced candle, top notes are of green grass followed by lime. The overall burn time is 40 hours and the soy wax burns smoke and toxin free.

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Connemara Marble Napkin Rings (set of 4)


by Hennessy & Byrne

Home & Gifts, Serveware

These elegant napkin rings have been handcrafted from Connemara Marble at the Hennessy & Byrne Marbleworks in Blessington, Co. Wicklow. Available in sets of four, six and eight, these napkin rings are a perfect gift for any occasion.

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Royal Tara


by Forgotten China

Home & Gifts, Candles & Fragrances, Mugs

Royal Tara vintage china teacup candle hand poured with natural soy wax. The teacup candle burns cleanly and evenly for at least 35 hours and gives a beautiful glow through the cup while burning.

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Fuchsia Collection

€95 - €137

by Criostal na Rinne

Home & Gifts, Glassware

The Fuchsia pattern design is inspired by the beautiful Irish countryside and available across a whole range of crystal pieces. These would make a fabulous wedding or engagement gift and add a luxurious touch to a table or party. Handmade in Co. Waterford, Ireland by a master craftsman. The Fuchsia flower is an iconic sight in the Irish countryside from West Cork to Ardmore in Co. Waterford, it is said they were brought to Ireland by Cornish Miners who settled along the south coast.

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