Celebrate your Irish heritage with these Irish gifts for him. Spoil the men you love and who are proud of their Irish heritage with this lovely selection of Irish gifts.
Whether you are buying for your partner, your husband, your father, your brother, your son or a special friend, why not buy an Irish gift this time.
Here you'll find a selection of gifts that are perfect for Christmas or any other speical occasion.
I hope you'll like this collection of hand picked items, featuring beautifully crafted gifts from Ireland.
This carefully curated selection of gift ideas are available from the good folks at Gifts of Ireland.
Here are my gift choices for spoiling the Irish men in your life.
A Touch of Irish Style
The Celtic Cross is a beloved symbol of Ireland. These unique crosses with circular orbs are found all over the island of Ireland. They date back over a thousand years, with some claiming Saint Patrick may have been instrumental in their design. A wonderful ring for any Irish man to wear with pride.
Inspired by the Ardagh chalice this tie slide is embossed with intricate Celtic patterns. This chalice was found in a field in County Limerick and dates back to the 8th century. It features the intricate metal work of our gifted ancestors.
This tie tac is from the Celtic Warrior collection created by the skilled goldsmiths at the Boru company in Dublin. Detailed Celtic patterns, inspried by the Ardagh Chalice, are featured in this beautiful piece of wearable jewelry for men.
This cable knit hat is made by Erin Knitwear in County Cork. Featuring traditional Irish styling, this cable pattern is very popular in Aran knitwear from sweaters to cardigans to hats. This wonderful hat is warm and cozy and has a polyester fleece lining for extra warmth.
This herringbone Irish flat cap is made with 100% wool. Handcrafted in Dublin, Ireland, this tweed cap fits neatly around the head for a classic and traditional style.
This Donegal tweed wool scarf boasts a traditional plaid pattern with rolled fringes. It reflects the traditional patchwork designs of Ireland from years gone by.
Here's another example of a fabulous men's tweed waistcoat from the weavers of County Donegal. Order early since these vests are hand made for size, and can take up to three weeks for delivery.
These two tone cuff links are made with sterling sliver and rare Irish gold. They feature the Trinity knot, an ancient Irish symbol of eternal love, the Holy Trinity and the unity of earth, sea, and sky. A wonderful addition to any man's wardrobe for wearing on special occasions.
This mechanical pocket watch is made by the good folks at Mullingar Pewter. It features a Celtic design on the cover and a visible watch mechanism. A little bit of Irish style for any man.
Irish Gifts For The Home He'll Love
The Irish word for freedom is 'saoirse' and it is pronounced seer-sha. This beautiful lyrical word reflects the struggle for independence in Ireland and the Irish love of freedom which they brought with them to America.
This lovely piece of Irish word art features an old Irish saying that means there is no hearth, like your own hearth. It is the Irish way of saying, there's no place like home. I think this lovely saying could be proudly displayed in any Irish home.
This amazing whiskey flask is embossed with a Celtic pattern and comes in its own mahogany gift box. It features a funnel plus two shot glasses with lovely Celtic motifs.
Dolmens are megalithic monuments found all over Ireland which date back thousands of years. They are lovely symbols of our Celtic heritage, and this lovely piece of bronze wall art is perfect for any Irish man's office or den.
I hope you like this selection of Irish gifts for him.
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Slán agus beannacht
(Goodbye and blessings)
Irish American Mom
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