All I Want for Christmas is a Little Something that Reminds Me of Ireland – Irish Gift Guide

It’s the Christmas season, and we’re all dreaming of the perfect gifts to both give and receive. Here are a few things I hope to find under the tree this season… and most of them can still get your gift delivered BEFORE the 25th.

Secret Dublin: An Unusual GuideSecret Dublin: An Unusual

Pól Ó Conghaile covers every corner of Dublin with his fascinating collection of lesser-known but extraordinarily interesting places in the Irish Capital.

My Ireland BoxMy Ireland Gift

Imagine a box filled with goodies from Irish artists and craftspeople arriving in your mailbox. Get one for yourself, or order for someone special and they’ll get an e-card letting them know.

bitesizeirishgaelicBitesize Irish

Learning Irish solo can be a great big challenge; but taking it in small, familiar bits can make it a bit easier. Plus, there’s access to the Bitesize Irish Gaelic community.


Handmade from clay and printed with iron, these gorgeous pendants and earrings showcase a variety of fantastic Irish and Celtic designs in lovely earthy colors.

Ursula_celano_36829Ursula Celano

With a colorful array of Irish-themed notebooks, aprons, cards, gifts, and accessories, Ursula’s distinct designs “say Ireland” in a bright, bold, and beautiful way.

Royal Tara ShardLiam Shard

Liam’s collection of jewelry made from broken dishes that he collects in Ireland is usually spotted at fine art shows, but his online shop offers lovely Irish keepsakes.

Anne Roos Celtic Harp MusicCeltic Harp

Anne Roos has been making beautiful, peaceful music on the Celtic Harp for years, and her collection of CDs which range from classical to contemporary make for the perfect stocking stuffer.

Certificate of Irish HeritageCertificate of Irish

Created to honor one’s Irish ancestors, the Certificate of Irish heritage features beautiful designs and Irish-made frames. Options are available for people with limited knowledge of their Irish background.

capallglass celtic bookmarkCeltic Cards and Gifts from

With artwork based on amazing Celtic knotwork and other Irish themes, designs from CapallGlasStudio offer a gorgeous gift opportunity.

Tara gameTailten’s Tara

This award-winning and innovative game requires players to build their own intricate Celtic knotwork designs in this unique boardgame based on the Book of Kells.

ornamentslgEarthen Craft Pottery Celtic Christmas Ornamentsonline shopping

An Irish Fireside exclusive! These lovely, clay ornaments are hand-printed with iron and look great on the tree or on the wall.


One of Ireland’s most famous smokehouses, the Burren Smokehouse delivers a delicious bit of majestic County Clare under Christmas trees around the world all year round.

Irish Turf/Peat IncenseIrish Turf Peat

Capturing the unmistakable, sweet, earthy aroma of burning peat, this Tipperary-made incense fills your home with the glorious smells of an authentic Irish fireside.

indoor-fireIreland Earth Peat

If turf incense isn’t enough for you, you can get the real thing from Ireland Earth. These pressed-briquettes are just like the ones sold in Ireland.

coincufflinksIrish Coin

Made from real Irish Punt coins (that was Irelands currency before the arrival of the Euro), these lovely cufflinks feature beautiful symbols of the Emerald Isle.

irelandsnowyThe Little Book of Christmas

Packed full of heart‐warming, wistful, uplifting, and often  bittersweet  stories, this book collects holiday tales from Irish writers and Golden Ireland short story winners.

craftgranaryCahir Craft

If you love handcrafted, Irish artisan-made items, hop over to the Craft Granary. Located in Cahir (home of magnificent Cahir Castle and the delightful Swiss Cottage), they ship a bit of Ireland worldwide.

Go on, add your suggestions in the comments section below!

Author: Corey

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  1. You guys are the best. I had to put my Etsy shop on
    Vacation for the next few days because I am on the road and cannot ship by Christmas, but I wanted to show you all my newest site for Celtic art where works are still available.

    This site does the shipping, so the images here are still available for the holidays.

    If you see one of the pieces and would like to purchase the originals, especially the sketches of Irish locations, let me know.

    Thanks again, Irish Fireside, and Happy Holidays to all!! 2014 is my year to return to Ireland, I’ve been away too long.

    Karen J. Newhouse
    CapallGlas Studio

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