Sterling silver Celtic jewellery by Banshee Silver of Belfast. Each piece is based on Celtic mythology and folklore. The designs tell their own story and these stories come with each piece. There are beautiful pendant necklaces and earings representing the natural elements such as wind, the moon, folklore such as the Banshee, the selkie (mermaid, seal) children of lir, salmon of knowledge, and Celtic symbols such as the Claddagh, the spiral and the triskel.
A gift for someone or a treat for yourself we have gifts for all budgets, from soy candles by Soilse of Dundalk to sunatchers made in Ballinrobe to hand forged fruit bowls made in Ballyglunin to Irish made wool jumpers and cardigans.
We have a fine selection of Bog Wood sculptures by Ronnie Graham of Kinvara, Each piece is hand crafted by Ronnie using the shape of the piece of wood to guide him. The wood is dried naturally and is preserved with a little linseed oil on the final piece. Some are sculpted using one piece of bog Oak and others will be bog pine with bog Oak. Mots of his pieces will be shaped into birds and faces.
From time to time we also have some Bronze sculptures.
A diverse selection of Art by Irish artists. You are sure to find some piece that is to your taste. We stock local artists, such as John Dinan, from the village of Cross, Co Mayo and Dublin, Bridie Ryan, from Cornamona and Galway city, Louise Conroy, from Cong, Co Mayo and Castlebar, Joan Hogan, from Galway city, Denise Hogan, from Clonbur, Co galway and Galway city,and resident artist Robert Devereux! Cork based artist Michael McCarthy and some more collective pieces from artists such as Markey Robinson, from Belfast, Northern Ireland (1918 – 1999) Norman Teeling, from Co Dublin and Graham Knuttle from Co Dublin.
Are you looking for those finishing touches to your home?. We have a selection of Foxford woollen mills blankets made in Co Mayo, Some fabulous ceramics made in Co Mayo, Galway Crystal wine glasses and gin and tonic glasses individually hand painted by local artist Denise Hogan.