Our friends at Traditional Irish Gifts basically keep us alive. They pay all of our costs including for hosting and the employment of a web designer to create our databases and make the site work. They have even, on a number of occassions, gotten one of their employees to help me with entering all the data. I personally owe them a great deal.
We hope to continually add new information to this website. If you want to help ensure that we're still around to deliver please consider visiting and purchasing from their website.
Below is a selection of products from their range that relate to the content of this site but there is plenty more choice on their website - click here for great irish gift ideas.
Clicking a product will take you to the appropriate page on the Traditional Irish Gift website.
Hand made miniature Lambeg Drums. Featuring different designs including: King William, Masonic, the Loyal Orders and Rangers Football Club. Standing 5 inches high these handcrafted drums make beautiful ornaments.
Loads of goodies from Bushmills Distillery, the world famous Whiskey manufacturer from Co Antrim in Ulster. There are rugby shirts, coffee mugs, glassware, hats and more...
Neck ties with various designs. Includes the Ulster crest as well as others...
New design Ulster rugby shirt, short sleeve style. Also available in children's sizes. Made from 100% cotton.
The Ocean liner Titanic was built at the Harland and Wolff Shipyard in Belfast (only 45 miles from our shop) in 1912. Unfortunately as everyone knows she now resides at a depth of almost 8 miles somewhere off the Newfoundland Coast. This tea towel carries a print of an original photograph of the Titanic as she underwent sea trials in Belfast Lough in early 1912. As you can see from the picture she was perfectly fine when she left Belfast!
A perfect guide to Northern Ireland carring illustrations of some of the north's most famous landmarks. Featured sites include the White Rocks Portrush (near us!), the world famous World Heritage site of the Giant's Causeway, the Guildhall in Londonderry, the Black Arch in Larne, Enniskillen Castle, the twin Cathedrals of Armagh, Carrickfergus Castle, the Mountains of Mourne, Belfast City Hall and Stormont Parliament Buildings.