Irish crystal is renowned for its quality and clarity as well as its beautiful design, and modern styles are now joining the traditional ones we all know.
Crystal has been made in Ireland since the late 1700s, when the development of lead crystal made it possible to shape and cut glass as never before.
It would be wrong to think Irish glass ends with crystal, there are many talented glass makers working in more contemporary styles.
Used as a token of love and friendship this traditional Galway ring can be worn in several different ways to signify the status of the wearer - …
Irish lace, modern or antique, is hard to find and expensive, as the tradition of lace making has declined considerably from it's peak in the late 1900s.
Reviews of the top selling Irish Cream Liqueurs, including Bailey's, Carolan's, O'Mara's, Ashourne and Bushmill's, as well as a few private labeled ones.
If you don't want to buy Irish Cream or can't find the perfect one, the good news is that it's quite simple to make.
Teddy bear paradise in Ireland at this workshop and exhibition space where visitors can see teddy bears being painstakingly created by hand.
Hand woven Irish tweed is a wonderful and timeless fabric that never goes out of fashoin, and tweed is one product that is definitely best bought in Ireland.
Aran sweaters, hats and scarves are a popular purchase in Ireland, with their fascinating history and intricate patterns.
Traditional stitch patterns in Aran sweaters include the wonderfully named tree of life, blackberry, honeycomb, moss, diamond and lattice patterns.
Aran knitwear can be hand knit, machine knit or hand loomed and there are significant difference between the three.