Best Valentines Day Gift Ideas at Totally Irish Gifts
Valentine Gift Ideas 2019
- Medium sized Crystal Sphere Suncatcher, engraved with ‘I Love you to the Moon and Back.
- Handmade from native Irish Oak, with a quality Asfour Crystal Sphere prism.
- In direct sunlight the crystal sphere acts as a prism to produce an array of rainbows.
- Ceramic heart shaped dish, perfect bedside dish for rings, coins and keys.
- Impressed famous Irish Claddagh motto ‘Love, Loyalty & Friendship.
- Available in blue, red or green, with different patterns.
- Quality handcrafted sterling silver pendant, hallmarked in Assay Office, Dublin Castle.
- 2 swans embrace forming a heart, inspired by the famous Celtic legend of the Children of Lir.
- Dainty 15mm pendant on a 18″ chain.
- Ancient Irish bog turf cut in the shape of two hearts and frame.
- Entitled ‘Love You’ written on the mount, option to personalise.
- In a dark brown frame with cream mount, 25 cm x 18 cm.
- Top quality jewellery hallmarked by the Assay Office in Dublin Castle.
- Matching Cloicin Heart Earrings (€50) available to create a beautiful Valentines Jewellery Set.
- Dainty heart necklace with tiny raised silver stones inspired by the pebbles of Carlingford.
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This year show him how much he means to you with a Valentines Day Gift handcrafted in Ireland.
- A beautiful pair of lightweight wooden Claddagh Cufflinks.
- Made from Irish Sycamore (light wood) and American Walnut (dark wood).
- Two options available, dark wood outer or light wood outer
- Ancient Irish bog turf cut in the shape of one heart and one shamrock set in a framed.
- Entitled ‘Love Irish’ written on the mount, option to personalise.
- In a dark brown frame with cream mount, 25 cm x 18 cm
I Knew I’d Find You Framed Print
- Print of an original work by artist Fran Leavey.
- Titled “I Knew I’d Find You” & signed by the artist.
- Two red hearts meet among all the grey hearts in this clever print.
- The word grá engraved in Ogham, the earliest form of Irish writing dating from c.4th century.
- ‘Grá’, the Irish word for love, is also engraved under the Ogham script.
- Handcrafted from a mix of bronze and limestone, highlighted with gold leaf script.
- Bronze statue with two lovers embracing, showing true love and affection.
- A ghrá mo chroí is the Irish term for ‘my darling’, literaly translated ‘the love of my heart’.
- Height: 320 mm.