100% Irish Gifts and Crafts
designed and made in Ireland
100% Irish Gifts and Crafts designed and made in Ireland
Irish Gifts for all Occasions
Welcome to Totally Irish Gifts, a prestigious and well established online Irish store, specialising in gifts and crafts designed and made in Ireland by acclaimed Irish designers and craftspeople. Browse our extensive selection of gifts that have been selected and curated just for you. There is something for all ages and all occasions. You will also find some very unique personalised gifts for special occasions. Such as engagement, wedding, anniversary, birthday, graduation, retirement and new baby.
Our Irish Craft & Gift Suppliers
Our suppliers include well established and also up-and-coming Irish designers & craftspeople. Travelling Ireland, we have met with 70+ makers. Getting to know them and their amazing work. We are delighted to introduce them to the world.
Be enthralled by the creativity and craftsmanship of our suppliers. Believe in the quality, uniqueness and beauty of our creative Irish crafts. All of which has been made with love and attention to detail.
We are committed to the ‘Buy Irish’ ethos. ‘Irish’ should mean ‘made in Ireland’. Enjoy discovering contemporary and traditional Irish gifts. They are genuinely made in Ireland. We believe you deserve the best. You will love our authentic Made Local Irish crafts. We hope you enjoy your online shopping experience.
At Totally Irish Gifts there is something special for all ages and all occasions. You will also find some very unique personalised gifts. Such as engagement, wedding, anniversary, birthday, graduation, retirement and new baby.
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Thank you so much for such a prompt service /delivery of the beautiful love you to the moon and back .
Well done on running an excellent Irish business in terms of product, price, customer engagement and customer support. You get an A+++++ for your efforts.
Delighted with my jigsaw and glad to be able to purchase a well made Irish product.
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