Irish Gifts for St Patrick’s Day

st patricks day gifts

To celebrate St Patrick’s Day this year, we’ve handpicked some of the bestselling gifts from our favourite Irish brands.

Bring a smile to your loved one living abroad by sending them a reminder of the unrivalled beauty and rich history of their homeland.

Genesis – Bronze Claddagh Plaque

Genesis - Bronze Claddagh Plaque


One of the country’s most beloved giftware creators, Genesis was born in the heart of Ireland. Channeling the traditions of Ireland, this elegant framed piece features a bronze plaque of a Claddagh ring (Irish: Fáinne Chladaigh).

A traditional Irish ring, it represents love, loyalty and friendship.

Packaged with text that reads: “The hands are for friendship, The heart is for love, The crown is for loyalty, held high above”.

Dimensions: Frame Height 8″ Depth 1.25″




Galway Crystal – Claddagh Pillar Hurricane Lamp

Galway Crystal - Claddagh Pillar Hurricane Lamp


This striking piece from Galway Crystal is traditionally crafted from Irish lead. Featuring the Claddagh, it makes a wonderful gift for Ireland lovers around the world.

Galway Crystal is nestled in the heart of the West of Ireland, on the shores of Galway Bay. Galway Crystal is steeped in the rich and diverse heritage of this unique land and this piece evokes this past perfectly.

This special piece is presented in an elegant Galway Crystal box and can be engraved and giftwrapped to make it even more memorable.

Product Dimensions: Height 22.9cm




Newbridge Silverware – Guinness Harp Bookmark

Newbridge Silverware - Guinness Harp Bookmark


A great idea for the book lover in your life!

This silverplated bookmark features the emblem of Ireland, which is also the iconic Guiness symbol, a golden-coloured harp.

Coated with a protective anti-tarnish, each bookmark has a 150mm black tassel attached.

Presented in a Newbridge Silverware Guinness collection giftbox, it’s ready to gift straight away!




Genesis – Bronze Cuchulainn Sculpture

Genesis - Bronze Cuchulainn Sculpture


Another beautiful cold cast bronze sculpture from the masters at Genesis Ireland – this time modelled on the Irish legend Cuchulainn.

Cú Chulainn was an ancient Gaelic hero warrior who was gifted with superhuman strength, speed and skill.

A fabulous choice to celebrate Ireland’s Celtic legacy.

Dimensions: Height 8″




Genesis – Children of Lir Sculpture

Genesis - Children of Lir Sculpture



The legend of the Children of Lir is one of the best known stories of Ireland.

Capturing the essence of the traditional story, Genesis’ cold cast bronze statue features the four children transforming into swans.

A perfect gift that’s guaranteed to be a conversation starter for many years to come.




Newbridge Silverware – Shamrock Decoration

Newbridge Silverware - Shamrock Decoration


Instantly recognisable, this dazzling shamrock decoration is the latest addition to the Romance of Ireland collection.

According to Irish legend, the shamrock was used by St Patrick to explain the holy trinity to the Celts. On adopting Catholicism, Ireland embraced the symbol of the shamrock.

This lovely silver plated decoration is covered with a protective anti-tarnish layer and features sparkling clear and green stones.

It’s presented in an eye-catching Newbridge Silverware gift box.



Classic Irish Telephone Box Lantern


The first Irish Telephone Box was installed on Dawson Street, Dublin in 1925. It helped create one of the first modern links to the outside world for the Irish.

For many years the Irish public relied upon the local telefón box as their only means of communication with the outside world.

These replicas are 25cm in height and make beautiful hurricane candle holders.





Genesis – Molly Malone

Genesis - Molly Malone

We couldn’t create this list without including the famous Molly Malone!

The Dublin folk song tells the fictional tale of a fishmonger who plied her trade on the streets of Dublin, but who died young, of a fever.

In the late 20th century, a legend grew up that there was a historical Molly, who lived in the 17th century. She is typically represented as a hawker by day and part-time prostitute by night. There is a statue erected at the bottom of Grafton Street based on the story, which Genesis’ bronze rendition is based on.





Want to see any of these up close and in person before making your choice? Feel free to drop into one of our stores and one of our helpful staff can help make the big decision so much easier. We ship worldwide, so you can send a reminder of Ireland to that special someone anywhere in the world.