4 ways to say “I Love You” in Gaelic

Valentine’s Day is celebrated annually on February 14th and is associated with the expression of love and affection between intimate companions. The exact origin of Valentine’s Day is somewhat shrouded in mystery, but there are several legends that have been associated with the holiday. One of the most popular stories traces the origins of Valentine’s…

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Origins of St. Brigid’s Day

St. Brigid’s Day has its origins in ancient Celtic traditions. The day is closely linked to the Celtic festival of Imbolc, which marks the halfway point between the winter solstice and the spring equinox. Imbolc, meaning “in the belly,” represents the time when ewes begin to lactate and is associated with the onset of spring…

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Ogham Stone Carvings: A History and Significance

Ogham stones are a fascinating and significant part of Ireland’s history and heritage. They offer a unique window into the past and continue to inspire people today with their uniqueness and symbolism. So, what exactly are Ogham stone carvings? Put simply, they’re ancient stone inscriptions that use a series of notches or lines to represent…

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Receive good fortune with an Irish Luck Stone

The Luck Ogham Stone is a beautifully hand crafted large beach pebble that combines the ancient writing system of Ogham with the ancient mythology of Gaelic luck. All Luck Stones have a specific letter of the Ogham alphabet engraved into the pebble and painted in gold. These letters have their own symbolism in Irish and…

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Origin of Ogham script

The Ogham script is an ancient writing system that was used to write the early Irish languages. The script consists of a series of strokes or notches, typically carved into the edges of stone monuments or wooden sticks. Each stroke represents a different letter of the alphabet. The origins of the Ogham script are not…

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Ogham Calendar: An Ancient System of Timekeeping in Ireland

The Ogham calendar is a fascinating ancient system of timekeeping that was used in Ireland more than a thousand years ago. It is named after the Ogham script, a form of early medieval writing that was used primarily in Ireland and parts of Britain. While the Ogham script was used primarily for inscriptions on stones…

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Origins of St. Brigid’s Day

St. Brigid’s Day has its origins in ancient Celtic traditions. The day is closely linked to the Celtic festival of Imbolc, which marks the halfway point between the winter solstice and the spring equinox. Imbolc, meaning “in the belly,” represents the time when ewes begin to lactate and is associated with the onset of spring…

Ogham Stone Carvings: A History and Significance

Ogham stones are a fascinating and significant part of Ireland’s history and heritage. They offer a unique window into the past and continue to inspire people today with their uniqueness and symbolism. So, what exactly are Ogham stone carvings? Put simply, they’re ancient stone inscriptions that use a series of notches or lines to represent…

Receive good fortune with an Irish Luck Stone

The Luck Ogham Stone is a beautifully hand crafted large beach pebble that combines the ancient writing system of Ogham with the ancient mythology of Gaelic luck. All Luck Stones have a specific letter of the Ogham alphabet engraved into the pebble and painted in gold. These letters have their own symbolism in Irish and…

Origin of Ogham script

The Ogham script is an ancient writing system that was used to write the early Irish languages. The script consists of a series of strokes or notches, typically carved into the edges of stone monuments or wooden sticks. Each stroke represents a different letter of the alphabet. The origins of the Ogham script are not…

Ogham Calendar: An Ancient System of Timekeeping in Ireland

The Ogham calendar is a fascinating ancient system of timekeeping that was used in Ireland more than a thousand years ago. It is named after the Ogham script, a form of early medieval writing that was used primarily in Ireland and parts of Britain. While the Ogham script was used primarily for inscriptions on stones…

4 ways to say “I Love You” in Gaelic

Valentine’s Day is celebrated annually on February 14th and is associated with the expression of love and affection between intimate companions. The exact origin of Valentine’s Day is somewhat shrouded in mystery, but there are several legends that have been associated with the holiday. One of the most popular stories traces the origins of Valentine’s…

Ogham gifts delivered worldwide – spreading joy and unity this Christmas

I am so so amazed by the shear numbers of orders and to where they are being delivered to (so many countries to mention) – I am so grateful and thank you to everyone who supports my small business. I put so much energy and passion into every product and their packaging, so I really…

Black Friday special Ogham Gift Deals

All this week and up to Sunday the 27th Nov, we will be offering great deals across all customized and ready made products. There are amazing discounts on our ready made products. Also, all custom orders will be shipped with a special FREE GIFT. So go on and buy your loved one a special Irish…

An Ogham gift is the ideal present for North American families this Christmas

Many Americans and Canadians with Irish heritage in their families, do not know about Ogham and its importance in Irish folklore. Ogham is the oldest form of Irish language and it’s deeply woven into Irish history. Initially Ogham was carved into stones to indicate the ownership of properties, usually presented as an epitaph. Those stones…

71st Wexford Opera Festival started

The Wexford Opera Festival officially opened last night. We had the opportunity to attend the opening and enjoy the spectacular fireworks. Wexford Opera Festival is an actual opera festival that takes place in the town of Wexford in Ireland during the months of October and November. This year Wexford Festival Opera runs for for 17 days from 21 October…