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The Irish Gift House features Claddagh rings and Celtic crosses.

Claddagh Rings at The Irish Gift House, Celtic Crosses, Irish Jewelry

Claddagh rings, Celtic crosses and Irish jewelry + delivery in 2 - 3 days. Belleek and Celtic jewelry are included in our extensive variety of Irish gifts.

You may buy with confidence from the family owned and operated The Irish Gift House that is now in our 24th year of business with over 33,000 satisfied customer transactions. We encourage you to take a look at our 5 star Google reviews.

Our site provides you with the highest levels of encrypted protection with our positive SSL certificate; just click on the lock icon in your browser bar for certified information. Typical orders ship Priority Mail through the USPS so the normal delivery time for most orders is only 2 to 3 days anywhere in the United States. You will receive free shipping on orders of $99.00 or more, or discounted shipping on orders of $49.00 or more. And here is one more plus; there is no sales tax on most orders.

Our over 9,000 Irish gifts feature the fabled Claddagh rings along with iconic Celtic jewelry that includes the Trinity along with Tree of Life selections, but please also see our Celtic wedding bands and Celtic cross necklaces to capture the true depth of our diverse assortment.

Our variety of Irish gifts ranges from the traditional to the contemporary and includes classics such as Mullingar Pewter and Irish blessing plaques with everything in between that are sure to make your Irish eyes smile. Browse our collections that include Irish baby gifts and Irish wedding gifts for all of life's events; additionally, we have just what you need for every occasion with assortments for Christmas along with Mother's Day and St. Patrick's Day.

The Irish Gift House is a real mom and pop shop; it is just the two of us, Kerry and Andrew, and we are pleased that you visited us on-line today.
Take a look at The Irish Gift House BlogSpot for more about Irish legends and Celtic traditions. Our newest posts include The Flight of the Earls and our favorite Irish symbols along with the ironic twist of fate belonging to the popular Irish flat caps and a poem about the famous Shillelagh. You may also take a look at some older posts that include Father's Day in Ireland and Memories of Bunratty Castle.