Irish Coat of Arms Coasters - Blessings

Slate - Set of 4!
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Irish coat of arms coasters feature genuine slate stone that is laser engraved with your family name along with one of four different Irish blessings. The Irish blessing coasters are enhanced with a bed of shamrocks at the base.

When you select a name that requires an apostrophe, such as O’Shea, from the drop down menu, you will notice that the apostrophe has been omitted. Do not worry; the selected name will be spelled correctly on the Irish coat of arms coasters with the apostrophe included when required.

The Irish Gift House can accommodate differences in spelling within the family name; just let us know your correct spelling by sending us an email or making a notation in the comment area on the check out page.

This Irish coaster set is permanently laser engraved with your surname and coat of arms image along with an Irish blessing and a row of shamrocks. The Irish coat of arms coasters are each enhanced with one of four different Irish blessings; please click the longer description tab for the respective texts. These Irish blessing coasters feature natural slate stone construction that are enhanced raw edges along with padded feet; they measure 4" x 4" square.

The coat of arms coaster set is made in the United States and is a special-order item that ships directly from our supplier; please allow 2 weeks for delivery. The Irish Gift House will mail you or the gift recipient a complementing shamrock history card. Sorry, gift wrapping is not available with this item, but we are happy to include your message on a gift card; just let us know what to write.

The Irish Coat of Arms Coasters each feature one of the following verses:

An Irish Blessing
May the road rise to meet you.
May the wind be always at your back.
May the sun shine warm upon your face.
The rains fall soft upon your fields
and, until we meet again,
May God hold you in the palm of His hand.

An Irish Blessing
May the roof of your house
never fall in,
and those beneath it,
never fall out.

An Irish Saying
May you be in Heaven a
full half hour afore the
devil knows ye’re dead.

An Irish Saying
Irish Diplomacy
The art of telling someone
to go to hell,
so that they will look forward
to the trip.

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