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Mother's Day Gifts

Mother's Day is thought to have originated from the 16th century practice of visiting one's mother church at least annually.  Most young servants were released by the masters in order to travel home and visit with their families.  As such, this usually meant that whole families would be reunited on that day, including mothers and children.  Over the years, it has transformed into a day primarily devoted to showing appreciation to one's mother.  

In the US, Mother's Day is celebrated on the second Sunday in May.  It was first recognized officially in 1914.

In Ireland, Mother's Day is celebrated on the fourth Sunday of Lent, which is exactly three weeks prior to the Easter celebration. 

You'll find some of our favorite Irish gifts for Mom or Grandma here.  Show them your appreciation this year with a touch of Ireland!

 

Belleek Glenveigh Mantel Clock
Belleek Glenveigh Mantel Clock

The wonderful craftsmanship evident in this Belleek mantel clock is to honor the beauty of Glenveigh, ...

$181.00
Belleek Daisy 3 x 5
Belleek Daisy 3 x 5" Oval Frame

Border your favorite photo with a wonderful design of daisies and handpainted shamrocks. Made in Ireland ...

$79.00
Belleek Kylemore Trinket Box
Belleek Kylemore Trinket Box

Charming heart-shaped trinket box is perfect for your smaller keepsakes. Beautifully accented with a cluster of ...

$58.00
Belleek Irish Claddagh 5 x 7
Belleek Irish Claddagh 5 x 7" Photo Frame

Frame a treasured photo with the Irish Claddagh - a symbol of love, loyalty and friendship. ...

$106.00
Belleek Mother's Plate
Belleek Mother's Plate

This beautiful plate is the perfect gift for an Irish Mom! Inscription on plate reads:

"Mother...There is ...

$99.00
Mermaids & Mariners Music CD & Book by Anne Roos
Mermaids & Mariners Music CD & Book by Anne Roos

This is both a book and an audio CD of wonderful Celtic music.

Tunes about the mysterious ...

$28.00

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