Irish Designer Gifts celebrates first anniversary with 50 percent off sale
A chance for IrishCentral readers to nab top contemporary Irish designed products
Irish Linen House, Foxford Woollen Mills and Bunbury Boards are all registered members of the Craft Council Of Ireland which is the organisation that champions the Craft Industry in Ireland.
Irish Linen House Napkins, Placemats and Table runners are designed by Greg Whelan from Dublin. Irish Linens are very traditional gifts to receive and will last a lifetime. These products are handmade and designed in Ireland. They are ideal corporate gifts, wedding gifts or home gifts.
Foxford Woollen Mills in County Mayo was founded in 1892 by Mother Bernard, the Irish Sister of Charity. The Mill has undergone many changes since then, but is still a thriving mill employing local craftspeople and Irish designers who now create a range of contemporary and classic rugs, throws, and scarves for all to enjoy.
Bunbury Boards are unique Irish gifts from Ireland which are designed and made at Lisnavagh Estate, in County Carlow, from the finest Irish hardwoods sourced from sustainable woodland. They are very popular as Irish wedding gifts. The Bunbury Board is fast becoming the must have accessory to have in your kitchen and is well known worldwide.
As they are coming up to their first birthday, Irish Designer Gifts are offering IrishCentral readers a 50% reduction off all Irish Linen House, Foxford Woollen Mills and Bunbury Boards until 31st July, 2013.