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Tray: Tae Bainne Siúcra

Tea tray with screen-printed design by René Mullin

Wooden Jigsaw: Outdoor Scene

This gorgeous ten piece jigsaw of the Irish countryside and coast provides a wonderful introduction to the Irish language for young children and adults alike!

Wooden Jigsaw: Colours / Rainbow

This handcrafted children’s wooden jigsaw puzzle is designed to encourage dexterity and logic and will make learning Irish fun!

Mug – Ach ar dtús Caife

Mug by Nine Arrow that says: Ach ar dtús Caife Translates as: But first, coffee. Design printed in-house by NineArrow, handwash recommended for best results.

Wooden Jigsaw: Sa Bhaile (At home)

This beautiful handcrafted twenty five piece jigsaw puzzle provides a brilliant way for kids (and their parents) to learn some everyday words in the Irish language. Based on the theme of home, this jigsaw will teach children some essentials words as Gaeilge, and the names of many objects to be found around the house. All…

Wooden Jigsaw: Counties of Ireland

Our Map of Ireland jigsaw puzzle, as Gaeilge, is a brilliant challenge for young and old alike. All 32 counties of Ireland are represented as separate interlocking wooden pieces with the name of each county written in Irish. Suitable for 5+

Wooden Jigsaw: Ainmhithe Feirme (Farm animals)

Íosagán (Pack of 5 cards)

An Mhaighdean agus a Leanbh – Glencairn – Pack of 5 Cards

Tá an Nollaig Buailte Linn (Pack of 5 cards)

Beannachtaí na Nollag: Ísáia 52:7 (Pack of 6 Cards)

Beannachtaí na Nollag – Tá solas á nochtadh don fhíréan Salm 97:11 (Paca 6 Chárta)

Beannachtaí na Nollag: Níl sárú ar Áille Ghrá Dé (Máinséar) (Pack of 6 Cards)

Nollaig Shona Dhuit (Pack of 6 cards) (LPM)

Translates as: Happy Christmas to You

Bhí na h-aoirí ag faire a gcaora san oíche – Glencairn – Pack of 5 Cards

Cards designed and printed by Glencairn Abbey.

An Teaghlach Naofa – Pack of 5 Cards – Bilingual – Glencairn

INSIDE TEXT/TÉACS LAISTIGH: May the Blessings of the Holy Family be with you this Christmas. Beannachtaí an Teaghlaigh Naofa Um Nollaig.

Nollaig Shona – Christmas cards – (Pack of 8 mini cards)

Send a tiny, shiny piece of joy this Christmas! Pack of 8 x A7 Irish ‘Nollaig Shona’ Christmas cards – each one featuring an illustrated Christmas tree pattern and hot-foiled with gold or silver foil. All hand-pressed onto heavyweight sustainably sourced paper in-house in our County Down studio. Each card comes with a recycled kraft…

Muire agus a Leanbh – bilingual (Paca 5 chárta)

Dia do bheatha a naoidhe naoimh (Pack of 10 cards)

Beannachtaí na Nollag: Ag smaoineamh ort ag an am seo (Paca 6 chárta)

Teaghlach Naofa sa Stábla (Red and gold) – Glencairn – Pack of 5 Cards

Níl Sárú ar Áille Ghrá Dé (Pack of 6))

Nollaig Shona – Éire (Pack of 5 cards)

Holy Family (Pack of 5 cards)

Gloria in Excelsis Deo – Glencairn – Pack of 5 Cards

NA TOISÍ: 14.85cm x 10.5cm TÉACS LAISTIGH: “Le coinnle na nAingeal Tá an spéir amuigh breactha Luífidh Mac Dé ins an dtig seo anocht” Máire Mhac an tSaoi

Beannachtaí na Nollag: Leis an oíche titeann tost (Paca 6 chárta)

Beannachtaí na Nollag: An solas fírinneach Eoin 1:9 (Pack of 6 Cards)

Nollaig Shona – Christmas Tree (Blue) (Mireog)

Nollaig Shona Duit (LaineyK)

Nollaig Shona – Light purple with blue (Mireog)

Nollaig Shona – Wreath (BB)

Christmas card by Bold Bunny. Translates as: Happy Christmas.

Nollaig Shona – Red (BB)

Christmas Card by Bold Bunny with a red pattern.

Nollaig Shona – Purple and Dark blue (Mireog)

Nollaig Shona – Stars (UTW)

Nollaig Shona (string lights) Dingle Wild Card

Cárta deartha ag Dingle Wild Card

Nollaig Shona – Errigal (Girseach)

Nollaig Shona – Dearg (Cártaí Léim Thart)

Nollaig Shona – Sneachta (Cártaí Léim Thart)

Nollaig Shona – Maroon Wreath (BB)

Christmas card by Bold Bunny. Translates as: Happy Christmas.

Tá sé ag teacht (LaineyK)

Christmas card by LaineyK, with forty tiny Santa hats and underneath it says: Tá sé ag teacht. Translates as: He is on his way!

Nollaig Shona (BB)

Christmas card by Bold Bunny. Translates as: Happy Christmas

Nollaig Shona – Red (Mireog)

Nollaig Shona duit (LaineyK)

Christmas card by LaineyK. Translates as: Happy Christmas to you.

Nollaig Shona (Gold line on white background)

Nollaig Shona – Christmas Tree Green) (Mireog)

Oíche Chiúin (BB)

Christmas card by Bold Bunny. Translates as: Silent night.

Nollaig Shona – Green (Girseach)

Translates as: Happy Christmas

Donn Bó agus Dánta Eile (secondhand)

Hardback with dustcover, price sticker obscuring title on dustcover.

Three Plays (The Year of the Hiker, The Change in Mame Fadden, The Highest House on the Mountain)

Duanaire Nuafhilíochta (secondhand)

The Field – John B. Keane

An Choróin Mhuire Naofa [1979] (secondhand)

Hard cover. Additional plastic cover. Black and white illustrations throughout. Spotting on edge of pages.

Forty Years of Irish Broadcasting (secondhand)

“Maurice Gorham. Talbot Press. 356., 1967. Hardback, with a dustjacket, good condition. Dustjacket faded slightly, colour changed on the hardback itself. As agreed with the person from whom the collection (which included this particular book) came, the sale price of this item has been reduced from what one might expect to see as the listing…

An Dílí (secondhand)

Aindrias Ó Baoighill (school edition). Soft cover. Written notes in pen; A few pages at the end in the Roman font, the rest in the old font. An inscription with the former owner’s name and postal address.

Prós na Fiannaidheachta (secondhand)

Hard cover, very good condition. No dustjacket. Covered in brown paper.

Terror on the Burren (secondhand)

Amhráin Chúige Chonnacht – An Leath-rann (An Craoibhín Aoibhinn) (secondhand)

Ruachan ar na leathanaigh cheangail; ainm an iar-úineara ar an leathanach ceangail tosaigh. Smál ar an gclúdach, paiste ar ar leagadh cupán nó gloine síos tráth. Droim an leabhair i ndiaidh bheith láidrithe le píosa seachtrach. Clúdach crua.

Buaidh na Treise – Cogadh Gaedhael re Gallaibh (secondhand)

Damage to cover (pictured), interior pages in good condition.

Name Your Place – Logainmneacha cuid dár nOidhreacht (secondhand)

Good condition, we have received a handful of copies, some of which have slight marking/discoloration to the covers.

Industrial Relations in Ireland. Is there a Case for Reform? (Secondhand)

Cover/spine faded

Eachtraidheacht (secondhand)

Paperback. Number ‘6’ written on the front cover.

Cás Deireannach Trent (Trent’s Last Case) E. C. Bentley (secondhand)

Colour on the back faded, stain on the cover. Small amount of foxing on it. 356 pages. A handful of notes written inside the book but it is very clean and readable.

Faoileán na Beatha [hardback, with dust cover] First edition (secondhand)

Hardback cover with dust cover. Wear in particular to spine of dust cover. CT’ and ‘u’ of poet’s surname absent from dust cover.

Irish Without Worry for Everyone (ar athláimh)

Stain on the cover, dog-ears in the corner on the bottom right. The back is slightly damaged. Doodle on the back cover in pen. The pages in good condition, no marks on them.

Gearrscéalta an Phiarsaigh [1979, crua] (secondhand)

“Dustcover torn on the edge, and spots on it. A small stain on the edge. Helicon Limited. Pádraic Mac Piarais, edited by Cathal Ó Háinle. 1979. 135 p. As agreed with the person from whom the collection (which included this particular book) came, the sale price of this item has been reduced from what one…

The Archaeology of Ireland [crua, 1976] (secondhand)

“Peter Harbison. Very good condition. The former owner’s name written inside. Has a dustjacket. As agreed with the person from whom the collection (which included this particular book) came, the sale price of this item has been reduced from what one might expect to see as the listing price. The goal is to give new…

Auld King Ottokar’s Sceptre (Scots)

Scots version.

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