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    Into the Woods

    Journey deep into the forest this Christmas with House of Ireland
    and celebrate the festive season in a magical woodland setting.

  • We have Relocated
  • Christmas

    Into the Woods

    Journey deep into the forest this Christmas with House of Ireland
    and celebrate the festive season in a magical woodland setting.

Top Gifts for Christmas

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Show her you care with unique gifts that champion craftmanship, heritage and individuality, including soft handwoven throws, contemporary knitwear, and wellness gift sets.

Gifts for Her

Show him you listen and indulge in thoughtful gifts he actually wants. Our selection of utilitarian wax jackets, beautifully cut whiskey tumblers and linen bowties will earn you top marks.

Gifts for Him
 

From Lismore vases to whiskey tumblers, House of Ireland has long been the destination for Irish hand-cut crystal.

Crystal

Discover our extensive collection of scarves from the very best of Irish brands.

Scarves

For special occasions and unique gifts, discover a wide range of hand-picked jewellery from our Celtic and contemporary brands.

Jewellery
 

Shop our collection of luxury women's capes, wraps and shawls in a variety of elegant styles.

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In our collection of Barbour classics, you'll find staple pieces and iconic styles for all walks of life.

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114 Grafton Street

114 Grafton Street was one of the first houses to be built on Lower Grafton Street, mid-18th century, and sits opposite the Provost’s House, Trinity College. It was the Dublin residence of Lord Mornington, father of the Duke of Wellington ­— the celebrated General who defeated Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815 and subsequently served twice as prime minister of the United Kingdom.

In 1763, the building became known as Navigation House, occupied by the Commissioner of Inland Navigation. Later notable occupants included the Royal Dublin Society (1766) on the lands of 114 Grafton St, and the Royal Irish Academy from circa 1791 until 1851. In 1903, new owners, the Northern Bank, commissioned renowned Belfast architect, William Henry Lynn, to redesign the building, the historic façade of which remains intact to this current day.

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