Enjoy this video . It is a snap shot of the creating process of the Fairy wish Houses, These are fairy castles & houses for indoor and outdoor use. place a tealight inside light it and watch the fairy light dance. once you blow out the candle , the smoke goes up the chimney you can make a wish. the wish goes into the wishes box at the side and is collected by the fairies, once collected by the fairies your wish will come true, however if the Leprechauns get it probably not. Ask me why?
Cead mìle Fàilte (One Hundred Thousand Welcomes) to Ireland, its people and its warm and wealthy culture. In one of the most historic and picturesque villages in North County Dublin, Ireland, there is an award winning Studio that creates exquisitely detailed pieces of sculptures that depict Celtic cultures. The Village is Naul which derives its name from 'An Aill' (meaning cliff). The Studio is 'O'Gowna' which is situated in the shadow of the black castle below the cliff just above the valley across from the hermits cave, around the corner from the famous Seamus Ennis centre. Inspired by their surroundings and generations past, the Artists have created masterpieces that breathe new live into the ancient culture of Ireland. May you get as much enjoyment in owning our pieces as we did in creating them.
Over the past three decades O’Gowna have created pieces in our Dublin Studio that can be found in the homes of Presidents, Prime Ministers, Movie Stars, Heads of state, Mams, Dads, Sons, Daughters, Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, In-laws, brothers, sisters, Grandparents, Grandchildren, Neighbours and friends & many more
The one constant through all those years has been the quality of the pieces created for each of our customers as no matter how many pieces we make over the years each one is individually handmade and hand painted to the highest standard ensuring that the client across the road receives the same quality as the head of state across the sea.
All of our pieces have been tested for indoor & Outdoor use.
Irish handmade chess sets made in Ireland for you
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