Made In Ireland Facet Irish Jewellery - (Mar 01 2006)
Looking for a beautiful Irish Claddagh Celtic jewelry piece for Saint Patrick's day? Or maybe you have a special birthday coming up? Or Anniversary? What about a gift for Mothers Day? We have just introduced some fantastic high quality from the Facet Range and these can be found at http://www.allcladdagh.com/facet-irish1.htm. Go on spoil the one you love with an Irish made jewelry gift from Dublin. Best Regards Ken :)
Saint Patricks Day 17th March 2006 - (Feb 22 2006)
Give someone you love Irish Claddagh Celtic Jewellery this Saint Patrick’s day? Find great ideas at http://www.allcladdagh.com/patricks-day.htm. Order Early to Avoid Disappointment – All Jewellery comes in beautiful presentation box and a Saint Patrick Irish Greeting Card. - Also dont forget to look in on on live webcam which will be showing the Dublin St.Patrick's day parade as it passes over O'Connell Bridge just beside our real bricks and mortar shop on Bachelors Walk.
John Rocha Contempory Irish Jewelry now available from allcladdagh.com in Dublin - (Feb 02 2006)
We are delighted to announce that we will be introducing the John Rocha Jewellery Collection to our site allcladdagh.com in February 2006. John Rocha is designer to the stars and has achieved success and respect from celebrity clients such as Angelica Huston, Marianne Faithful and Irish pop singer Ronan Keating. Make sure you call back and check out this fantastic contempory Irish jewelry and buy from us and we will ship it from Dublin to you. Best Regards Ken Byrne
Saint Valentine’s Day Gifts - Irish Claddagh Jewelry - (Jan 09 2006)
Saint Valentine’s Day gifts Claddagh – St. Valentine is buried in Dublin Ireland so there is no better Valentine’s present to give to your love then a Irish Claddagh jewellery piece. The Claddagh incorporates the Crown which depicts your loyalty, the Hands shows your friendship and the Heart your true love. Please order early to avoid disappointment. Happy New Year Ken Byrne.
Happy New Year Dublin Ireland - (Dec 31 2005)
Happy New Year - (Dec 31 2005)
Well it is not almost over "bar the shouting" tonight and a new year begins tomorrow. We have at allcladdagh.com had a couple of days off from 25th - 27th. So again to all our customers, everyone whom has emailed encouragement and support and to all visitors to our site we would like to WISH YOU & YOURS A VERY HAPPY, HEALTHY & PEACEFUL NEW YEAR. You can also leave any messages at 011 353 1 8730670. We will be back in business for any querys and questions on Tuesday 3rd, this is because the Assay office and almost all public services are on Christmas holiday's until Tuesday 3rd January 2006, so a few days R&R will be taken. :) Best Regards Ken Byrne
Christmas greetings from allcladdagh.com Dublin Ireland. - (Dec 24 2005)
Happy Christmas - (Dec 24 2005)
It's 12.40 Christmas eve and I have just tidied up all loose ends. Delighted that we shipped out all orders in time for the big day and hopefully all will be delivered in time for Santa :) Many, many thanks to everyone who emailed aknowledgement on receiving their orders and everyone (so far:) have been delighted with our service and the quality of our jewellery. I am going to shut down my PC until 28th December at least and enjoy the festive season with plenty of good food and " a few jars". So once again wishing you and yours a very happy and healthy Christmas and a peaceful New Year. Best Regards Ken Byrne and everyone at allcladdagh.com here in Dublin Ireland :)
FedEx Ireland Shipping for Christmas - (Dec 06 2005)
We recommend when ordering to choose FedEx shipping option only $19 to GUARANTEE delivery in time for Christmas. We will get all orders delivered by Friday 23rd December provided goods are in stock. Please contact us if you have any queries. Wishing you and yours a very happy and healthy Christmas and a peaceful New Year from all at allcladdagh.com. Best Regards Ken Byrne.
Thanksgiving - US and Ireland - (Nov 16 2005)
Here in Ireland we do not celebrate Thanksgiving 24th November but Christmas day 25th December is the big occasion. In fact the Christmas holiday period in Ireland usually starts around 20th - 21st December and continues right up into the New Year. People working for semi state companies and goverment agencies usually receive two weeks holidays around this period. So from all at allcladdagh.com we would like to wish all our US and Canadian customers and visitors a very happy and healthy Thanksgiving. :) Regards Ken
Irish News - Newsletter Dublin Ireland - (Nov 10 2005)
We sent our first newsletter in over 6 months yesterday and the response has been overwhelming. So many customers replying to say that they were delighted to hear from us and that they will be making their Christmas orders with us :) I genuinely will be giving fantastic value in the coming weeks so if you have not subscribed to our newsletter yet please do and we will keep you informed of these special offers and we are positive that we will have something of interest for you in the line of Irish Claddagh and Celtic Jewellery (jewelry). Yours Sincerely Ken Byrne
The picture is Trinity College Chapel across the road from our brick and mortar jewellery shop (yes we are a real jewellers established in 1964 on Bachelors Walk Dublin 1) which is the only chapel in the Republic of Ireland to be shared by all denominations. The painted window above the altar dates from 1867.
Irish Postal Strike - (Nov 07 2005)
We ship all our Registered Post and Swift Post orders from Dublins Historic GPO (General Post Office)and unfortunately today Monday 7th November 2005 Irish postal workers picketed outside this post office on the first day of a strike over pay rises although the main union said it may call off the action after a breakthrough in talks with management. We will keep our site fully updated with developments and we recommend potential customers you choose FedEx option of shipping (only $19)to guarantee delivery. If you have any further queries please do not hesitate in contacting me. Above is a selection of Irish Stamps Issued to celebrate Ireland’s 50th Anniversary of UN membership, four momentous stamps, featuring F.H. Boland, the Irish Defence Forces and An Garda Síochána, highlighting the important roles all have played down through the years.
Regards Ken Byrne