Used to express allegiance to Ireland, Erin Go Bragh ( Éirinn go Brách in Irish) roughly translates to "Ireland Forever". In 1847 a group of Irish volunteers, including U.S. Army deserters, joined the Mexican side in the Mexican–American War. These soldiers, known as Los San Patricios or Saint Patrick's Battalion, flew as their standard a green flag with a harp on it, with the motto "Erin Go Bragh". The t-shirt is premium 100% Airlume combed cotton unisex essential fits like a well-loved favorite. Featuring a crew neck, short sleeves, its unisex sizing and soft touch make it perfect for all lovers of history.
A vintage style poster inspired by the Puck Fair (Fair of the He-Goat). The three day fair has been held annually in Killorglin, County Kerry in August since 1613 and is one of Irelands oldest. Theories abound on the origins of the event, many believing it traces back to a pagan harvest celebration and the male goat which is central to the fair was used as it represents fertility and a bountiful harvest. The perfect gift for the Kerry man or woman in your life!
All our posters and prints are printed to the highest possible standard. We achieve a large color spectrum by the using only Canon's 8-Color LUCIA EX pigment inks, which also provides scratch resistance and smoother gradations. Our paper stock is a CanonPremium Semi-Glossy Photographic - 69 lb (280 g/m²)(11mil)
Each order is hand wrapped and shipped in square box for great protection and easier removal.
The Irish Brigade - Fág An Bealach
The Irish Brigade was an infantry brigade, consisting predominantly of Irish Americans, that served in the Union Army in the American Civil War. The designation of the first regiment in the brigade, the 69th New York Infantry, or the "Fighting 69th", continued in later wars. The Irish Brigade was known in part for its famous war cry, the "Faugh a Ballaugh", which is an anglicization of the Irish phrase, fág an bealach, meaning "clear the way". According to Fox's Regimental Losses, of all Union army brigades, only the 1st Vermont Brigade and Iron Brigade suffered more combat dead than the Irish Brigade during America's Civil War.
Our Tee's are pre-shrunk 100% cotton (6oz (203g) and designed for maximum durability, comfort and quality. With a seamless rib knit collar reinforced with a cover seamed front neck and taped neck and shoulder seams, this shirt is carefully constructed for those who are active and require clothing that lasts.
The Irish Shamrock Pop-Up Card
An iconic card, inspired by an iconic symbol. Saint Patrick, Ireland's patron saint, is said to have used Shamrock as a metaphor for the Christian Holy Trinity. Each card measures 4.7" square and comes with an ivory envelope and endless Irish Luck!
The Shackleton Endurance Pop-Up Card
Make a lasting impression with our endearing pop-card inspired by Shackleton's famed ship the Endurance which sailed for the Antarctic on the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition in 1914. Adorned with 'By endurance we conquer - Ernest Shackleton" on the inside, each card is complimented with an ivory colored envelope and measures 7.75" by 6.25"