Each bowl has stunning, unique grain patterns, and is made from sustainable sources. On the bottom of each piece is inscribed, the type of wood and where the timber was sourced.Perfect as a fruit or salad bowl.
A truly Individual Piece
Size 15 inch x 5 inch
Needed a gift in a hurry, logged on to "Made if Irish" website...beautiful selection of Irish made gifts. Ordered my gift Sunday late afternoon and received at 8.30 Tuesday morning....fantastic service. And thrilled with the quality of my "Irish" bog oak Donegal pen. I'll be back for more gifts. Buy Irish!!😏
Beautiful product...very well received...well packed and fast delivery all round well done Made of Irish... would recommend to anyone ...great service and quality.
Bought a beautiful Foxford wool blanket from this site. Got 10% off for first time purchase. Delivery was very quick. Was very pleased with my purchase.
"The Louis Copeland brand may be synonymous with menswear, but the family business is making a play for the Irish crafts market. Last year, the Copeland family launched Made of Irish – an online store that sells a collection of locally made items such as candles, blankets and pottery from over two dozen Irish suppliers."
"It’s best known for its range of sharp suits and silk ties, but the long-established Irish menswear retailer Louis Copeland and Sons is branching out into selling contemporary Irish gifts online. MadeofIrish.com is the brainchild of Louis Copeland jr, who said the aim of the site was to sell quality Irish pieces."
"Louis Copeland has curated a collection of Irish design and craft, including homewares, skincare, pottery, stationary, and candles, for Made of Irish, an online shop for those looking to buy Irish."
"Louis Copeland, yes, he of the famous menswear store, has recently launched Made of Irish.
This is a hand-picked collection of Irish-made gifts, with a focus on homewares, cosy throws, handmade pottery, stationary, skincare, and candles."
"Made of Irish launched in Autumn of 2018 by Louis Copeland. They create hand-picked collections of Irish-made gifts, with a focus on homewares, cosy throws, handmade pottery, stationary, skincare and candles."