Our new Seaweed Face Mask is a highly versatile product that can be used as a Face Mask, Bath Soak, or Exfoliator. You can add Epsom salts and Himalayan Rock Salt giving you a detoxifying Bath Soak, add Oil or Gel giving you an Exfoliator that will help get rid of Dead and Dry Skin.
100% Organic and Vegan
Oyster Gastronomy from two World Gourmand Award-winning food writers Máirín Uí Chomáin & Michael O’Meara contains over 100 recipes featuring this exceptional seafood accompanied by stunning photography by Walter Pfeiffer and Michael O’Meara.
Books of taste created with passion in the heart of Connemara by Artisan House
“Redemption” is an album of entirely original music written by Seanie Vaughan. It was inspired by the music Seanie grew up listening to in his family pub in Connemara, by the various characters Seanie has encountered and by the ruggedness of the landscape of the area he was born in.
Rí na Mara Shower Gel with natural active seaweed extracts, tones stimulates and invigorates skin.
Rí Na Mara Detoxifying & Remineralising Foaming Bath Immerse yourself in this luxurious and relaxing seaweed soak, and just feel the tension disappear.
Rí Na Mara Seaweed Bath is harvested and air dried off the West Coast of Ireland. Mineral and vitamin rich Seaweed soak, helps relax, detox and re-energise. Seaweed Baths have been used for generations for health and healing the skin and body. Immerse yourself in this relaxing, mineral rich seaweed soak, and just feel the tension disappear. With Rí na Mara Seaweed bath you can create a luxurious spa experience in your own home.
Sea Gastronomy provides an encyclopaedic culinary study of the huge variety of fish and shellfish in the North Atlantic – an essential companion for any fish-lover’s Kitchen.
Small Flora Square Dish with Grass impressed detail. Great for candles, trinkets or just decorative stand alone pieces. Porcelain and Grey glaze.
Strands of Omey’s Story – by Bernadette Conroy
Omey Island of Claddaghduff in Connemara is the subject of a book by a local lady Bernadette Conroy charting its remarkable history, archaeology and people.
An Island, Its Life, People and History
Connemara Island Publications
First Publishd in 2016 by Connemara Island Publications,
“Tae on the Bog”
Joseph Gibson and Michael Carey
Joseph is from Letterkenny in Donegal and Michael is from Clifden, Connemara, Galway. They got together by chance in 2010 and have played music together ever since.
This album is a blend of what they like to do from folk to Irish Rock.
All Tracks arranged by CareyGibson
NEW Album out now
“Tae on the Bog”
1 Step it out Mary – 4:06 (Sean Mc Carthy)
2 Tae on the Bog – 3:15 (Michael Carey)
3 Beeswing – 4:22 (Richard Thompson)
4 Green Fields of France – 5:30 (Eric Bogle)
5 The Foggy Dew – 4:36 (Canon O‘Neill)
6 The Town I Loved So Well – 6:26 (Phil Coulter)
7 Flag stones of memories -3:18 (Reels, Trad Arr.)
8 Working man – 4:32 (Rita MacNeil)
9 The Homes of Donegal – 3:36 (Séan Mc Bride)
10 Celi House Mash – 7:21 (Carey Gibson & Tommy Conway)
Tapestry of Light – Ireland’s bogs and wetlands as never seen before
Poetry by John Sheahan
Tina Claffey is a nature photographer with a love for Ireland’s bogs and wetlands. Her stunningly beautiful images reveal the commonplace as something new and exotic. For almost 10 years, she lived and worked in pristine wilderness areas in Botswana, and this experience awakened an appreciation of the natural world of her home country. Tina’s observations and unique perspective of the flora and fauna of the unspoilt raised bogs and wet woodlands of the Irish midlands are celebrated in her new book Tapestry of Light – Ireland’s bogs and wetlands as never seen before.
This hard back, 156 page, highly illustrated and beautifully designed book will be a quality gift for corporate and private exchange and will ensure that the receiver will never view the boglands in quite the same way again.
The Black Stuff Handmade Aromatherapy Soap
Lovely bubbly handmade aromatherapy soaps made with only pure essential oils, natural ingredients and SLS Free. Great for all skin types, even the most sensitive!
Cedarwood and vanilla very similar in look to a well known beverage frequented in local public houses.