Springtime gifting: Irish tabletop elegance

Cheers! Slainte!
St. Paddy’s revelry also means springtime gifting. Graciously.
Irish crystal is a classic +  springtime tabletop finery.
Discover the Menu Shoppe “finds”…
Cashs of Ireland is acclaimed as best purveyor of Irish crystal. cashs.com
This fine crystal  is hand cut, and  manufactured at the Cashs facility in Waterford, Ireland.
May the hinges of our friendship never grow rusty. And our ale never turn musty.
Especially when quaffing from fine Cashs crystal.
New for St. Paddy’s Day 2012.
A charming crystal tankard representing the wooden barrel.
Crystal wine bottle stopper that imparts a touch of panache to any wine bottle.
Cashs also features the classic Belleek Shamrock tabletop.  cashs.com/belleek/belleekspecials
Always classic, always elegant featuring the hallmark sprays of shamrocks that adorn the iconic Belleek basketweave pattern.
Belleek Pottery has been hand-crafting fine porcelain in County Fermanagh, Ireland since 1857. Or visit the official Belleek site for other contemporary tabletop  belleek.ie
A new modern tabletop design is Lines and features a casual array of stunning Irish tabletop. Also modern crystal like the stunning Belleek Solace  displaying modern looks amid meticulous craftsmanship.
Such finery can only have finest Irish linen for its tabletop settings. Notably, Thomas Ferguson & Co. offering quality Irish linen since 1854  fergusonsirishlinen.com
Considered the finest quality linen damask woven–over 230 threads are tightly woven into every square inch imparting wonderful natural lustre and sheen. Their Cavan Cross pattern is an example of exquisite pure linen featuring hand drawn threadwork.
St. Patrick’s Day is an enchanted time — a day to begin transforming winter’s dreams into summer’s magic. Cheers! Slainte!
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