Ogham Irish Wishes

Ogham writing is Ireland’s Ancient script, often found inscribed on standing stones and in sacred places throughout Ireland’s rural landscape. The Ogham Alphabet is the earliest known form of Irish writing, it dates from the 1st century B.C. and was widely used  by the Celts for centuries.  Ancient Ogham writing can still be found on many standing stones throughout Ireland. Ogham is read from bottom to top. 

Ethel Kelly’s award winning range of hand painted Ogham Wishes continue to enchant and delight. At her traditional workshop in Knockcroghery village in County Roscommon each Ogham is individually painted by Ethel on hand made paper and beautifully framed in a contemporary black wooden frame. They are quite charming in their simplicity!

Custom marriage plaques consisting of both names together in one frame are extremely popular wedding gifts.
A child’s name painted in Ogham makes a thoughtful and unique gift for a newborn baby.

Ogham Art can be used to mark nearly any occasion 

While uniquely Celtic, Ogham Wishes have a universal appeal.  Each Ogham gift is accompanied by an explanatory text outlining the history of Ogham writing with the Gaelic and English translations. Ogham Wishes artistically celebrate Ireland’s ancient culture and heritage.


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