Our store includes not only customized products, but select clothing items from brand name house hold names like Champion, Izod, WeatherProof, Adidas and more. For those in rural areas or that are home bound, we offer a separate clothing store containing thousands of items that can be purchased quickly with expedited service and shipping (hard to find larger sizes are available). We offer a wide selection of popular Celtic and Medieval books, Jewelry, Gifts, Accessories (such as caps and designer bags), Mouse Pads, Coat of Arms Plaques, Surname History PDF files, Bumper Stickers and Coat of Arms Downloads.
Coat of Arms Kavanagh is one of the very few ancient Gaelic Irish surnames which has neither the prefix Mac or O: it is wrong to
call it O Caomhanach in Irish as is sometimes erroneously done. In Irish it is simply Caomhanach which is an
adjective denoting assocation with Caomhan, in this case St. Caomhan, the first Kavanagh having been fostered by a
successor of that saint. It was not customary for.....
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The history of Ireland is sad, valiant, and courageous. Her people have been brave, and unconquerable. The history of Ireland extends back to prehistoric times and is accented by invasions, starvation, defeats and persecution.
For twelve centuries the Irish have fought to win their liberty until finally, in 1937 they won their independence from Great Britian. Ancient writings tell us how the three sons of Mileadh came to Ireland from Spain around 350 BC. The brothers, with their armies met and conquered the resident people in Ireland called the Tuatha De Danann. These people were tribes of scholars and warriors whose bronze arms were no match for the newer Spanish iron. The sons of Mileadh were a Celtic race and are sometimes called the Milesians.
The Tuatha De Danann were superior to the other resident tribes of Ireland, and were wise in the ways of speech, arts, manners, and the art of war. The chiefs of the De Danann were advised by the Druids whom they brought with them to Ireland. The Druids were thought to have magical powers, and insight into the next life, after death. Early Roman writings also records Druid activity, including those of Julius Caesar.
Soon, the powerful Celts from Gaul, or what is now France, conquered the island, and ruled for about fifteen centuries. They called themselves the Gaels, while the Romans knew them as Scots, or "raiders." These Scots named Ireland Eriu, (Erin) and the Romans called Ireland Hibernia. These Celts divided Ireland into petty kingdoms, each of which were ruled by a high chief, or king. They were a somwhat advanced society for the time, even having an advanced law called the Brehon Codes which protected the poor from the rich.
Our Sticker products come in a wide range of materials and sizes that can be
customized for your individual use. We have permanent stickers or removable
stickers that can be used many times on a number of surfaces. For glass surfaces
check out our transparent reversible stickers that can be displayed on the
interior of a car or your home or business window. For outdoor stickers we offer
WeatherProof stickers that we apply a special pigment ink to hold up against the
elements. We have a unique product pricing structure based on the size and
number of stickers you need.
1 Sticker = 5 x 7 inches
4 Stickers = 3 x 5 inches
6 Stickers = 2 x 3 inches.
This allows us to provide stickers at the lowest cost per sticker for our
customers and also allows us to provide larger size stickers for those that
require it. For the smaller size stickers this is a great opportunity to share
with your friends, family or clan folk!