Welcome to the home of the Certificate of Irish Heritage. The Certificate is an official Irish Government initiative to recognise the continuing emotional attachment of the descendants of those who left our shores to the land of their ancestors.

The Certificate recognises the enduring emotional ties and sense of identity bestowed by Irish ancestry.

The Official Certificate A Must-Have For Anyone With Irish Roots

  • Official Irish Government confirmation of your Irish roots
  • Collectors' piece for Irish people everywhere
  • Quality product will take pride of place in any home or office
  • An heirloom for the family to treasure
  • The perfect gift for anyone with Irish heritage
  • Choose Designs for Certificate of Irish Heritage
  • Order Certificate of Irish Heritage
  • Certificate of Irish Heritage Gift Cards

A Shared Heritage


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Ireland Heritage Certificates

Have you found your Irish Ancestor’s?

As a way of saying Happy St Patrick’s day we would like to offer you 10% off your certificate, simply add the code WWC9Wat the checkout in order to obtain this special offer.

There is a choice between three beautiful designs 1.The famous Emigrant ship which features in the National gallery of Ireland, 2.The West of Ireland or 3.The traditional Celtic Knot all of which will inspire the memories of your ancestors. Professional framing is also available free of charge.
The certificate is truly a treasured piece to own and will be sure to take pride of place in your home as a family heirloom that will last forever. This will give your future generations the chance to remember those that left our shores long ago…
This offer is valid until 31/3/13 Terms and Conditions apply

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The Fairytale Continues (December 5, 2013)

You really know Christmas is fast approaching in Ireland when Fairytale of New York begins playing on the radio. This quintessentially modern Irish Christmas carol encapsulates the loneliness of the emigrant experience, even though Ireland itself is never mentioned – … Continue reading