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Chirtening Present!!!

NatD Avatar
9y, 10m agoPosted 9 years, 10 months ago
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I am in need of some advice! I am off to Ireland in a couple of weeks for my Neice's Christening.

I am after suggestions on unique and 'special' presents that we could get! Don't want to break the bank, but want something nice.

Have looked at trust funds and saving certificates but for some crazy reason, only the parents of the child can set these up!!!!!

Anyone?
NatD Avatar
9y, 10m agoPosted 9 years, 10 months ago
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#1
BTW - That should say Christening lol, can any mod edit please?
#2
How much have you got in mind to spend?
#3
Between £50 - £100!
#6
Well, I was hoping for something Celtic, or of Irish origin!!!!
1 Like #7
OK,

This is very nice:-

QU14 Irish Christening Quaich
19mm tall.
The quaich is used as a loving cup in Scotland and is given as a gift at weddings and christenings and many other occasions.

The Irish inscription on this quaich 'Nuabheirthe' means 'New Born'. The triscele in the centre is an ancient Celtic symbol of union and represents the trinity of Father, Mother and Child

http://www.piratenation.co.uk/images/stjustin/QU14.jpg

£22.50:-
http://www.piratenation.com/stjustin_products/christening_gifts.php?Search=&offset=8
#8
dinosteveus
OK,

This is very nice:-

QU14 Irish Christening Quaich
19mm tall.
The quaich is used as a loving cup in Scotland and is given as a gift at weddings and christenings and many other occasions.

The Irish inscription on this quaich 'Nuabheirthe' means 'New Born'. The triscele in the centre is an ancient Celtic symbol of union and represents the trinity of Father, Mother and Child

http://www.piratenation.co.uk/images/stjustin/QU14.jpg

£22.50:-
http://www.piratenation.com/stjustin_products/christening_gifts.php?Search=&offset=8


What a lovely gift idea dino.:)
#9
palspal
What a lovely gift idea dino.:)

Thanks :thumbsup:
Very nice price as well. :thumbsup:
#10
Thanks - looks nice!
#11
NatD
:?

Have looked at trust funds and saving certificates but for some crazy reason, only the parents of the child can set these up!!!!!

Anyone?


Not sure if the following is any good for you but at 10% AER it's a good deal and will give a child good start on the savings ladder. You don't have to be the parent to apply.


http://www.halifax.co.uk/savings/childregularsaver.asp
1 Like #12
I like the quaich was gonna sugest that how about you name a star to go with it https://www.universal-gifts.com/shop/cengine/shop/home2.html?gclid=COTM1JCriIoCFRq8QAodf0pueg
#13
jennybubbles
I like the quaich was gonna sugest that how about you name a star to go with it https://www.universal-gifts.com/shop/cengine/shop/home2.html?gclid=COTM1JCriIoCFRq8QAodf0pueg



that is such a great/lovely idea, thanks very much, we have quite a few special occasions going on this year and this would be a different idea. :thumbsup:
#15


thats also very good idea, you lot amaze me as to how you find all these different ideas, this would be good for my mums 60th in march, as what do you a woman who has everything, so thanks very much :thumbsup:

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