Get your Christmas presents sorted ahead of time by shopping this Black Friday from one of these trusted Irish stores.
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An Irish store in Pennsylvania has created a specially designed tartan, adding a unique Celtic twist to products supporting cancer research and helping the people who have been diagnosed and are in the fight for their lives.
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Opened by Terry Kast seventeen years ago, Celtic Ranch has grown to sell the finest of Irish clothing, jewelry, pet collection and even has a Whiskey Snug instore.
Things Celtic has been named Best Specialty Retailer in an Excellence Awards program by Gifts and Decorative Accessories magazine.
Handmade in Dublin, this family-run jewelry business creates special pieces of jewelry for its customers around the world to treasure.
Mucros Weavers have designed contemporary and traditional styles for over thirty years in Muckross House, a nineteenth-century Victorian mansion in Killarney National Park.
A Celtic knot a symbol for unity and the Irish tradition of dance are married in this Boru jewelry collection.
Looking for a present for a loved one or maybe a new outfit for your wardrobe? You will find all of this and much more when you shop at these Irish stores.
The Irish store in Denville, New Jersey shares the history behind their most popular sellers including The Celtic Jewelry Studio collection.
Irish retailer Lee Valley Ireland, based in the small village of Inchigeelagh, West Cork, has some exciting business developments planned for next year.
Moya and Aidan Rush from County Galway run the cozy Irish boutique in quaint Spring Lake, New Jersey.
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Inspired by her Irish connections Ashley Rooney opened Celtic Aer, a charming Irish and Scottish import store located in the town of Shrub Oak in New York.
Solvar Irish Jewellery has been part of making memories, of journeys back home and of family celebrations and milestones since 1941.
Take a sneak peek at Erin Knitwear's upcoming collection from tapestry handbags and silk scarves to vibrant hats.
Wrap up on a chilly summer's evening with a traditional Irish Aran cardigan or Merino sweater from the Tinker's Cart.
Liza Hendley Betz from County Dublin opened Fáilte after she noticed a great demand for Irish products in the area.
If you can't get to Ireland this year, these shops will bring you closer to the Emerald Isle with their selection of clothes, homeware, and jewelry.
The Tinker's Cart is the purveyor of all things Irish in the heart of Massachusetts. They have everything from classic Irish clothing and jewelry to subscription boxes and traditional coat of arms.
O'Meara's Irish House offers a treasure trove of Irish goods, a cosy cottage rental, as well as unforgettable tours to Ireland.
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