Handmade in Dublin, this family-run jewelry business creates special pieces of jewelry for its customers around the world to treasure.
Inspired by a passion of Ireland, this Westchester, New York Irish store had the perfect gifts for any occasion.
Third-generation, family-run, award-winning jewelry makers Solvar exports beautiful Irish jewelry worldwide.
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IrishCentral is delighted to recommend a number of Irish and Celtic shops across the US where you can find the perfect Father's Day gift!
In Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, County Antrim native Neville Gardner sought to bring a little taste of home to America. The result is Donegal Square shop and McCarthy’s Red Stag Pub and Whiskey Bar.
In the middle of a thriving Irish community in Annapolis, Mayland, you’ll find a very special store called Irish Traditions.
A staple of the Irish and Catholic communities in Denville, New Jersey, Irish shop Faith & Begorra has stepped up in a big way during the Covid-19 pandemic.
On one of the best main streets, in the quaintest tourist town in all of upstate New York, you’ll find Celtic Treasures - O’Donnell’s Irish Imports.
Tucked away in a quaint cottage in the resort area of Door County, Wisconsin, O’Meara’s Irish House brings a little bit of Ireland to Wisconsin.
Help your local Irish store continue doing what it does best: serving as an outpost of Irish culture in your area.
Looking for the best St. Patrick’s Day gifts? We’ve got you covered with top vendors and stores.
Looking for a St. Patrick's Day outfit with some style, and rugged authenticity? Guinness had teamed up with Carhartt for St. Patrick's Day 2020 to bring you the Guinness x Carhartt collection.
Irish knitwear and woven pieces are among the finest items you can buy for yourself or someone else.
Lee Valley Ireland is a family run business established by Denis Hurley in 1986. Loved the world over, this traditional Irish Clothing brand never forgets its roots.
A lovely piece of Irish jewelry is the perfect gift for someone special this St. Patrick’s Day - and no, there’s nothing wrong if you yourself are that special someone!
Your local Irish Shops throughout North America and Canada are purveyors of unique quality Celtic goods and are the beating heart of any Irish American or Celtic community!
With Christmas shopping in full swing, there is no better time to think about a gift for a loved one, family member or close friend.
IrishCentral’s Irish Christmas gift guide! Our top choices for Irish gifts you can snap up this Black Friday.
The North American Celtic Trade Association (NACTA) is the trade association for those involved in the sale and promotion of Irish and Celtic products in North America.
This weekend, the Celtic Showcase Chicago will connect retailers and sellers throughout the USA and Canada to bring the best of Irish and Celtic products to North America.
McHarp: Crosses with Meaning began designing crosses inspired by Celtic Christian historical memorials more than 20 years ago.
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Here come the Celtics! One hundred manufacturers from Ireland, Scotland, Wales, England and the USA will participate in Celtic Showcase Secaucus.
Looking to get a head start on your Christmas shopping? A stunning piece of Irish jewelry makes for an extra thoughtful gift.
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