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Anniversary Sale EXTENDED

Anniversary Designed in Ireland Family Owned & Operated Supporting Irish design The Counties of Ireland

Anniversary Sale EXTENDED

ANNIVERSARY SALE IS EXTENDED THROUGH SATURDAY, JUNE 15TH!!! 20% OFF SALE!   No coupon code needed...discount will apply to your cart automatically.  Discount applies the following pieces & some exclusions do apply*: Jewelry Sweaters & Accessories by Ireland's Eye & Aran Woollen Mills Bill Baber Knitwear of Edinburgh  Lee Valley Shirts & Outerwear Lee River Belts & Accessories  McNutt of Donegal Throws & Accessories Bow Hats by Breege Walsh Tweeds Jackets, Capes and Accessories by Triona & Love Mo Chuisle *Sale is valid online Friday, May 31st through Friday, June 15th.  Discount applies to in stock merchandise only.  Sale does not apply to Clearance merchandise, diamond rings, wedding bands, Mother's Jewelry Collection, special order or personalized pieces. ...

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Ireland's Eye 2019 Collection - Trunk Sale

Anniversary Designed in Ireland Family Owned & Operated Ireland's Eye Knitwear Irish Made Supporting Irish design The Counties of Ireland

Ireland's Eye 2019 Collection - Trunk Sale

Join us Friday, May 31st & Saturday, June 1st for a peek at the 2019 Collection from Ireland's Eye - A New Dawn!  This Trunk Sale will include samples from this amazing new collection.  All samples will be for sale at 25% off the retail prices.  If you would like a piece from this gorgeous collection in a different size or color, you will receive 10% off a specially order garment just for you!  All samples will be in store sized in ladies medium and gents large.  This event will last 2 days and 2 days only!

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18 years & counting....

Anniversary Designed in Ireland Family Owned & Operated Handmade Irish Made Supporting Irish design The Counties of Ireland

18 years & counting....

18 years ago today I opened the doors to The Counties of Ireland...a 24 year old girl jumping both feet in and praying that others would love the exact things I adored about Ireland!  I remember that day like it was yesterday...it was a Thursday and it was a beautiful, sunny & warm day.  The store was filled with family, friends and local community members for my ribbon cutting...and I was a nervous wreck!  My family and friends are what got me through that day and have been the most amazing support for the last 18 years. Alot has changed...

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Product Spotlight for February - House of Lor Jewelry

Designed in Ireland Handmade House of Lor Irish Made Jewelry Rare Irish Gold Supporting Irish design

Product Spotlight for February - House of Lor Jewelry

House of Lor – a unique offering of Irish jewellery containing an exclusive piece of rare Irish gold. Exuding luxury, design and style, the collection has been inspired by Ireland’s rich tapestry of history, culture, art and folklore. Each piece has a precious amount of rare Irish gold woven into the heart of it – the same gold from deep beneath the Irish hills, which was fashioned over 2000 years ago into the artifacts now housed by the National Museum of Ireland. Our gold is ethically mined, which guarantees not only its purity and quality but also its distinctly Irish...

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Product Spotlight for September - Caulfield Country Board

Caulfield Country Boards Designed in Ireland Family Owned & Operated Handmade Irish Made Supporting Irish design

Product Spotlight for September - Caulfield Country Board

Caulfield Joinery was established in 1978 by John Caulfield, the original joiner. It was a highly successful business producing quality hardwood kitchens, windows, doors and furniture. Pearse Caulfield, the joiner/philosopher, joined the family business from a young age. On completion of an apprenticeship in joinery he then decided to return to university while still working as a joiner. He graduated from Trinity College, Dublin, in 2012, gaining a BA in philosophy. Louise Caulfield, the scientist/baker, studied a BA in natural science, specializing in geology, and graduated from Trinity College, Dublin in 2007. She lived in Western Australia for a number...

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