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December’s Birthstones: Blue Topaz and Turquoise

December’s Birthstones: Blue Topaz and Turquoise

Posted by Jessie Tyler on 1st Dec 2020

Though there are two birthstones for the month of December, they have one overriding commonality: their rich blue hues. Topaz and turquoise are December’s birthstones, symbolizing honor and trust, prosperity and good fortune, wisdom, kindness and understanding. Though not as rare as some other bi …
How to Repair a Damaged Aran Sweater

How to Repair a Damaged Aran Sweater

Posted by Ima Ocon on 29th Nov 2020

An Aran sweater is one of the most reliable items that you can have in your closet. Since it’s practically iconic of Ireland, with more than a hundred years of tradition behind it, you can expect an authentic Aran sweater to be long-lasting and well-crafted. The thick yarn and complex stitching patt …
Fall Fashions for the Dapper Irish Gent

Fall Fashions for the Dapper Irish Gent

Posted by Adam Farley on 4th Nov 2020

While it may seem a little ways away, fall will be soon upon us, bringing with it cooler temperatures, bonfires, warm coffee, and more. Fall is the best time for fashion (spring is a close runner-up), and men’s styles are no exception. In this article, we’ll give you some top fall Celtic trends—a …
11 Irish Gifts for Fall Birthdays

11 Irish Gifts for Fall Birthdays

Posted by Ima Ocon on 2nd Nov 2020

When the days become progressively colder after the sweltering heat of summer and leaves start falling in a rainbow of colors, fall is here. From September to November, we honor fall in different ways—holding bonfires, carving pumpkins, picking apples, and taking more forest walks, to name a few. Ap …
How the Irish Created Halloween and Gave Us the Jack O’ Lantern

How the Irish Created Halloween and Gave Us the Jack O’ Lantern

Posted by Jessie Tyler on 30th Oct 2020

Halloween is based on one of the most ancient of Irish holidays, Samhain, known in the Christian calendar as All Saint’s Day but known to the Irish as the traditional beginning of the new year. But what many don’t realize is that it is this combination of pagan and Christian ritual in Ireland explic …
October's Birthstones: Tourmaline and Opal

October's Birthstones: Tourmaline and Opal

Posted by Jessie Tyler on 9th Oct 2020

Birthstones have can have so much meaning to those who wear them. They are also beautiful and full of color. You can make a pendant or ring a more special gift with the addition of a birthstone. And for those born in October, there are actually two birthstones to choose from: tourmaline and opal. De …