Welcome to Bill Leroy’s Irish Sea Celtic Shop website. We invite you to visit our store located at 117 Bridge Street in south Frankfort at the Singing Bridge, across the street from Rick's White Light Diner.
After ten and a half years, we will be CLOSING our storefront on Saturday, April 25, 2015. All store fixtures are for SALE - no reasonable offer refused -- and all store inventory is being sold at half the price marked.
The Irish Sea Celtic Shop offers a variety of Celtic products including a selection of Belleek china; food items; gold, silver, pewter, and porcelain jewelry; tartan caps, tams, and ties; posters; and music CDs — plus Scottish clan badges, kilt pins, etc., clan heritage books, key rings, post-its, and other clan jewelry.
In addition, we offer a wonderful selection of loose teas and tea accessories.
At the left of the screen, we offer a variety of items for sale online. Click on the top tab for new items and specials. Please come back often to find more products and great gift ideas for your family, your friends and even yourself. If you have questions or comments about the site, please let us know.
As an authorized seller of C.I.E. Tours, we would like to work with you in planning your next trip to Ireland, Scotland, and/or Wales. Our selection of tours include land-only prices, as well as with Airfare. And, prices are less at the beginning and end of the year. To see a listing of C.I.E. Tours, dates, and prices, and to book online if you wish, click on the "Travel CIE" link above. For more information on tours in general, and how we can help you, click on the "Travel" link above.
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We are usually open Tuesday through Saturday from 11 am thru 5 pm, closed Sunday and Monday. Some weekends we are closed to attend Scottish festivals, which are noted on the EVENTS tab above. If need be, please call ahead to make sure we are open. For more information, simply call (502) 223-9946 or send an e-mail to info@IrishSeaCeltic.com.
Items from Scotland, Ireland, and Wales since 2004