Looking a gift horse in the mouth may turn a party into an etiquette lesson, whereas looking a gift basilisk in the eyes will turn the birthday girl to stone. Give curse-free gifts and goods with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of gifts and Celtic goods at Things Celtic.
Things Celtic's eclectic collection of curios, most imported directly from Ireland, Scotland, Wales, and Cornwall, pays homage to Celtic and Celtic-American traditions. With more than 5,000 items lining its walls, Things Celtic provides collectors and gift hunters with a panoply of goods that include birthstone beads, belts and buckles, books and wedding accessories. Cover up an empty wall or replace a kilt lost by performing a Marylyn Monroe impersonation atop an overzealous vent with a selection from its patriotic collection of flags (all $9.95). Celtic-themed T-shirts assist in celebrating a noble lineage ($15–$24), and pleasant teas and teacups ($9.95–$19.95) and assorted Celtic gifts ($12.95+) give buyers a taste of culture across the pond. In an effort to stay as green as the isles it celebrates, Things Celtic offers complimentary tote bags for shoppers who spend $50 or more. Additionally, each time shoppers return with their totes, they will receive $1 off their next purchase.
A proud staple in the Austin Celtic community, Things Celtic has been celebrating its heritage for more than a decade. The store remains active locally, often hosting local Celtic musicians and other special events.
Things Celtic recreates a vibrant version of Ireland and Scotland through an extensive collection of handmade and unique imports. A library of literature feeds historical, culinary, or cultural appetites, and traditional Irish and Scottish teas transport flavors from across the Atlantic. Silver jewelry bends and weaves in the shape of traditional Celtic knots, crosses, charms, and frames surround Ogham artwork, a rare and vertical form of writing from ancient Ireland. Things Celtic also helps friends passionately display their heritage through flags and traditional and custom-made kilts. The hotbed of Celtic pride also takes part in local events, such as music festivals, beer tastings, and seminars on James Joyce's pop-up books.
1806 W 35th St.
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