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Irish Jewelry Retailer 'Celtic Promise' to Scout New Talent at Ireland's Creative Expo

Leading online Irish jewelry store 'Celtic Promise' announces plans to start 2014 by scouting new designer talent at Showcase Ireland, Ireland's Creative Expo.

New York, NY (PRWEB) December 31, 2013

Following a strong year of international jewelry sales in 2013, leading online Irish jewelry store announces plans to scout for new designer talent this January at ‘Showcase Ireland’, Ireland's biggest jewelry and craft trade show. With its promise of 'heritage jewelry with a contemporary twist' Celtic Promise aims to seek out and find beautiful hand crafted jewelry from leading Irish goldsmiths.

“The feedback from our customers is that they are no longer looking for throw-away fashion jewelry”, says Celtic Promise co-founder Síofra Hill. “We want to respond by adding new and exciting Irish designers and handmade heirloom jewelry to add to our store”.

With designs inspired by Ireland's wild landscapes and rich cultural past, already showcases jewelry by thirteen of Ireland’s leading designers including Martina Hamilton (Sligo), Brian De Staic (Kerry), John Condron (Dublin) and Linda Uhlemann (Dublin), and aims to connect customers to Ireland’s exciting contemporary culture. “The level of craftsmanship and attention to detail of the Irish goldsmith is incredible” adds Hill “and is something we passionately believe deserves to be shared with an international audience”.

While fine Celtic jewelry continued to be the leading product range for this online store, interest in their more contemporary statement jewelry is growing year on year. At this year’s Showcase, the Celtic Promise team aim to sign up new talent who will connect with their existing customer base, both of Irish and international heritage. The store distinguishes itself from dated competitor sites by taking a fresh angle on an ancient Irish craft, and by representing a more contemporary and modern Ireland.

Showcase Ireland takes place in Dublin from 19-22 January and Hill and her Celtic Promise team plan to start adding new designers to their online store in the spring of 2014. Anything you find in the store will be representative of the founders’ Irish heritage, which is the premise upon which the company is building the Celtic Promise brand.

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About Celtic Promise

Founded in 2010, online retailer Celtic Promise was started by Irish born entrepreneur Siofra Hill. The website promotes the talents of Irish jewelry designers to an International audience. With a product offering of over 700 traditional Celtic jewelry and contemporary Irish jewelry products, Celtic Promise has quickly become one of the leading Irish jewelry companies selling online in the US and Internationally.

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