Greetings from Aran Sweaters Direct, makers of incredibly distinctive Irish Aran knitwear. We are dedicated to providing our clients with opulent and distinctive Irish traditional Aran knitwear. Whether it's an Aran sweater, Fisherman sweater, cable knit cardigan, or wool wrap, every item we make is made using the authentic Aran stitch patterns. When wearing our Aran clothing, we want our customers to experience the cool Atlantic breeze of the Aran Islands.
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Men's Aran Wool Accessories

Brown Tweed Baseball Cap

$19.95
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Women's Aran Clothing

Cable Knit Wool Bobble Hat

$34.95
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Women's Aran Clothing

Aran Shamrock Beanie Hat

$34.95
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Women's Aran Clothing

Cable Knit Shamrock Pom Pom Hat

$34.95
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Women's Aran Clothing

Aran Knit Loop Scarf

$39.95
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Womens Irish Wool Accessories

Aran Beanie Pom Pom Hat with buttons

$39.99
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Women's Aran Clothing

Aran Snood With Buttons

$39.99
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Women's Aran Clothing

Aran Wool Scarf With Shamrocks

$49.95
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Women's Aran Clothing

Soft Aran Knit Scarf

$49.95
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Women's Aran Clothing

Cable Knit Scarf with Shamrocks

$49.95
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Women's Aran Clothing

SuperSoft Merino Cable Knit Scarf

$59.95
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What materials did Celts use for Jewellery?

    The Celts used a variety of materials and designs in their jewelry. The most commonly used were gold, silver, enamel and bronze. However, rarer materials like coral and tin were also in use. An alloy of gold and silver called ‘electrum’ was used in jewelry worn by chieftains and warriors. They also used stones like amethyst, turquoise, jade and lapis lazuli. Most stones had specific meanings attached to them and radiated healing energies, which the Celts used extensively.

  • What types of celtic jewelry can i buy?

    All our designs are inspired by ancient Celtic jewelry and are rooted in Celtic cultures and beliefs. We offer a wide selection of products – including necklaces and earrings in multiple designs. Many of these incorporate Celtic symbols like the Tree of Life, Ogham, Claddagh and the Trinity Knot. Gold shamrock necklaces and earrings are also a popular product in our inventory. You can also buy romantic accessories for the special someone in the Mo Anam Cara Collection.

  • What is celtic Jewelry?

    Most Celtic jewelry comes from the Iron Age in Europe. It refers to a specific style of jewelry designed and worn by the Celtic peoples in Ireland, originating in Switzerland. It is believed to have been developed between 2000 BC – 550 AD. You might know Celtic jewelry for its crosses and the ‘Tree of Life’, but it is much more than that. Designs from this period are usually geometric patterns and are wrought in metals like gold, silver, and bronze.

  • What does celtic jewellery symbolise?

    A variety of symbols can be found in Celtic jewelry. While it is often deeply symbolic in different ways, Celtic jewelry foremost signifies an attachment and reverence to an ancient civilization. One can find popular symbols like the ‘Tree of Life’, ‘Triskele’, ‘Trinity Knot’ and ‘Claddagh’ and ‘Shamrock’ in jewelry from this time. Symbols have specific meaning, but they represent healing, harmony, balance of life and strength. Celtic jewelry pays homage to the close and reciprocate relationship between nature and humanity, and heaven and earth.

  • Where do you deliver to?

    We ship all over Canada and the United States, Australia and Europe, including Ireland. We have also extended our delivery to the rest of the world for an $80 charge. We offer free shipping via USPS and AN Post which takes about 14 days. Paid shipping via FedEx ($20 in USA and Canada) takes 2-4 days. You are notified about shipping costs for different locations when you add products to your cart. All our shipping practices ensure the safety of your product – which you will receive in pristine condition.

  • How Long does delivery take?

    Delivery time depends on availability of your product. We usually dispatch your orders within 2 working days after your confirmation. Shipping is done five days a week. Delivery time depends on location and the service used. Free delivery via USPS takes 12-14 days while paid delivery via FedEx takes 3-4 days. In Australia and New Zealand, delivery can take up to 21 days. You can use expedited delivery options available on our website for faster delivery.

  • Where are your products made?

    All our jewelry is made in Ireland. We support local artists and ensure safe and protected working conditions. We are registered with the Assay Office of Ireland. We have been given the Hallmark of Ireland and the Mark of Fineness. Our jewelry is manufactured and hallmarked in Ireland. All our jewelry meets the highest standards of quality – metal and design. It reaches you only after meticulous inspection and examination.

  • Learn More about Women’s Aran Clothing

    Our traditional celtic jewelry collection showcases handmade jewelry featuring Celtic designs, Giants Causeway Collection, and other Irish design jewellery.

    Roots of the the Aran Sweater

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    All designs are designed and made in Ireland as well as hallmarked in the Irish Assay Office which is based in Dublin Castle, Ireland and is a sign of quality and purity.

    Price includes Free Shipping to North America & all taxes & duties paid.


    Ladies Aran Clothing

    Each Aran knit we create is meticulously made with the highest standards. We provide the widest selection of Aran apparel in the world. This guarantees that you, the buyer, can choose an Aran style that complements your own appearance. Hand knitting is used to create sweaters employing the classic Aran stitching patterns, which have evolved into a classic fashion item and wardrobe mainstay. This is why we think it's important to provide our clients with the widest selection of Aran sweaters online. Our goal is for you to be able to choose your sweater, cardigan, or blanket with the assurance that it will bring you joy and warmth for the rest of your life. The raw ingredients for our Aran begin on the backs of nearby sheep, go through a number of steps, and embark on a singular journey from shearing to spinning to knitting to weaving to adorning your shoulders. We are firm believers in selecting only the purest, most gorgeous, and extraordinarily soft wool types for you. These natural fibers provide a variety of benefits, such as the capacity to withstand smells, moisture, and dirt. Wool also dries the skin of moisture and is a superb insulator, keeping you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. The best knitters in Ireland, our craftspeople have spent years honing their artisan abilities to manufacture Aran knits with great care and attention, ensuring that every feature, pattern, and stitch is captured in each and every garment. Protecting and caring for your Aran Sweater A true Aran sweater is a labor of love that frequently takes months to complete. The highest grade Merino wool is used exclusively while hand weaving each sweater. You can stay warm and dry even on rainy and snowy days because to the fabric's inherent warmth and water resistance. Your Aran Sweater will easily last a lifetime with appropriate care. You will need to treat your sweater with more care than you would a piece of clothing you picked up off the rack, though, because we only use premium materials and 100 percent pure wool. Hand washing is usually recommended for Aran sweaters. To care for your Aran Sweater: o Hand wash only. Wool fibers are easily damaged by heat and harsh chemicals like bleach. Machine washing risks loosening the fabric and damaging your sweater. o Do not tumble dry or dry clean. Avoid applying direct heat to your wool sweater. Hot steams and tumble dryers risk damaging the delicate wool. o Never wring or hang-dry. Wet wool stretches easily, which will cause your Aran Sweater to lose its shape as the tight weave loosens. o Wash your sweater only when necessary. Often times, simply laying your Aran Sweater out in the fresh air is enough to leave it smelling clean and new. Here's how to hand wash your Aran Sweater: 1. Turn your Aran Sweater inside out and submerge it in a basin of cool or tepid water. 2. Add one or two squirts of a delicate wool shampoo to the water, to help remove dirt and stains. 3. Gently swish your Aran Sweater through the water. Allow it soak for 10 minutes. 4. Rinse your Aran Sweater twice. Then gently press out the water on the side of the basin. 5. Dry your sweater flat. Try placing your Aran Sweater between a towel until all the moisture has drained.
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