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Shopping for that Special Scottish Gift

Shopping for that Special Scottish Gift

For the gift that stirs your heart… new bagpipes or a kilt? A Harris Tweed Cape or hand-painted tile with a view of your favorite part of Scotland… find that ‘aww’ feeling here.

Whether it be for a Birthday, Anniversary, Wedding or just because you want to give a gift, if you are anything like myself, leaving it till the last minute then panicking because I can’t find what I’m looking for! Some more organized folk plan ahead and did shop round the Highland Games, however that has not been so easy after the Highland Games had to be cancelled due to Covid during 2021 and many still not back up and running in 2022.

Did you know that we have a nice selection of both stores you can visit and online stores specializing in Scottish products right here in the Northeast? You may recognize some of their names from vendors you may have seen at the Highland Games over the years. With a fabulous selection of all things Scottish, we can now access our favorite products any time of the year.

As mentioned on my page Scottish Shops Around New Englandsome of these shops attended some of the Highland Games, like Caledonia’s Best, Scottish Creations, Thistles and Things & Rablogan Castle. But did you know that these stores offer their products online? Some have a website that you can order their items directly from, these wonderful products are right at your fingertips. Others are available by email or phone.

For your ease, please see websites and contact details below.

Order online from:

Order by phone or email at:

  • Thistles and Things: Contact by email at  [email protected] or by phone on 207-841-3232
  • Rablogan Castle: Contact by email at [email protected] or by phone on 802-549-8928
  • Celtic Crossing: Contact by phone at 603-436-0200

Author and Curator

  • Marrying her love for great design and her love for Scotland, Hilary established Scottish Creations to introduce the very best Scottish designers to the US and Canada. Tapping into Scotland’s wealth of creative talent, today she is one of the leading advocates for fine Scottish design across North America.

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