Irish Celtic Cross Men's American Apparel Tee

Irish Celtic Cross Men's American Apparel Tee - Men's T-Shirt by American Apparel
Irish Celtic Cross Men's American Apparel Tee - Men's T-Shirt by American Apparel
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Irish Celtic Cross Men's American Apparel Tee - Men's T-Shirt by American Apparel
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Irish Celtic Cross Men's American Apparel Tee - Men's T-Shirt by American Apparel
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Irish Celtic Cross Men's American Apparel Tee - Men's T-Shirt by American Apparel
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Irish Celtic Cross Men's American Apparel Tee - Men's T-Shirt by American Apparel
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Irish Celtic Cross Men's American Apparel Tee
Men's T-Shirt by American Apparel
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Jersey t-shirt for men, 100% cotton, Brand: American Apparel
$25.99
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Men's T-Shirt by American Apparel
This t-shirt is perfect for that tailored look. Throw it on under a sweater or sweatshirt, or wear it by itself with a pair of jeans or khakis.
  • 100% fine-combed jersey cotton (heather gray color is 90% cotton/10% polyester) | Fabric Weight: 4.3 oz (lightweight)
  • Wide range of sizes from S-3X available in a wide variety of colors
  • Durable double-stitched bottom hem and stretchable cotton collar for lasting comfort
  • Reinforced shoulder construction maintains shape after repeated washings
  • Made, processed and printed in the U.S.A.
Normal fit
  • Jersey t-shirt for men
  • 100% cotton
  • Brand: American Apparel

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Irish Celtic Cross Men's American Apparel Tee
Farmleigh is an estate of 78 acres situated to the north-west of Dublin's Phoenix Park, It was purchased by the Office of Public Works on behalf of the Government in June 1999 and developed in order to provide accommodation for visiting dignitaries and guests of the nation, for high level Government meetings and for enjoyment by the public. Farmleigh remains a unique representation of its heyday, the Edwardian period, when wealthy industrialists had replaced landowners as the builders of large mansions in Ireland. Their tastes were eclectic, mising a variety of architectural styles and decors. Edward Cecil Guinness first Earl of Iveagh, the great-grandson of Arthur Guinness, built Farmleigh around a smaller Georgian house in the 1880's. Many of the artworks and furnishings he collected for Farmleigh remain in the house on loan from the Guinness family to the State. The Benjamin Iveagh collection of rare books, bindings and manuscripts is held in the Library. The extensive pleasure grounds are a wonderful collection of Victorian and Edwardian ornamental features with walled and sunken gardens, scenic lakeside walks and a range of plants that provide both visual and horticultural interest throughout the seasons. The Estate also boasts a working farm with a herd of Kerry Black cows. Farmleigh is managed by Facilities Management Services at the Office of Public Works. Location: 5km from Centre of Dublin, in the Phoenix Park. Bus Route(s): Take the number 37 bus from Hawkins Street to the Castleknock Gate. Enter the park and take the pedestrian pathway to your right. The House is a fifteen-minute walk from the Castleknock Gate.