A $2.6 million Irish jewelry store is set to be moved from its home in the U.S. to Ireland to cut costs.
The jewelry box was built in 2012 and sells over 200,000 items, including necklaces, necklacing rings, and earrings.
The boxes cost about $2,700.
The Irish Embassy in New York said the shipment was made possible by a U.N. funding program, known as the “Irish Fund for Development.”
The embassy said the box will arrive in Ireland on April 1.
It will be shipped to the Republic of Ireland and will be held by the Irish Consulate in New Haven.
Irish jewelry company Jadot Group, which makes jewelry for many countries including the U: Irish Embassy in London said the jewelry box will be brought to Ireland for inspection by the U., where it will be inspected for quality.
Jadoteg said the company will send its product to the U and will work with Irish authorities to ensure that its product complies with Irish standards.
The U.K.-based company is known for its high-end products and its expertise in making fine jewelry.
Jadhoteg was founded in the 1980s by a group of British businessmen, including former British Prime Minister David Cameron.
The company has said it is expanding in Ireland to create a more robust, global marketplace for its products.