From beautiful pottery to finely sculpted ceramics, Ireland's craft industry is booming
Modern jewellers are reworking old designs to create unique contemporary treasures
Mourne Markets is an indoor market based in Newcastle showcasing the best of local craft producers.
Established in 1981, the largest activity centre in Ireland, welcomes over 10,000 visitors ...
You will find nothing like these 400 year old gardens anywhere else in Northern Ireland.
Eason is Ireland's leading booksellers, newsagents and stationers. This branch, situated on Patrick Street Cork City,...
Located in the heart of Dublin City Centre, Peterson is a pipe manufacturer and distributor of Victorinox and Leatherman...
Mahon Point Farmers Markets is a weekly market in Cork city, County Cork. It provides locals and visitors with a diverse...
Bandon Pottery in Enniskeane, County Cork, sell high quality stoneware pottery handmade on the premises by Jane Forrester...
Macroom Farmers Market is a weekly event that takes place on a Tuesday morning in Macroom, County Cork. A selection...
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