From beautiful pottery to finely sculpted ceramics, Ireland's craft industry is booming
Modern jewellers are reworking old designs to create unique contemporary treasures
Nooks and crannies in Crabtree Cottage. Clothing, gifts, bed-linen and interior accessories.
Forget-Me-Not Donegal Town is a craft and gift shop selling hand painted silk scarves, pottery, handbags, bog oak, turf...
Eddie Doherty is a well known handweaver based in Ardara, County Donegal. Eddie produces a wide range of traditional...
The Irish Celtic Craftshop is a treasure trove of gifts. A family run business since 1992, this shop has an ideal location...
Found in Clondalkin, Co Dublin, The Liffey Valley Shopping Centre is a shopper's paradise, with more than 75 retailers...
Derry gifts and souvenir shop.
Based in Fadó Antiques, Gifts & Gallery Framing, Main Street, Dingle, County Kerry, resident artist Patrick Hennessy...
Kerry Crafted Glass in Killarney, County Kerry is operated by glassblower Terence Mac Sweeney who moulds and blow each...
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