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  1. Phelim Byrne Cookery Academy

    Wexford Town, Wexford

    Phelim Byrne’s Cookery Academy is based in Wexford Town, County Wexford and is based on giving a professional, yet relaxing experience whilst advancing culinary repertoire with courses designed to suit all levels of skill, tastes and interest. Read more

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  2. Castle Arch Pottery

    Kilkenny City, Kilkenny

    Castle Arch Pottery is a studio producing and selling pottery. Each piece is made in small production batches on the potter’s wheel, allowing great attention be paid to decorative details. Read more

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  3. Dunbrody Country House Cookery School

    Arthurstown, Wexford

    Dunbrody Cookery School is located just opposite Dunbrody Country House in Arthurstown, County Wexford. It has been designed to cater for all levels of cooks, from budding enthusiasts to the experienced gourmet. Read more

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  4. Jerpoint Glass Studio

    Thomastown, Kilkenny

    For thirty-five years the craftsmen at Jerpoint have created beautiful handmade glassware. From the studio in Stoneyford, each piece is handmade using simple hand tools and 2000 year old traditions. Members of MADE in Kilkenny. Read more

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  5. Kiltrea Bridge Pottery

    Enniscorthy, Wexford

    It is here that the centuries old handthrown pottery tradition of the Enniscorthy area has been rekindled. Kiltrea Bridge Pottery is located 3.5 miles from Enniscorthy. Read more

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  6. Cooking Classes at Eden Hall

    Ballyragget, Kilkenny

    Cooking Classes at Eden Hall provides cooking demonstrations, using fresh local produce, for all groups from novices to experienced cooks. Read more

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  7. The Bridge Pottery

    Cuffes Grange, Kilkenny

    Irish pottery, individually handmade and hand painted tiles and ceramics by Mary O'Gorman and Mark Campden, A very warm welcome to the best of Irish ceramics at The Bridge Pottery.
    Mark Campden came to live in Ireland in 1991, he works from his studio in Burnchurch near Callen. Most of his designs come from the natural world. He also draws inspiration from other sources, including English Medieval, Italian majolica and Islamic pottery. Mark works in earthenware clay, with tin-glaze and oxide decoration

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  8. The Irish Handmade Glass Company - Kite Design Studios

    Waterford City, Waterford

    Located in the Kite Design Studio,Henrietta Street, The Irish Handmade Glass Company aims to bring the craft of glass making to life for visitors to the historic Viking Quarter of Waterford city. Read more

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  9. Clay Creations

    Thomastown, Kilkenny

    Brid Lyons is an artist based in Thomastown in Co Kilkenny who is inspired by the style of the 1920’s. Her Ladies won first prize for innovation at Showcase 2002. Brid also makes a range of delightful ceramic eggs. Read more

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  10. Felix Faulkner Jewellery Studio

    Tallow, Waterford

    It is well worth the drive to visit the picturesque workshop and studio of jewellery designer- maker Felix Faulkner. Felix uses gold, silver, bronze and brass in her jewellery, sometimes incorporating other interesting materials such as wood and stone. Read more

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