From beautiful pottery to finely sculpted ceramics, Ireland's craft industry is booming
Modern jewellers are reworking old designs to create unique contemporary treasures
The Blue Egg Gallery exhibits and sells contemporary craft works by Irish and international makers working in clay,...
Beautiful Antique Irish lace shop.
The Beach House Gallery Craft shop occupies a beautifully restored 1830’s building just a few moments walk from Dungarvan’s...
Mespil Road Farmers Market in Dublin city operates every Thursday from 11am-2.30pm. Visitors to the market will experience...
Muck'n'Muffins of Dunfanaghy, County Donegal sells an interesting collection of pottery modelled in its ground floor...
Inis Meáin Knitting Company on Inis Meáin Island, County Galway is a young company employing local skills to provide...
Oxfam books is a second-hand charity bookshop in the heart Dublin's Temple Bar selling a wide range of books and music.
The Gift Box stocks an exclusive range of celtic jewellery an more.
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