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 Burren Perfumery Tea Rooms is set in a secluded spot amidst the beautiful flora and fauna of Ireland’s famous Burren...
Caherdaniel Market sells a range of fresh local produce, home-baking and crafts for both locals and visitors to enjoy....
Established in 1996, Chez Emily is chocolate-lovers heaven. The shop's shelves are crammed with every conceivable chocolate...
Welcome to Kilternan Country Market! The food and craft market was established more than 50 years ago. The market is...
Milltown Food Market takes place every Saturday and the Organic Store is open Tuesday to Saturday each week in Milltown,...
Cathedral Stamps is Dublin City's largest stamp and coin shop. Located off O'Connell Street, it sells Irish and foreign...
Kylemore Abbey is a breathtaking attraction in the west of Ireland. Pottery has been produced in Kylemore, County Galway,...
Set in the picturesque seaside village of Downings, in the north west of Donegal, McNutts Donegal Woollen Mill is a...
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