From beautiful pottery to finely sculpted ceramics, Ireland's craft industry is booming
Modern jewellers are reworking old designs to create unique contemporary treasures
Established in 1985, David Wolfenden Antiques specializes in very fine quality antiques.
Around the corner from Belleek Pottery, Gilmartin's offers a range of Irish jewelry and gifts.
Cleo specialises in Irish clothing and handknits made from natural fibres. Located in Dublin City, Cleo sell handknit...
Specialists in traditional and contemporary Irish crafts, linen, jewellery and knitwear since 1963.
Evergreen on Mainguard St opened in 1992 & is located in the heart of Galway city. It has two floors and specialises...
Visit the workshop and experience the traditional Irish Craft of Hurl making.
The Irish Farmers Market hold a market at Leopardstown Racecourse, County Dublin, every Friday from 10am-4pm. Shoppers...
Derryveagh Crystal is located in Letterkenny, County Donegal. It is Donegal's only producer of mouth blown, hand cut...
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