Aidi MacDáibhi Celtic Jewellery
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Aidi Mac Dáibhi's silver and gold Celtic knot crosses are crafted in Ireland using delicate and ornate Celtic symbols.
Master goldsmith Aidi Mac Dáibhi’s purpose is making jewellery that gets worn every day.
Still, to this day, Aidi makes every single piece of jewellery he produces by hand.
Aidi uses age old traditional goldsmithing techniques that date back over 2,000 years. He uses hand tools that have not changed since ancient times.
Aidi applies patterns to rings and pendants with old tools that have been passed down through generations.
Indeed, Aidi Mac Dáibhi the artist, is the creative force behind each original and distinctive Celtic design. He takes inspiration from the hedgerows and wildflowers that surround him in the stunning countryside of Listowel, County Kerry and from the now famous Wild Atlantic Way.
Producing just a few new designs a year, Aidi works in the peace and tranquillity of his studio in Listowel. Pouring copious amounts of time into each design, he develops and crafts his designs using original sketches.