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Cleo specialises in Irish clothing and handknits made from natural fibres. Located in Dublin City, Cleo sell handknit...
Newbridge Silverware has a factory showroom with a shop, selling goods such as silver plated photo frames, trays, famous...
At Robinson Goldsmith Family jewellers we design, manufacture and repair jewellery.
There is amazing choice on offer at the Alternative Bread Company in Cork city. There are baskets of fresh bread including...
Kilclooney Country Market is a local market located in Portnoo, Co. Donegal
Kates Farm Shop is a rural shop in Wexford town stocking fresh local seasonal foods.
Derryveagh Crystal is located in Letterkenny, County Donegal. It is Donegal's only producer of mouth blown, hand cut...
MacDonagh Junction is the largest shopping centre in the South East with 40 retailers and 6 food outlets. It incorporates...
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