25th Aug 2016
Margaret O?Rourke is the proud visionary behind the MoMuse brand which produces contemporary trinkets that are as delicate as they are beautiful. Using 9kt gold, white gold, and precious gems and stones, O?Rourke has acquired a timeless collection including necklaces, bracelets, rings, and subtle earrings. The MoMuse store is located in the heart of Dublin’s creative quarter in Powerscourt Townhouse Shopping Centre. Shop here and follow MoMuse here
DesignYard is home to a wonderful array of Irish and European bespoke jewellery designers.?Located on south Frederick Street, Dublin 2, the unique space is a showcase for high-end Irish design and aims to give customers ?an enhances shopping experience with a luxurious gallery atmosphere?. The unique space, which is home to over 60 designers, stocks premium collections of engagement rings, partnership rings, and pieces by designers who work with pearls, gemstones, and diamonds. The bespoke retailer also offers a custom ring design experience.?
Goldsmith and designer Garrett Mallon?holds pride in producing high-quality jewellery with a distinctive Irish approach. Having acquired over 20 years of experience in the industry, Mallon specialises?in metalwork (platinum and gold) and semi-precious stones?and has created over 13 collections; each holding a distinctive taste of Irish heritage and culture. He currently lives and works in his custom-built workshop in?Carlingford. Shop his collections here and follow him here.
What began as a project 23 years ago in a small shed at the back of her house, Sabina Lenz has transformed into an expanding successful and passion-filled business. Her initial Celtic-inspired style with traditional manuscript prints and spiral has developed into clean-cut and modern designs, but still remains true to Sabina’s love of Celtic?traditions. The name Enibas originateded from the inverted spelling of Sabina. Shop her collection here and follow her here
Deirdre O’Donnell is a contemporary and fine jewellery designer and goldsmith based in Dublin. Now working in her field for over 30 years, O’Donnell has worked hard to master her craft selling customised life-long pieces of jewelerry using 18ct gold, platinum, silver, precious, and semi-precious gemstones. She also specialises in re-designing and unusual or bespoke gifts. ?Her creations are influenced by delicate Parisian style and her work has been sold all over the world. Shop her collections here and follow her here
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