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Weir & Sons Christmas Party


by IMAGE
11th Dec 2014
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ciara o'doherty at weir & sons event

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Weir & Sons, along with Elie Bernheim, CEO of Swiss luxury watchmakers, RAYMOND WEIL, were delighted to celebrate an evening of festive cheer in their Grafton Street store last night, Tuesday December 9.

Guests were treated to champagne, nibbles and music from jazz quintet Jaime Nanci and The Blue Boys, and mind boggling illusions from magician Shane Black. Guests included stylists Maria Fusco, Lorna Weightman and Sonja Mohlich, presenter Ciara O ?Doherty, former Miss Ireland Emma Waldron and FM104’s Margaret Nelson.