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Waterford Crystal

Founded in 1783 by brothers William and George Penrose, with a vision to "create the finest quality crystal for drinking vessels and objects of beauty for the home”, Waterford still produces crystal which is sought after by collectors and connoisseurs around the world.

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Danu Ceramics

Danu Ceramics makes handcrafted ceramic homewares, wall art and jewellery inspired by travels, nature, wanderlust, antiquated trade routes and Ireland. The designs echo ancient artefacts from diverse cultures such as Celtic, Roman, European, Oriental and Mesoamerican and are made using deep, luxurious glazes.

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Clare O'Connor Scarves

Clare O’Connor launched her luxury brand of wearable art in 2018, with a first collection of silk and cashmere scarves in vibrant colour ways. Inspired by and based on her vibrant and unique paintings, the statement silk scarves are both versatile and luxurious.

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Caulfield Country Boards

Caulfield Country Boards are a small, family run, Irish business, making contemporary tableware and kitchen accessories that are practical, charming and innovatively designed. With an emphasis on quality and longevity, these distinctive pieces are designed and made in Carnaross, Co. Meath, Ireland from beautiful, sustainably sourced hardwoods.

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Doyle Design Jewellery

Situated high above the 19th century listed Georges Street Arcade in a hidden loft, are Irish jewellery designers and husband and wife duo, Barry and Addrianna Doyle of Doyle Design Dublin. A goldsmith and gem specialist respectively, they have been designing jewellery together for twenty years, with a special focus on quality, innovation and providing a personal experience for their customer.

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Skelligs Chocolate

An Irish family business based in South West Ireland, at St. Finians's Bay overlooking the magnificent Skelligs Rocks, Skelligs produce a vast range of chocolate products including truffles, bars, tablets, fudge which combine traditional methods and contemporary flavours and designs.

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