Whether you're looking for contemporary classics, barely-there gems or outright regalia – our collection of talented Irish jewellers will certainly be able to pair you with the perfect gift.
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Given the year that was, Irish Tatler has dedicated its site to Irish-owned and loved businesses in the run-up to the festive season – a job made all the easier with the plethora of great minds running the homegrown jewellery design scene.
Take a look at just a few of the many incredible creative design teams below.
Dainty pieces – and showstopping iterations – for every occasion. Jewellery and bridal accessories can be handmade to order.
A firm favourite with millennials and nature-lovers alike, Chupi Sweetman's rings, necklaces and earrings are nothing short of spectacular.
3. Alan Ardiff
'Kinetic jewellery' with pieces that move, spin and turn as you do. Made from a combination of gold and silver, Ardiff's works are truly wearable art.
Inspired by the warmth and vibrancy of natural elements, award-winning jewellery designers Juvi source beautiful gemstones to create unique and beautiful pieces. They also offer eco-friendly delivery services.
Whether you’re looking for an engagement ring or a bespoke necklace, Stonechat Jewellers offer handcrafted, contemporary jewellery and an industry knowledge second-to-none.
A minimalist's dream. Dainty, delicate and in the richest shade of gold, you can't go wrong with a piece from A Box For My Treasure's bestseller list.
Opened back in 2007 on her return from New York, Loulerie is the brainchild of learned jeweller Louise Stokes. Her pieces – which have been described as thoughtful and whimsical – allow the wearer the opportunity to express their personal style.
8. Inner Island
Jewellery for people who love design. Understated forever pieces, handmade – and personalised – in the south-east.
Main image by @loulerie