Favourite jewellery finds from Ireland’s creative expo

MYTHS and legends established in treasured metals, Celtic legends occur to lifetime in silver and gold and important gems even though the sheen of modern day style and design requires on flowing styles in pendants, rings, bracelets and earrings these were being the hallmark items so not too long ago highlighted at Showcase Eire.

Earlier this month, jewelry makers, wholesale distributors and craftspeople returned to their studios immediately after a successful 4 days at the inventive expo in the RDS Dublin Eire, continuing to innovate new variations and patterns when drawing on tradition from all that has gone in advance of.

Right here are a several favourites with the team at Pynck.com from Showcase Ireland drawn from across the length and breadth of Eire, and we hope you get pleasure from.


Kilkenny Silver, Cappagh, Inistioge, Co. Kilkenny Eire

KilkennySilver, Cappagh, Inistioge, Kilkenny Eire

The on the web wholesaler with a relatives enthusiasm for the new, the basic and traditional in Celtic style and design jewelry, Kilkenny Silver has been on the go because launching in 1988, very first when Martin Walsh opened as a new organization and presently with sons Daniel and Jack. Legends of the Claddagh ring, the Young children of Lir, the Shamrock and St Brigid and much more have been captured and preserved in silver and other important metals and curated in the on the internet store at https://kilkennysilver.com and at participating stockists throughout Ireland.


Aria V, Dublin Eire

Aria V, Dublin Eire

Designer Varya Namsaraeva founded Aria-V jewellery, creating individually handcrafted items in Dublin studio using the very best all-natural stones sourced from all-around the entire world. Drawing inspiration from her Mongolian heritage Varya creates timeless patterns with references to the elegance of mother nature as very well as Tibetan,, Indian Aztec and Roman classical jewellery. Just about every piece in the on the web store at https://aria-v.com reflects Oriental and urban influences collectively in collectible, modern day heirlooms that face up to the take a look at of time and tendencies.


Sandia Dublin Ireland

Sandia Dublin, Eire

Designer Betzy Nina moved to Eire in 2010 from Venezuela and hardly ever looked again, going on due to the fact 2017 to deliver pieces impressed ocean blue waves on gentle sandy shorelines and tropical rainforests. Her fragile items which can be viewed and acquired on the web at https://sandiadublin.com like necklaces, bracelets and earrings are crafted from a colourfully curated collection of wooden, rubber and acrylic set in a selection of metals this sort of as brass and filigreed metals.


Glendalough Jewelry, Wicklow Eire

Glendalough Jewelry, Wicklow Ireland

Impressed with a new and exclusive expression of historic Celtic artwork and style, designer Oisin Costello draws his inspiration from the extensive forgotten 12th Century illuminated Reserve of Glendalough, currently residing at Oxford College. Each individual finely comprehensive piece in cherished metals is a uniquely interpreted structure drawn from vibrant illuminated manuscripts, preserved permanently in silver and gold. Items by Oisin Costello like rings, hair clasps and brooches are available from the on line store at https://glendaloughjewellery.ie.


Annie Quinn Jewellery, Donegal Ireland

AnnieQuinn Jewelry, Donegal Ireland

Drawing inspiration from the rugged landscape of her native house in the Glen Glenties Donegal, the Wild Atlantic Way close by, the scent of burning turf and the songs of the area jeweller Annie Quinn makes parts influenced by the Irish culture, the landscape and historic stone architecture. Her ‘Seisiun’ and ‘Clochan’ collections as well as her GPO (Standard Publish Business office) 1916 Witness commemorative parts are available on the web at https://anniequinnjewelry.com and in Ireland at chosen outlets and in the Usa.


Impression credits: Michael Browne, Aria V Jewellery

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