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Gift shops in Carlow, Kilkenny, Tipperary, Waterford and Wexford.
A visit to Ireland would not be complete without taking some time to shop. There is an extensive range of shops available to the visitor who wants to take souvenirs home. Choose from a wide choice of “traditional” souvenirs, or shop in the department stores in the region. Pottery and ceramic stores are also available. The visitor will find an excellent range of gifts from which to make a selection.
Ardmore Pottery and Gallery was established in 1983 by Mary Lincoln at her home in Ardmore, Co. Waterford. The premises, having expanded over the years, has maintained its original location. Ardmore Pottery and Gallery is proud to have sustained its founding ethos: to house under one roof the best of Irish craftwork alongside a working pottery studio. The ceramics made at Ardmore Pottery and Gallery are designed by Mary Lincoln. These hand-thrown earthenware pots are predominantly functional tableware. The pots are thrown, fired and decorated on-site. The distinguishing features of her work are the extremely thin pottery wall and the simple and clear lines of her work. All are welcome to visit the studio and gallery.
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Carl Parker is a Kilkenny based jewellery designer/maker. His distinctive geometric/three dimensional range is crafted from precious metals and set with natural gemstones, especially Tahitian “black” pearl and diamond. Several of Carl’s designs have been recognised by Perles de Tahiti UK awards. Commissions are welcome at his workshop, located at the Castlecomer Estate Yard.
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The best in Irish craft, Criostal na Rinne creates hand-cut crystal to the highest quality and standard. Having started his career with Waterford Crystal, Master Craftsman and designer Eamonn Terry uses artisan methods and over 45 years experience from his studio workshop in Waterford, Ireland to produce bespoke full-lead crystal pieces made with deep prismatic cuts .
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Inspired by century’s old tradition, Heritage Irish Crystal is authentically mouth-blown and hand-cut in Waterford City Ireland, a city steeped in the history of this fine art dating back to 1783. Each piece will hold a special place in the hearts of discerning collectors of these beautiful products. Having spent 30 years working for Waterford Crystal, Joe Williams left in 1989 to pursue excellence in the traditional manufacturing methods of mouth blown and hand cut crystal. Pursuant to this objective he set up his own production unit in 1990 and quickly built up a solid reputation for excellent quality design. Truly, they are destined to become cherished heirlooms of tomorrow.
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Located on 74 Main Street, Cashel, Kilkenny is synonymous with the finest of Irish design in contemporary fashion, gifts, jewellery, crystal, pottery, ceramics, wood and metal. Gifts for all occasions are our speciality with dedicated wedding list and corporate gift services available. Kilkenny is Irelands Largest Emporium for Irish Designed Products.
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Kilkenny is a truly unique shopping experience offering an enchanting mix of designer boutiques and high street favourites in the heart of Ireland’s medieval city. Kilkenny has been a thriving cosmopolitan merchant centre since the 12th century. The city has a varied collection of boutiques, craft shops and gourmet food stores, as well as international high street brands. Kilkenny offers a truly original and eclectic shopping experience that retains its sophisticated edge.
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Meadows & Byrne has become a lifestyle shopping destination which offers beautiful pieces including a carefully selected range of furniture, home wares, glassware and hand picked decorative items. At Meadows & Byrne you can make the most of your home, with low maintenance fabrics, practical furniture, clever storage and a mix and match accessories all available. Most items are exclusive to Meadows & Byrne. An unrivalled selection of quality furniture and home wares makes Meadows & Byrne the perfect place to find those designer touches for your dream home….and at surprisingly competitive prices.
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Since 1999 Moth to a Flame have been making a range of distinctive hand-made candles beside the river in Bennettsbridge. Silkmoth scented, Glow-globe, Rock candles and more can be seen in production and in the studio shop. Moth to a Flame also specialise in wedding candles and offer a tailormade service to private clients and Irish wedding organisers. Visitors always welcome.
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Tipperary Crystal, over 20 years in business was launched by master craftsmen Joe Foley and John Meagher in 1988. They were the first Irish Crystal company to recognise the potential of applying contemporary design ideas to the craft of crystal making pioneering a tradition of successful collaboration with well known Irish designers such as Sybil Connolly and Louise Kennedy. Further collaborative partnership have been established with renowned chef Rachel Allen, Restaurateur Patrick Guilbaud and designer Helen Fitzpatrick. We now have an ongoing commitment to working with young talented young Irish designers to develop stunning new design concepts for the Tipperary Crystal Collection. The shop can be found at the Dove Hill Irish Design Centre is located between Carrick-on-Suir and Clonmel in the south east of Ireland known as the Golden Vale.
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